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Solar Sandwich
By: Nathan Brown, Journalist
Solar Sandwich is a combination of a durable seam metal roof system and the latest technology of solar panels. It can reduce 20 to 80 percent of the energy bill.
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Vermicomposting is the process of using earthworms to decompose organic materials resulting in rich, organic compost. Most bins are started with a pound (approximately 1,000) ren worms similar to these that will eat about a half pound of vegetable food scraps daily. Red worms or red tigers are recommended and are sold by weight or by count.
Composting Worms, A Healthy Solution To Food Waste
By: Emma Huang, Journalist
Did you know that a staggering 30-40% of all the food produced in the U.S. ends up in landfills? This is a significant amount, especially since they can be repurposed through vermicomposting, the process of using worms to create nutritious soil...
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Stratospheric Aerosol Injection May Curb Greenlands Ice Loss
Stratospheric Aerosol Injection May Curb Greenland's Ice Loss
By: Anna Statz, Journalist
As a result of global warming, the ice sheets and glaciers in Greenland are melting and receding. In an attempt to address the ice loss in Greenland, a new strategy was developed. An international group of scientists assessed the success that of a new technique, stratospheric aerosol injection.
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Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
By: Benjamin Plowgian, Journalist
Ocean Thermal Conversion Technology (OTEC), is a renewable power source as old as electricity. It is a baseload source, meaning that there are no fluctuations, so it is a reliable source of energy unlike other renewable sources.
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Aquaponics: Pros and Cons
By: Kate Li, Journalist
Aquaponics is a water-efficient way to grow crops and raise fish. The fish and plants depend on each other for survival.
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Carbon Conversion Technology
Carbon Conversion Technology
By: Benjamin Plowgian, Journalist
Carbon Conversion removes carbon dioxide from the air and creates helpful byproducts. It could be the solution to climate change.
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The Inflation Reduction Act - Explained
The Inflation Reduction Act - Explained
By: Ben Thai-Binh Nguyen, Journalist
The Inflation Reduction Act, one of the most significant pieces of legislation in modern history, hasn't garnered public attention. But why?
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Starlink, what it is and how it works.
By: Salar Nasimov, Journalist
The primary goal of Starlink is to provide satellite internet connectivity to underserved areas of the planet, as well as provide competitively priced service to urban areas. The project aims to improve upon the delay traditionally associated with satellite internet, making it a viable alternative to cable or fiber connections.
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Japan's New Wooden Satellite
By: Salar Nasimov, Journalist
The idea behind the wooden satellite is simple yet genius. Wood doesn't block electromagnetic waves or the Earth's magnetic field. Therefore, devices within the satellite could work without the need for additional sensors or antennas, potentially reducing the amount of metal needed.
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Cionic Neural Sleeve
By: Jimy Ordonez, Journalist
Since his daughter had cerebral parsley, Jeremiah Robison was frustrated that there was no accessibility for his daughter. Jeremiah Robison wanted to make “a more normative gait,” a  Conic's Neural Sleeve.
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Is it true that gum takes 7 years to digest?
Does it Really Take 7 Years to Digest Gum?
By: Cooper Shealy, Journalist
Have you ever heard the old saying that if you swallow gum, it'll stick around in your stomach for seven years? It's a tale as old as time, passed down from one generation to the next. But let's dive into the truth behind this age-old myth and see what science has to say about it.
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Fear Of Missing Out - Psychological Bind
By: Eric Ji, Journalist
Fear of missing out (FOMO) is a psychological term used by psychologists to describe a specific marketing system and phenomenon commonly used in video games. In medical practices, FOMO is described as a situation when someone wants to continuously follow what others are doing.
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Somniloquy - Sleep Talking
By: Eric Ji, Journalist
Sleep talking is a sleeping disorder when one speaks when they are sleeping. This occurrence most commonly happens in adolescent years.
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Apple VS Android; Its Time To Rethink
Apple VS Android; It's Time To Rethink
By: Jiaxiang Xie, Journalist
There's a common perception that Apple overprices their products, but if you really look and think about the competition and their own values, you'll realize that it's time to rethink what you think, about Apple. Now this article is not saying that you should go with either an Apple device or any other brand, but to just clear up some things about Apple and Android that needs clearing up.
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The Beslan School Siege 2004
The Beslan School Siege 2004
By: Jorge Martinez, Journalist
Over 300 people including many children losing their lives. The aftermath of the Beslan siege left a profound impact on Russia and the world, sparking debates about counterterrorism strategies, school security measures, and the ongoing conflict in the North Caucasus region.
