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  • Felix Langstaff
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Specialist And Generalist Knowledge: Get The Best of Both Worlds

    Specialist And Generalist Knowledge: Get The Best of Both Worlds

    “The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice,” Brian Herbert.
  • Jim Andre
    Published about 6 hours ago
    From Out of The Darkness

    From Out of The Darkness

    It all began on a chilly Fall evening in 2013. While sitting at my computer, the last thing I recall that night was noticing that the clock at the lower right hand corner of the computer monitor read 9:15 p.m. Being a bus driver, I was making note of the time due to my schedule of having to awaken @ 3:00 a.m. to get ready for work.
  • Culture Slate
    Published about 7 hours ago
    20 'Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge' Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

    20 'Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge' Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

    The game show Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge has given kids a chance to experience what it is like to train as Jedi Padawans. While it is primarily a program for kids, there are Easter eggs that may appeal to fans of all ages.
  • Angel Pagan
    Published about 7 hours ago
    August Horoscope Predictions

    August Horoscope Predictions

    Hello Everyone and How are you?
  • Horoscope Specialist
    Published about 22 hours ago
    Exact Future Predictions: A Free Life Prediction by date of birth and time

    Exact Future Predictions: A Free Life Prediction by date of birth and time

    Want to know how Your Future Will be? Free accurate future prediction by date of birth can give you the exact prediction in detail about your whole life. Also, know what to do when a career Problem arises with Free Tamil astrology full life prediction.
  • kundalimatching expert
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Free Kundli Reading: Key aspects of online kundali by date of birth

    Free Kundli Reading: Key aspects of online kundali by date of birth

    An online Kundli is a chart which is prepared based on the name and date of birth of an individual. In case of Kundali by date of birth and time, the location of the stars, planets and other celestial bodies is calculated during the accurate time of individual’s birth based on which a birth kundali is prepared. The location of the Sun, the Moon and other planets is distinctly represented and their effect on an individual’s life is also explained in detail in one’s horoscope chart.
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  • What If
    Published 22 days ago
    Top 5 Crazy Ideas to Solve Our Trash Problem

    Top 5 Crazy Ideas to Solve Our Trash Problem

    We love our convenience -- single-use plastic utensils, paper plates, disposable cups, plastic wrap, wrapping paper for presents, myriad types of plastic bags, etc. If there’s a way to create something to throw out after use, we’ll find it and run with it.
  • John Anderson
    Published 23 days ago
    Everyone criticizes plastic, but nobody remembers toilet paper: for it, we are destroying forests around the world

    Everyone criticizes plastic, but nobody remembers toilet paper: for it, we are destroying forests around the world

    Plastic is a huge problem: By 2050, there is expected to be more plastic than fish in the ocean. This shows the scale of the problem at hand. But it is not, by far, the only one and it seems that nobody talks about toilet paper anymore.
  • Jonathan Sim
    Published 2 months ago
    The Perfect Order to Watch the Star Wars Movies

    The Perfect Order to Watch the Star Wars Movies

    I have had Star Wars on the brain recently with Star Wars Day happening just a few weeks ago, and recently, it was the 40th anniversary of the release of The Empire Strikes Back, my all-time favorite Star Wars movie and one of my favorite films of all time.
  • Kathryn Milewski
    Published 3 months ago
    Get In Loser, We're Going to Outer Space
  • Emily Jacoby
    Published 3 months ago
    The Spiders from Mars or How I'm Spending Time After Quarantine

    The Spiders from Mars or How I'm Spending Time After Quarantine

    When Governor Murphy gives the okay, I’m out of here. Straight down the turnpike and  straight towards the sky to fly off in a thirty foot rocket full of cheese wiz and French Champlain. Ritz crackers lull me to sleep as I ascend & drift off through our compromised atmosphere. I float weightless around my new home as I journey on past the Moon past Venus to our first destination Mercury. 
  • Arvind Pennathur
    Published 3 months ago
    Top 5 Moments from Star Wars

    Top 5 Moments from Star Wars

    When we think of movie franchises, it is hard to ignore Star Wars. From the time the first film graced our screens in 1977, the space opera saga has grown into the second highest grossing franchise of all time, beating out the likes of Harry Potter and James Bond, which house some of the most iconic films the world of cinema has seen in recent years. This alone should speak volumes of how successful this franchise has grown - and now, even after 9 full feature films, 2 anthology films, eight animated TV series', and a brand new live action series, it doesn't show any signs of slowing down. Admittedly, Star Wars has had its fair share of problems in the recent past and while the future looks rather uncertain for how it will be proceeding, nobody can deny its rightful place as one of the most influential film franchises to ever exist.
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Art
  • allie
    Published 3 months ago
    IN THE NAME OF ART

