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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and stands as a power system
By: Audie Paruchabutr

To all of my fellow anime watchers/manga readers, whether or not you watch it, I'm pretty sure you've heard of JoJo's bizarre adventure. Naturally,...

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How Keyboards Work (and mechanical ones too)
By: Audie Paruchabutr

Keyboards are an essential part of the modern world's daily lives, especially in the midst of a pandemic, where almost everything has been done...

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Expectations for the Hytale Beta
By: Ryan Wells
Hyped for Hytale? You aren't alone. Here is some more info.
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Which is the Better GPU? - Nvidia GeForce vs. AMD Radeon
By: Nate D'mello, Journalist

It has never been this close before. Nvidia and AMDs latest GPUs are very close in terms of performance. So which should you choose? There...

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Best Night Vision Camera On A Budget
By: Kai Truax
Ever want to take a video at night?
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FitXR -- Future Home Fitness
FitXR -- Future Home Fitness
By: Dmitri Golden

It's been a year since the pandemic came to be. However, fitness classes remain risky due to the injuries that may occur. Even as at-home workout...

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Android Vs Apple
By: Zachary Schnur, Journalist
Time to settle this phone-old debate once and forever. Which is better, Apple or Android?
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The End of Internet Explorer
By: Luv Udeshi
Microsoft is finally getting rid of one of its most criticized products: Internet Explorer. They announced that they will end their support for IE 11 on June 15, 2022. Microsoft will now be working solely on Microsoft Edge.
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The Stunning Animation of Spider-Man into the Spider-Verse
By: Caitlin Arnold
Sony's Spider-Verse is a groundbreaking film best known for its clashing and comic-like art and animation. This is a beloved story and was a new and challenging project for animators.
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Noise Pollution
By: Evan Nanthavong

As humans are going throughout their day they probably hear hundreds of different noises. Nowadays, we have machinery and devices that produce a large amount of sound. Have you ever wondered what harmful...

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Are Vertical Turbines The Future of Wind Farming?
By: Colin Park

Research from Oxford Brookes University has found that using vertical turbines is more efficient than regular turbines. When the vertical turbines are set in pairs, they increase each other's performance...

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Apple Starts Reforestation Fund to Eliminate CO2
By: Luv Udeshi
Apple's new initiative to go carbon neutral by 2030.
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Why Is The Earth Heating Up?
By: Elvis Pham

The Earth is heating up because of something called "Global Warming." Global Warming is the increase of the average temperatures in the Earth's atmosphere. Global Warming is caused when carbon dioxide,...

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Is Climate Change Real?
By: Pedro Lopez
How do we know if climate change is real? Well in this article You will find out.
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Conservation Drones
By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
To track poachers and animals, they use a special camera that senses heat.
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The War on Goats
By: Allen Chhu
Many species can only be found there, like the Galapagos Tortoise. In 1959 three goats got on to the main island, and then around 14 years later, those three goats multiplied to an estimated 30,000.
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Bees - Why Are They Important?
Bees - Why Are They Important?
By: Umar Tyler
Learn about bees, and why they occupy an important role on the earth!
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MyQ Pet Portal
By: Connor Mulherin, Reporter

The MyQ Pet Portal is the best dog door you will ever see. Everybody knows that constantly opening and closing the door for your dog can be quite annoying. Well, if you buy...

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Bats
By: Pedro Lopez
You will learn a few things about bats about what they eat, do, and facts about these mammals.
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Cicadas, What's The Point?
By: Siamba Oguah
You can hear the chorus of the cicadas every afternoon, but what's the point in them? Periodical cicadas, the ones out now, come out every 13-17.
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Starships Orbital Flight
By: Sebastian Rodman
Starship is the rocket that is bound to take us the moon, mars, and the stars beyond. 
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Nasa's Plan To Go Back To The Moon
By: Kevin Geng

The last time any person has walked on the moon was back in December 1975, which was about 45 years ago. Nasa is trying to change that by sending a person back to the moon as soon as 2024. The new mission...

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Venus Returns As NASA's Hot Spot For Robotic Missions
By: Siamba Oguah
NASA's new administrator, Bill Nelson, announced two new robotic missions to the Solar System's hottest planet, Venus. Perhaps our most overlooked neighbor, Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the hottest of them all; it is named after the Roman goddess, Venus, goddess of love
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The James Webb Space Telescope is the Future of Astronomy
By: Aurora Ayala
The James Webb space telescope uses unseen infrared sensitivity, and is able to look back in time 13.5 billion years to see the earliest galaxies born after the big bang!
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Hyundai Developing a Vehicle That Can Walk and Drive
By: Oliver Singhvi
The Transforming Intelligent Ground Excursion Robot Experiment, or Tiger X-1, is a concept vehicle that will be able to climb on harsh terrain and drive on flatter roads.
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Solar Eclipse: What Is It?
By: Markus Merrill
A solar eclipse is when the Moon is blocking the Sun, causing some parts of Earth to go dark.
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Lunar Eclipse: What Is It?
By: Markus Merrill
Wonder what is a lunar eclipse, how it works, and what makes it red?
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Scientist Find a Super Planet with Oceans of Molten Lava
By: Conner Elling
K2-141b, this is the name of the planet where it rains rocks, the oceans are made of lava, and there are supersonic winds.
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Which Planet Is The Closest To Earth?
By: Siamba Oguah
The question of 'Which planet is the closest' is one most everyone can answer. It is obviously Venus, isn't it?
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Space Force Uses Virtual Reality to Train Workers
By: Conner Elling
The recently introduced Space Force is using virtual reality headsets to train its guardians on how to fix satellites.
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Carbon Mapper
By: Caden Mitchell
Carbon Mapper is important because global warming is becoming a huge issue and could wipe out all life on Earth. Carbon Mapper will help us know how bad global warming is and what we need to do about it.
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Wasserman, Todd. “Chinese Rocket Falls to Earth; Space Debris Problem Worsens.” CNBC, CNBC, 16 May 2020, https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/16/chinese-rocket-falls-to-earth-space-debris-problem-worsens.html.
Rocket or Missile?
By: Ryan Wells
A Chinese rocket could have become a missile.
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