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Intel i9 13900K vs AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
Intel i9 13900K vs AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
By: Joseph Park, Journalist
Intel and AMD have been rivals since the beginning of time, but Intel is known more to the public, because of the popularity of their chips in laptops. So, which is better?
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The Power and Performance of the GeForce 1080Ti
The Power and Performance of the GeForce 1080Ti
By: Tristan Pham, Journalist
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, a high-performing graphics card released by NVIDIA, has made a significant impact on the gaming and graphics design industry.
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Evolution and History of LG Electronics
Evolution and History of LG Electronics
By: Cristian Reinaga Claros, Journalist
In 1958, LG Electronics was founded as GoldStar (Korean: 금성). It emerged in the aftermath of the Korean War.
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Design For Trucks To Protect From Crashes
By: Walker McCann, Journalist
Chalmers University’s team focused on protecting the cabin of the passenger car in the event of a head on collision. This is not possible with traditional truck designs, so the aim of the research was to change the way trucks and cars interacted during a crash.
2024 Porsche Taycan 4S
2024 Porsche Taycan 4S
By: Christopher Carballo, Journalist
The Porsche Taycan 4S is a full electric car. The inside of the car might be even better than the looks, being one of the most comfortable cars.
Explanation of the Doroni H1-X
Explanation of the Doroni H1-X
By: Basheir Khalid, Journalist
The manufacturing company "Doroni Aerospace" based in Miami Florida has started manufacturing the future, a flying electrical car. Doroni Aerospace was founded in the year 2016 by Doron Merdinger, an entrepreneur with 25 years of design, manufacturing, and firm management experience.
Top Ten Fastest Legal Street Cars
Top Ten Fastest Legal Street Cars
By: Declan Edwards, Journalist
Now while all the cars on this list are going to be fast some are going to be faster than the other ones and maybe even for a better price.
Road To Nowhere — How Highways Gutted Our Cities.
Road To Nowhere — How Highways Gutted Our Cities.
By: Ben Nguyen, Journalist
American urban planning has long been defined by its car-centricity, its prioritization of the automobile over the pedestrian, and its sprawl. But this always wasn't the case.
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Toyota RAV4
By: Christopher Carballo, Journalist
The Toyota RAV4 is a very efficient car with many different attributes. It's built to endure tough terrains that most cars would not normally endure.
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How We Will Survive on Mars
By: Tristan Pham, Journalist
As we set our sights towards the red planet, the question of how humans will survive on Mars has never been more pertinent.
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Historic New Moon Landing
By: Rory Peterson, Journalist
Last month, on February 22, 2024, NASA and Intuitive Machines landed the first American-made lander on the Moon in over 50 years. that lander, named Odysseus, touched down on the lunar south pole after problems with it's navigation systems.
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NASA's Nuclear Moon: The First Step in Colonizing the Moon
By: DoWon Lee, Journalist
The outlined model specification for the reactor required a weight of under six metric tons and the capability to generate 40 kilowatts (kW) of electrical power. In the United States, 40 kW can power an average of 33 houses, so having the capabilities to power this much electricity can help these reactors that operate autonomously.
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The Story of Josh Dobbs: The Passtronaut
The Story of Josh Dobbs: The Passtronaut
By: Marek Solow, Journalist
Josh Dobbs is both a professional NFL football player and a NASA employee. He has recently made a name for himself in the football world, having big games and informing the world about his career.
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NASAs Ingenuity Mars Helicopter
NASA's Ingenuity Finally Retires After 72 Flights
By: Andrei Daquioag, Journalist
On January 18th, 2024, NASA's infamous Ingenuity mars helicopter was discovered to have a broken rotor blade, making Ingenuity unusable. Bill Nelson, NASA administrator, states: "Ingenuity, the 'little helicopter that could'—and it kept saying, 'I think I can, I think I can'—well, it has now taken its last flight on Mars".
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If The Earth Had Rings
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist
Earth is very well known for not having rings, but what if it did? What if during the 4.8-billion-year long history, from the Theia collision to today, the sky was adorned with beautiful crescent rings & a glaring moon? Spoiler Alert: Not good!
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Supernovas
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist
Supernovae, or Supernovas are amongst the most powerful explosions in the entire universe, able to outshine entire galaxies & burn areas of galaxies, sterile. No real metaphor can describe the power these explosions have. If a supernovae occurred even just a hundred light-years away from Earth, us humans would most likely be dead.
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How Do Black Holes Work?
By: Jose Maldonado Reyes, no one

