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Why Haven’t We Traveled To Mars yet?

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
For years, the idea of humans traveling to Mars has been a hot topic in the scientific and space communities. However, despite numerous missions to the red planet by NASA and other space organizations, humans have yet to set foot on its surface. So, what are the reasons for this delay, and why haven't we made it to Mars yet?

How Virtual Reality Works

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Virtual reality (VR) is a technology that allows you to enter a computer-generated world and interact with it as if it were real. VR headsets, which are worn over the eyes like goggles, are the primary way to experience virtual reality.

What Is A Solar Eclipse?

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
A solar eclipse is one of the most fascinating astronomical events that occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, blocking some or all of the Sun's light from reaching the Earth's surface.

What If The Earth Stopped Rotating?

By: Rawson Barr, journalist
Imagine a world where the Earth stopped rotating. In this scenario, the Earth would stop turning on its axis, meaning that the day and night cycle would come to a halt. This would have a profound impact on the planet and all of its inhabitants.

What would happen if our moon disappeared

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Have you ever wondered what would happen if the moon suddenly disappeared? While it may seem like a far-fetched idea, it's worth exploring the potential consequences of such an event.

AI Will Take Over The World

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
It is important to note that the idea of AI taking over the world is still speculative and highly debated. Many experts argue that the concerns are exaggerated and that AI will serve as a valuable tool rather than a dominating force.

Why Does Fortnite Have So Many Crossovers?

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Fortnite, the famous game made by Epic Games, is known for having many crossovers with other franchises. These collaborations bring characters, items, and even whole game modes from different universes into Fortnite. But why does Fortnite have so many crossovers?

The History of Fortnite

By: Rawson Barr, journalist
Fortnite is a popular online video game that was first released in 2017. It quickly gained a massive following and became a cultural phenomenon. But do you know the history behind this game?

History of Video Games

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
The 1980s saw the rise of home video game consoles, such as the Atari 2600 and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). These consoles brought the excitement of arcade games into people's living rooms and introduced iconic characters like Super Mario and Donkey Kong.

History Of Phones

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist

Phones have come a long way since their invention. From simple devices used for making calls to the revolutionizingĀ  smartphones we have today, the evolution of phones has transformed the way we communicate...

Nuclear Bombs

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Nuclear bombs are one of the most destructive weapons ever created. These bombs use nuclear reactions to release an enormous amount of energy in the form of an explosion. Nuclear bombs can cause widespread destruction and can even lead to long-term health problems for people who are exposed to them.

How YouTube Came To Be

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Youtube is a Video-sharing platform where you and other people around the world can share their creations. You can watch memes, support your friends, and even learn things.

How We Can Help Refugees

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
You shouldn't need to sail 92 miles on a rickety boat you built in your backyard or go 2000 miles just to find a place that will accept you. This is why I'm writing this article, to inform you on the troubles of refugees and how you can help them.
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Magnetic Levitation

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Magnetic levitation also known as maglev, is technology that uses magnetic fields to propel and levitate objects. On trains when the object is floating all it has to do is be propelled causing it to move at maximum speed with 0 friction

Dark Matter

By: Rawson Barr, Journalist
Dark matter is a mysterious substance that scientists believe make up a large portion of the universe. Unlike normal matter, witch is made up of particles such as protons and electrons, dark matter does not interact with light or other forms of matter, making it invisible to telescopes.
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