• I Want to Be a (Bitcoin) Billionaire
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    You could be forgiven for thinking you’re the only person who’s not become a self-made “bitcoin billionaire” over the last few months. Everywhere you look, the profits and personal gains earned by those who invested early in this newest “cryptocurrency” have been splashed across newspapers, leading many to speculate on whether Bitcoin, and other online […]

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  • Cape Town’s Uncertain Future
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    It seems like a movie script. A city’s water supply has dried up, creating chaos and  anarchy. But this is no fiction. In Cape Town, citizens are preparing for the worst—the clean water supply running out. And soon. For three years, the Western Cape province has experienced a drought like no other. Meteorologists have called […]

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  • Who Can Be Sexist?
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    Can women be sexist? Throw this question out there whenever you crave an intense argument. The discussion always heats up as debaters try to prove their opponents wrong and themselves right. However, the debate is in fact one of definition, for categorizing is pointless until the categories are defined. And because definitions are made up […]

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  • The Disappearing Middle
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    The 2016 election found many Americans confused as to which party they aligned themselves with. Over the past few years, we have witnessed both parties move farther away from the center. Fringe movements, particularly those on the right, have seen their political influence surge as of late. Many voters found themselves trapped, not inclined to […]

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  • The Shortcomings of Antibiotics
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    The rise of antibiotic resistance has made bacterial treatment more difficult. Patients are now dying from diseases that were once treatable 5 years ago. Antibiotics used to cure patients of diseases, but at a cost: their rampant usage caused bacterial populations to evolve drug resistance. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as “staph” or MRSA, has […]

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  • Injuries in Sports: Why Players Suffer
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    Almost everyone in America loves sports. Whether it is football, basketball, baseball or hockey, Americans enjoy the glorious moments that players give to the fans. However, behind the scenes, players are getting banged up and injured every moment they play. About two years ago, the movie “Concussion” was released in United States and instantly drew […]

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  • Cathy Newman and Jordan Peterson: What Can That Video Show Us?
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    Recently, I watched an interview featuring Jordan Peterson, a Canadian psychologist and professor, and an unapologetic anti-SJW speaker. In this interview, he laid out what he sees as problem in today’s society: the current generation of young men is not mature enough, and therefore men have trouble working in the real world. Caused by a […]

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  • The Connection of China and china
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    Chinese pottery is one of the most world-renowned types of pottery there is. Most people in the world know the word china as the form of ceramics, and China as the country that shares the same name. However, not many people know the connections between the two, which can be traced all the way back […]

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