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So I have numerous strange people contacting me via facebook for a couple of years. These people send me friend request, I accept and right away they go offline.
Hello everyone "Hacking Facebook Account" is most popular term in the Web,I had found a new security hole(trick) in the FB,which is hacking facebook using three trusted friends technique. So now we can Hack Facebook easily using its official feature.This hack is done with the help of new password recovery feature of Facebook.Facebook recently released new way to Recover Account Password using"Three Trusted Friends".If we forgot the Facebook account password then FB will send unique security code to three friends. Then we have to ask that security code to each three friend. And after giving that codes to FB we can recover the Facebook password.
link isn't working :/ that's intriguing though. Is there another source?
originally posted by: Layaly
a reply to: PlatypusHerd
Hubble telescope captures image of mysterious x-shaped object in space
so if they discovered this in January and you saw it in May maybe you saw the shadow of the object ?
Is that a smashed comet or an X-Wing fighter? Scientists are offering up their own theories as to what created the striking star-inspired image, which was captured by NASA's Hubble telescope in January. "Two small and previously unknown asteroids recently collided, creating a shower of debris that is being swept back into a tail from the collision site by the pressure of sunlight," said principal investigator David Jewitt of the University of California at Los Angeles. The object - dubbed “P/2010 A2” after it was discovered in early January by the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research program sky survey - has traits similar to a comet, but the x-shape appears disconnected from the tail. "The filamentary appearance of P/2010 A2 is different from anything seen in Hubble images of normal comets," Jewitt said. Sci-fi lovers may instead go for a more fantastical theory, believing it to be the "Last Starfighter" or, perhaps, a Kilrathi dreadnought from the Wing Commander video game.