Black holes are fascinating astronomical objects with a powerful gravitational pull that can even trap light. According to the current understanding of physics black holes form when massive stars collapse...

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Nuclear Pasta Found To Be In Neutron stars
By: Mason Beasley, Journalist
When you looked at the head line did you think that "No way pasta in stars? Crazy!" Well no there's no real pasta in stars but instead we have atomic goop that takes the shape of several different pasta shapes.
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Ancient Maya power brokers lived in neighborhoods not just palaces.
Ancient Maya power brokers lived in neighborhoods not just palaces.
By: William Bohoney, Journalist
Pots with fancifully molded eyes, noses and mouths were one of the tip-offs.
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Planet X
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist

Planet X, or Planet 9 as we're gonna refer to, is a possible Neptune-sized object in a elliptical orbit around the sun so far away its orbit could take 10,000 to 20,000 Earth years to complete, recent...

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NASA's Juno probe has found salt and organics on Jupiter's largest moon
By: Alexander Tang, Journalist
"We found the greatest abundance of salts and organics in the dark and bright terrains at latitudes protected by the magnetic field," said Scott Bolton, Juno's principal investigator.
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Chinas New Stealth Drone
China's New Stealth Drone
By: DoWon Lee, Journalist
China's CH-7 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) redefines modern warfare. With its structural capability along with a 15 kilometer air ceiling, the drone is scheduled to finish this year.
The AI Death Calculator
The AI Death Calculator
By: DoWon Lee, Journalist
Using sequences of life-events to predict human lives, this calculator can also predict job, income, and other information about people. This calculator may seem fake, but with recent studies and tests, this AI calculator can really be a predictor of the future.
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Optimus Gen 2
By: Vaibhav Saravanan, Journalist
Optimus Gen 2 is latest and improved robot in the Tesla's Optimus project. This robot is one of the many examples of how technology is improving rapidly and how its being used in many different ways.
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Drones In Combat
By: Ben Wandow, Journalist
Drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAVs) when armed, have become a major force in modern warfare. They offer a range of advantages over traditional manned aircraft including, lower cost, reduced risk, increase flexibility, and persistent surveillance.
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What is Neuralink?
By: Avi Dhanjal, Journalist
To truly understand what this is we need to ask the question, what is Neuralink and how does it work? Simply put, Neuralink is a brain chip designed by Elon Musk.
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Robotic Dog Explores Cold War Testing Sites
By: Ryan Lien, Journalist
On September 8th, 2023, BBC News published an article on how Spot the Dog, is now investigating Cold War testing sites for the National Trust organization. Before I can tell you about the testing sites, you are probably wondering. Who is Spot?
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How to Tell if a Website is Safe
By: Juan Carlos, Journalist
In order to trust a website, it is important to follow certain steps. First, you should check the domain name of the website.
The New NYPD Police Robots
The New NYPD Police Robots
By: Will Cicale, Journalist

On Friday, September 22nd, the New York Police Department had a press conference in a subway station in Manhattan.  There, they revealed that...

