• Can You Trust Your Life to a Computer?
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    The first batches of Tesla’s first “car that everyone can buy”, the model 3, was recently released. With over 450,000 preorders, Tesla’s claim seems to be holding up. This many new Teslas on the road comes with more than just the environmental benefits that electric cars bring, there will now be over 450,000 cars on […]

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  • Pyeongchang Olympic Games: Peace?
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    For the next few weeks, South Korea will be holding the official 2018 Winter Olympics. A total of 2,952 athletes from over 90 different countries will compete in 102 events including cross-country skiing, speed skating, and snowboarding. Previously, the 2014 Winter Olympics was held in Sochi, Russia, while the 2022 Winter Olympics will be held […]

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  • Why Nintendo Knows How to Stay Relevant
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    Nintendo recently made sure everyone knew that they are nowhere near out of the game yet. With their fairly new release of the Nintendo Switch, they have remained in the limelight. The Switch allows you to “play the games you want, wherever you are, however you like”. The design of it lets the user play […]

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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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  • Chung Hyeon: Who is This Guy?
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    In the first tennis grand slam of 2018, the Australian Open, we welcomed back many players, such as Novak Djokovic, back into the battle for the title. But what none of us expected was a young man by the name of Hyeon Chung, would come out of almost nowhere and take the grand slam by […]

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