The Father of all Bombs

Komlan Attiogbe

May 8, 2017

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First, you must know about the MOAB. This stands for Massive Ordinance Air Blast but coincidentally the acronym also works for “mother of all bombs”. This is the bomb that the US has used to drop onto what they claimed to...

9,500 Year Old Man’s Face Reconstructed From A Skull

Michael Yang

May 8, 2017

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Researchers have reconstructed the Jericho Skull from the British Museum, a skull of a man around 9,500 years old, with the latest technology. The original skull is packed with soil and the eye sockets are covered with bivalve...

Molecular Gastronomy

Emily Gazda

May 3, 2017

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Molecular gastronomy is “the application of scientific understanding to the development of new cooking techniques and traditions.” It is where the combination of science and cooking is explored. Molecular gastronomy  is beginning...

Internet Sold for Profit and What it Means for the People

Kevin Tat

May 3, 2017

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Around March of this year Congress has voted to eliminate one of the FCC’s , the Federal Communications Commission, most landmark internet protection laws. The vote totaled fifty to forty-eight in favor of removal of the protection....

Where Have Our Girls Gone?

Jamie Pincus

April 25, 2017

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Many young girls have been taken from their homes in DC and no one knows where they are. This year, young girls, particularly of the race African American are nowhere to be found. It is more common than people think for teenagers...

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