How AI will change our world forever
How AI will change our world forever
By: Joseph Park, Journalist
AI might be scary but many people don't know it's wonders.
All About The Raspberry Pi
All About The Raspberry Pi
By: Jiaxiang Xie
Raspberry Pi devices are versatile, affordable, and backed by a great community. They allow you to make a wide range of projects, from retro gaming to home automation, making them a popular choice for tech enthusiasts and hobbyists(Like me).
Drone Soccer
Drone Soccer
By: Owen Klaus, Journalist
What is drone soccer? Drone soccer is a sport where you have drones protected with a round plastic cage.
Robots Might Be Dangerous
Robots Might Be Dangerous
By: Juan Carlos Ramirez, Journalist

Robots Are getting so advancing so fast they mite lead to lethal consciences.  Scientist are working hard to make sure that the ai is safe and...

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Top 10 most useful Linux commands
By: Jiaxiang Xie, Journalist
Commands are really useful when using any Linux based Operating System like Raspberry Pi OS, especially as a maker. Of course, there are hundreds of other individual commands that can be altered, changed, and added onto. This guide will introduce you to the wonderful world of Linux commands.
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Automation
The History Behind The Unbreakable Machine: Enigma
By: Rachel Cao, Journalist
They discovered that at this pace it would take them 20 million years to decode Enigma. Cracking this code was a silent victory for the Allies, saving 14 million lives and two years of war.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Sora AI
By: Joseph Park, Journalist
Sora AI is an AI developed by Open AI, and was created in February of 2024. It is a text to video AI that can generate videos that are up to one minute long.  Sora is one of the most advanced AI for our time.
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Automation
The reality of AI gaining consciousness risks and benefits
By: Rachel Cao, Journalist
In the largest survey of researchers recorded 70% of researchers believed in taking immediate action. So the real question is: is putting the entire human race at jeopardy a risk your willing to take?
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Automation
Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity
By: Christian Jeon, Journalist
In the rapidly evolving world of technology, artificial intelligence has emerged as a game-changing force, and no area is this more evident than in the realm of cybersecurity.
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Automation
Ai Generated Art
By: Liam Eckerman, Journalist
AI art, which stands for Artificial Intelligence art, is a type of art made with the help of computers and smart algorithms.
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Coding
History of The Dark Web
By: Basheir Khalid, Journalist
As stated many times before, the dark web is very dangerous as it brings many illegal activities while being anonymous. There are many hackers are on the dark web and when you try and open some links or just do the dark web you may get a virus or get hacked by a hacker.
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Automation
Hacking: What It Really Is
By: Christian Jeon, Journalist
Hacking, in the simplest terms, is the process of finding vulnerabilities in a system and exploiting them. Let's break down this process to understand how hacking works.
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Automation
A Guide To Antiviruses
By: Sir Pharaoh Carter, Journalist
Computer viruses are said to be everywhere but we almost never get them nowadays. Antiviruses are responsible for protecting us from those dangerous viruses that can steal and delete our information and without them the internet would be much more dangerous.
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Automation
The Neuralink Brain Chip Makes Another Breakthrough
By: Christine Nguyen, Journalist
On January 21, 2024, Elon Musk announced on the social media platform, X, that the first human trial for the Neuralink brain chip was completed, with the first brain chip being implanted into a human.
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Drones
By: Tiger Deng, Journalist
Drones have applications in many sectors, from hurricane tracking to the military.
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Gaming
Microsoft Planning On creating a new Xbox Series X
By: Mohamed Abdelmajid, Journalist
Microsoft Planning on creating a digital Xbox Series X?. Here's what we know!
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