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Swarming Locusts Plague Mecca

Swarms of black grasshoppers (locusts) – as many as 30,000 – have turned the Islamic world upside down. Five times a day, Muslims around the world turn to face the Arabic city of Mecca (Makkah in Arabic), located in the Hejazi region of the Arabian Peninsula. Followers of the prophet Muhammad turn in the direction […]

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Engineering The Opioid Epidemic In America

Without a doubt, the opioid epidemic is the worst drug crisis in American history. Today more Americans die from drug overdoses than they do from car accidents. Last year the number of drug overdose deaths rose to an astounding 72,000 – the vast majority of these were opiate or opioid-related. You Might Like How did […]

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Cannabis Impact Reports Are In

Time flies when you’re having fun. It has been five years already since Colorado legalized marijuana production and use across the board: medical, recreational, and hemp. On October 26, 2018, the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice issued a comprehensive baseline report on the impacts of marijuana legalization. The study, titled “Impacts on Marijuana Legalization in […]

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Training AI to Take Our Jobs

Back in the 1970s, the American people were told that fax machines would revolutionize the modern office and create oodles of leisure time. That never happened. You Might Like In the 1980s, we were told that personal computers would do so much repetitive and math work that we would have oodles of leisure time – […]

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NASA Scientist: We’re Not Alone

ET phone home! Those were the iconic words of the tiny space alien stranded on Earth in the 1982 blockbuster science-fiction classic E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. You Might Like However the 1982 film classic might not actually be science-fiction after all. In fact, a NASA scientist believes we may have already been visited by aliens. Silvano […]

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Global Warming is a Hoax

President Donald Trump and the State Department got a lot of flak after the Commander-in-Chief withdrew the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement in June of 2017. You Might Like At the time, the State Department outlined the national strategy regarding the weather in a press release: “The United States supports a balanced approach […]

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Jumping Jupiter! Puzzling Green Object in NASA Photo

Once in a while, NASA releases a “shock photo” taken in space that UFO researchers pick apart to prove the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial beings and the crafts they occupy. There are plenty of official shock videos, too. Live-streaming cameras outside the Earth’s atmosphere are taken offline whenever something that shouldn’t be there appears. You […]

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Are You Living in a Parallel Universe?

Scientists with the UK’s Royal Astronomical Society recently announced that they had found “credible evidence” of the existence of “parallel universes.” However, many believe the evidence of that has been around long before these researchers published their findings. You know those picture books where you had to find a certain red and white striped figure? […]

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The Unsinkable Elon Musk

All-around entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk made news headlines recently when he settled U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) fraud charges that originated from a tweet he sent on August 7, 2018, regarding his car-making company Tesla, which fueled false investor confidence. You Might Like Musk tweeted, “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420 [per […]

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