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  • Bernadette
    Published about 16 hours ago
    Daughter of Lilith

    Daughter of Lilith

    “Holy Mother, pray for us, poor banished children of Eve.”
  • Jonathan Jinyu Choung
    Published about 16 hours ago
    A World Lost

    A World Lost

    My Name is Hazel, this is my journal and I’m gonna reveal to you how my world came crashing down, how a Hero was born, and how humanity survived. Let's start at the beginning, a long time ago humanity was thriving in the year 2045 c.e the world was healing from pollution, devastation, and from all the natural culling of many species including us. Our worlds brightest minds had come across an impasse in their research that showed that humanity will not survive till the year 2079 due to more tragedies, widespread pandemics, and mutations of current conditions. So as the World united together to face this, all around the world scientists, engineers, mechanics, and Computer techs came to the conclusion that A. A.I Autonomous Artificial Intelligence was needed to save humanity, at that time it was a perfectly concocted solution, but in years to come regret over this decision would be in the forethought of every remaining human being.
  • Jauren Riloski
    Published about 17 hours ago
    One Final Stroll

    One Final Stroll

    Lila's eyes flicker open. A haze has set over her that was different than the normal morning plague. Sweat drips down her forehead to her lips enlightening her to the salty taste. Where am I? Her head darts from left to right. Up and down and every which way in between. The room she found herself in was small and stained with blood on the cobblestone walls. Her petite body lay outstretched on a simple bed with no blanket. A singular door exists to her right, along with a lone candle to illuminate the room. Her body was weak, and she struggled to sit up even in the slightest of manners.
  • Tmarie
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Beastly

    Beastly

            Whatever the man said to the bouncer made him move. I turn to look at the man in the doorway. The first thing I notice is his eyes. They're an electric blue, just like the bouncer's. It's not hard to see the rest of his face due to the streetlight that glared down at the front of the building. A baby face with strong cheekbones and a perfect nose. The man's face seems to glow under the streetlight.
  • Basil
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Math Morals (Part 4): Equivalent Fractions

    Math Morals (Part 4): Equivalent Fractions

    Fractions are equivalent to each other when they have the same value. So for example, 1/2 is equivalent to 5/10, since both equate to 1/2. What can we learn from this?
  • Kaitlyn Maura
    Published a day ago
    The Freedom to Feel: July 2020's Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn

    The Freedom to Feel: July 2020's Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn

    On Sunday, July 5th, at 12:44 AM EST (that's shortly after midnight on the 4th of July if you're an American!) we will have a Full Moon / Lunar Eclipse at 13'37 degrees Capricorn. Here's what you can expect.
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  • Jonathan Sim
    Published about a month 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 2 months ago
    Get In Loser, We're Going to Outer Space
  • Emily Jacoby
    Published 2 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 2 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.
  • Holly
    Published 3 months ago
    Social Distancing According to Your Zodiac Sign

    Social Distancing According to Your Zodiac Sign

    Considering the unexpected nature of the beginning of 2020, there is a lot that we must become accustomed to. Currently, (April, 2020) we are going through this global pandemic that is confining the majority of us to our own homes. Practicing social distancing and quarantining to keep others safe is extremely important, I want to make that clear.
  • Kaitlyn Maura
    Published 6 months ago
    Breaking Free: January 2020’s New Moon in Aquarius

    Breaking Free: January 2020’s New Moon in Aquarius

    On Friday, January 24th, we will have our first New Moon of 2020, occurring at about 4'21 degrees of the creative and innovative sign of Aquarius. Here's what to expect.
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Art
  • allie
    Published 2 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 11 months ago
    My Eyes

    My Eyes

    BANG!
  • Franc Kaiser
    Published 11 months ago
    The Bizarre Paintings of Franc Kaiser
Artificial Intelligence
  • BreakingTheMatrix /MorpheuX
    Published 3 days ago
    HOLLYWOOD'S TRANSHUMANISM AGENDA, KARDASHIAN CLONE & 13 SATANIC ILLUMINATI BLOODLINES
  • Smitha Chauhan
    Published 7 days ago
    Machine Learning Vs Deep Learning

