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Category Archives: News
“The first ever vaccine was created when Edward Jenner, an English physician and scientist, successfully injected small amounts of a cowpox virus into a young boy to protect him from the related (and deadly) smallpox virus. But how does this … Continue reading
I’m going to try something new each Thursday. Over the course of maintaining this blog, I have developed a huge backlog of articles and links I found interesting at the time, but never got round to actually writing about. To … Continue reading
24 Hours of Reality is live now. If you care about a better, cleaner future, tune in and check it out, and live to hope again. Onwards!
“Every movement has its moment. This is ours. On September 16-17, Al Gore, chairman and founder of The Climate Reality Project, will share 24 reasons why he’s hopeful that we CAN solve the climate crisis. Want to watch? RSVP now, … Continue reading
I think Apple released a new product or something recently? Pretty minor news, barely anyone heard about it. They did, however, release this great advertisement for their company, using some fantastic optical illusions. Onwards!
An informative video on Net Neutrality, by The New York Times. “This Op-Doc explains the basic idea: when you visit a website, the phone or cable company that provides Internet access shouldn’t get in the way. Information should be delivered to you … Continue reading