    IN THE NAME OF ART

    Muse stood outside Hell. Clouded eyes stared up at the rotten bricks, barely held together by eroded cement, infested by ugly black insects that ate away at expanding mould. It had changed over the years, for the worse; it now loomed over the street, casting a heinous shadow over the innocent buildings that surrounded it.
  • Terri-lyne Gedanitz
    Published 12 months ago
    My Eyes

    My Eyes

    BANG!
  • Franc Kaiser
    Published 12 months ago
    The Bizarre Paintings of Franc Kaiser
Artificial Intelligence
  • YASH GOYAL
    Published 5 days ago
    The Dvelopment Of Artificial Intelligence

    The Dvelopment Of Artificial Intelligence

    The invention of computing machines and the subsequent capability improvement to perform various tasks have grown exponentially. Humans have developed the power of computers systems in terms of their diverse working domains, their increasing speed , reducing size with respect to time.A branch of computer science named artificial intelligence pursues creating the computers or machines as intelligent as human beings.
  • Peter Mason
    Published 8 days ago
    Our favourite virtual friends.

    Our favourite virtual friends.

    I think sometimes that they’re a really dysfunctional family or group of friends that used to get along and no longer do. They’re nice everytime and they usually say hi back. Yet, you’ll never meet them face to face. Not because they are too busy, they always make time for you. And they aren’t shy, they talk a lot. They can be stupid but seem to know a lot and they never stop using the internet.
  • Ethan Millar
    Published 14 days ago
    How Machine Learning Can be the Marketer’s Goldmine to Personalization in 2020?

    How Machine Learning Can be the Marketer’s Goldmine to Personalization in 2020?

    We’ve come a long way since the time that physics was used to solve every little detail of the world. Solving complex problems meant getting down to its physics of the problem, using the existing bases to make projections in a higher-dimensional space, then finding new bases in this space and basically getting back to the original space with a new set of bases. This process took the entire lives and careers of researchers and transformed several aspects of life. Be it recognizing speech or other parts of the patterns, it was an intensive research and development process to find answers to questions that seem trivial now.
Extraterrestrial
  • Jim Andre
    Published about 6 hours ago
    From Out of The Darkness

    From Out of The Darkness

    It all began on a chilly Fall evening in 2013. While sitting at my computer, the last thing I recall that night was noticing that the clock at the lower right hand corner of the computer monitor read 9:15 p.m. Being a bus driver, I was making note of the time due to my schedule of having to awaken @ 3:00 a.m. to get ready for work.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 7 days ago
    The Aurora Crash of 1897

    The Aurora Crash of 1897

    On April 17th, 1897, 84 years before I was born on April 16th, 1981, a large, silver and cigar-shaped object dropped low in altitude reaching the small town of Aurora, Texas, which was situated twenty miles northwest of Fort Worth. The UFO had its equipment falling apart, which is probably what accounted for the low altitude, given the way UFOs crash land on Earth all the time, and this was at least 50 years before Roswell. The UFO crashed into a windmill, with debris being scattered over multiple acres. Years later, when journalist Jim Maars went to investigate this crash, he was shown the airship pilot's grave, which was not full size, but rather child-size, as this grave had a rock headstone, with a design like a large V on one side, and inside the V shape were three small circles, resembling portholes.
  • Paul Guadagno
    Published 7 days ago
    Face The Martian Artifacts
Fantasy
Future
Humanity
  • Tim Becker
    Published 11 days ago
    What Makes Us Special?

    What Makes Us Special?

    There is an old thinking experiment called the Ship of Theseus, in which over a long period of time old parts on a sailing ship are replaced until every old piece is replaced with a new piece and then all the old pieces are refurbished and are made into a new sailing ship. Which ship is the original ship? Think of every individual as their own Ship of Theseus with cells dying and being replaced, as well as tastes, beliefs, and ideas, what makes us, us. The human body is even made up of more cells that are not of our own than those of our body’s creation.
  • Øliver Farrell
    Published 17 days ago
    You are your own gatekeeper...

    You are your own gatekeeper...

    “We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and—in spite of True Romance magazines—we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely—at least, not all the time—but essentially, and finally, alone. This is what makes your self-respect so important, and I don't see how you can respect yourself if you must look in the hearts and minds of others for your happiness.”
  • Dolphingirl
    Published 19 days ago
    Where does "glow flow?"

