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Net Neutrality is Being Threatened Once Again

In a classic battle between the little guys and the big corporations, net neutrality has been a recurring point of conflict. Net neutrality is the principle that internet traffic should be treated uniformly by every service provider rather than certain types of data receiving special priority. In the past few years, the debate has been coming up more and more,... Read More
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Cold hard facts v Showmanship: Does the e-learning approach matter?

Khan Academy, Crash Course, TEDx Talks, Brave Wilderness – these are just some of the e-learning educational channels available on YouTube, discussing everything from high-school physics to brain-computer interfaces and outdoor education. But what exactly is attractive about these channels and what do they strive to achieve? Read More
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Lets take a moment to talk about depression (mental health disorder help)

Mental Depression. An affliction that affects several million people worldwide regardless of age, gender, social standing or location. Described as a chemical imbalance affecting people’s behaviours, feelings and emotions, its indiscriminate nature has become more and more prevalent in recent times, thanks in part to the prevalence of social media, the internet and other forms of communication. People who have... Read More
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Mars’ “ancient tree stump” an example in how fake news has gained a foothold in today’s media

The internet, as it so often does, has taken a non-story and run with it. After recent photos from Mars were released, several sensationalist news sites published stories revolving around an “ancient tree stump” that NASA had apparently discovered. This ancient tree stump, which scientists identified as an irregular rock pattern, has taken a life of its own through the... Read More
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Greenland’s Petermann Glacier could calve after rift appears

After a major calving event earlier this year, we could be due for another with the Petermann Glacier in Greenland showing signs of stress after a growing rift was observed by a remote sensing satellite operated by the Netherlands’ Delft University of Technology. The Petermann Glacier is located on Greenland’s north-west coast and covers almost 1,300 square kilometres. Its floating... Read More
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Livestreaming: The science behind the fad

Occasionally, the International Space Station livestreams the landscape it sees outside of its’ portholes. The US Park’s Department has several cameras set up in its’ parks showing live feeds of several interesting animals, from bald eagles to just serene country-sides. From time to time marine biologists livestream their deep-sea expeditions for thousands of intrigued people. Now, you can join several... Read More
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Uber Problems Surface as Sexual Harassment Allegations

The word today is full of leaders, political and professional, who have led many an individual down the path toward inappropriate behavior, simply by example. In the case of the newly elected American president Donald Trump, some might argue that he embodies both. Now, young men are looking up to leaders who have inadvertently taught them that sexual harassment is... Read More

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