    Where does "glow flow?"

    Imagine your body, heart, mind, and soul duplicating our Earth's energies, communication channels, and pulsating magnetic field? In science, this rings true. As a child, we remarkably match our planet's water to body mass ratio, the 71% to 29%, and as we get older we start losing the water factor of this phenomenon.
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Literature
Science
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 4 days ago
    The Piri Reis Map

    The Piri Reis Map

    Ancient maps have startling similarities to the way the coastlines are shaped for now. Antarctica may have been free of ice three million years ago, a fact gleaned from the Cenozoic unicellular algae in 1983. Earth-crust displacement moved Antarctica further south by two thousand miles, something discovered in 1953 by Professor Charles Hapgood, a teacher at Keene College in New Hampshire. Antarctica was free of ice until 4,000 B.C, a thousand years before Egypt and Sumerian civilization started to explore the sea. The PIri Reis map was drawn with accurate Antarctica contours, since Antarctica was discovered three hundred years after the map was drawn.
  • René Junge
    Published 6 days ago
    The Secret of the Supervolcanoes

    The Secret of the Supervolcanoes

    The outbreak of a supervolcano regularly has devastating consequences. A typical eruption, like that of Mount St. Helens in 1980, hurls lava and ash into the atmosphere up to a cubic kilometer.
  • Roscoe Forthright
    Published 10 days ago
    Fringe Science:  Paul Babcock

    Fringe Science: Paul Babcock

    Paul Babcock is recognized for his expertise in alternative energy systems and power generation systems for companies and for individuals, especially in remote locations. He has studied Nikola Tesla, Wilhelm Reich, Walter Russell, George Lakhovsky and many others. Over a lifetime, of study and creative thought, Paul Babcock has discovered specific threads which weave through the ideas, theories and spirit of these great inventors. He discusses these threads in his book, The Universal Medium.
Science Fiction
Scifi Movie
  • Edward German
    Published 8 days ago
    The Time Travelers
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published about a month ago
    My Review of "The Darkest Hour"

    My Review of "The Darkest Hour"

    The Darkest Hour is confusing because it may be confused with a much superior movie called Darkest Hour that recently came out. The movie with "The" in the title is about an alien invasion where a bunch of youth try to figure a way to escape Moscow and go back home. The movie came out back in 2011 which isn't that long ago but the special effects didn't age well. It's an okay diversion but there are certain things that just don't make sense in this movie.
  • Mark Lancaster
    Published about a month ago
    Ad Astra: SciFi Done Wrong

    Ad Astra: SciFi Done Wrong

    Rew is a family friend whose film opinion I value greatly. He's never steered me wrong with his criticism or praise and last fall was no different:
Space
  • gauravscript
    Published about 24 hours ago
    The battle of sky in between spacex and amazon

    The battle of sky in between spacex and amazon

    SPACEX'S STARLINK IS GETTING a replacement COMPETITOR that has money to burn. Amazon has gotten approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to start out building its internet constellation, named Kuiper. The tech giant wasted no time after last week's green light, announcing that it might invest $10 billion into the constellation’s creation. With a unanimous 5-0 vote, the FCC panel declared during a statement that “Kuiper’s application would advance the general public interest by authorizing a system designed to extend the supply of high-speed broadband service to consumers, government, and businesses.”
  • Hardik Jagtap
    Published about 24 hours ago
    A Red Dwarf's Life!

    A Red Dwarf's Life!

    Look at the night sky. What do you see? If the weather is suitable, you would see numerous stars illuminating the sky and a moon! But has it ever questioned you how these stars are created?
  • Aditya verma
    Published 5 days ago
    Mars : The Next Frontier

    Mars : The Next Frontier

    Recently NASA launched the Perseverance rover to mars which exploring and gathering knowledge about ancient life on Mars. It will also collect samples of Martian soil and leave them on surface of mars for pick up by future mars missions. It is also equipped with a helicopter to test flights in Martian atmosphere. If successful it will be the third rover to be deployed on the red planet. By far it is the most advanced and sophisticated rover ever designed and the total mission cost is whooping 3 billion dollars. UAE also launched its first mars missions and there are upcoming missions by Chinese space agency ISRO and ESA. So, the question arises that why NASA and other space agencies around the world spend billions of dollars on space missions when that money can easily be invested in education healthcare and most importantly at eradicating poverty.
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