    Machine Learning Vs Deep Learning

    The year 2020 has proved to be a roller coaster ride for all of humanity, at least so far. However, it's also when we have seen an unprecedented hype and interest in new and innovative technologies. The top contenders for this list of exciting technology include Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL). This hype is the application of AI/ML/DL in various fields, especially medical and space research. As you know, medical research is the top priority in 2020.
  • Nikita
    Published 11 days ago
    Internet Of Things

    Internet Of Things

    Artificial Intelligence stands for intelligent systems that make sense of a huge amount of data by learning from repeated experiences or tasks (without any human intervention). On the other hand, Internet of Things (popularly known as IoT) is a system of interlinked devices (mechanical and digital systems working together) that collect and exchange data with each other efficiently over the internet.
Extraterrestrial
Fantasy
  • Jauren Riloski
    Published about 17 hours ago
    One Final Stroll

    One Final Stroll

    Lila's eyes flicker open. A haze has set over her that was different than the normal morning plague. Sweat drips down her forehead to her lips enlightening her to the salty taste. Where am I? Her head darts from left to right. Up and down and every which way in between. The room she found herself in was small and stained with blood on the cobblestone walls. Her petite body lay outstretched on a simple bed with no blanket. A singular door exists to her right, along with a lone candle to illuminate the room. Her body was weak, and she struggled to sit up even in the slightest of manners.
  • Tmarie
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Beastly

    Beastly

            Whatever the man said to the bouncer made him move. I turn to look at the man in the doorway. The first thing I notice is his eyes. They're an electric blue, just like the bouncer's. It's not hard to see the rest of his face due to the streetlight that glared down at the front of the building. A baby face with strong cheekbones and a perfect nose. The man's face seems to glow under the streetlight.
  • CELLZTAROT
    Published 2 days ago
    The Dual

    The Dual

    Jus as (Asherah) returns from her long journey back to travel with Haj.
Future
  • John Anderson
    Published 18 days ago
    SpaceX embarks on the construction of giant floating spaceports

    SpaceX embarks on the construction of giant floating spaceports

    It all started with a job offer. The aerospace company SpaceX has indicated on its site that it is looking for engineers who would work "to design and build an operational installation for launching offshore rockets". The location? In Brownsville, Texas, where Starship rocket prototypes are currently being tested.
  • Sasha Boileau
    Published 25 days ago
    Alternative Energy

    Alternative Energy

    Alternative energy is the key to the survival of a human future and the existence of many species on Earth. The question, in my opinion, is not whether to switch to fossil fuels or not. The question of focus in this paper is the effects of alternative energy options on our economy and environment. There are many types of alternative energy out there and methods are being created left and right through technological advancements. Fossil Fuels are the most commonly used form of energy in the U.S today.
  • Marshall Barnes
    Published about a month ago
    Jeff Bezos and the great SPACE MISTAKE

    Jeff Bezos and the great SPACE MISTAKE

    As I finished this article I watched as the weather doused the hopes of a much hyped and historic Elon Musk/SpaceX launch to carry NASA astronauts to the ISS. I realized later that the whole event was a metaphor for exactly what I'm writing about here - that despite the best plans laid for projecting our wills into space, unforeseen and chaotic circumstances can render them all for naught, so it's best to have a B plan.
Humanity
  • [email protected]
    Published 4 days ago
    Panther On Defense

    Panther On Defense

    If you like this artical make sure to leave me a tip for your show of apperiaction. Now on the card of the panther we actually have a depiction of the nine of wands. In this case it is the nine of acorns. Now the nine of wands is usually has a person who is wounded and they are being defensive and they are standing with nine wands around them almost like a wall. This usually indicates a person has been hurt and they’re afraid of being vulnerable.
  • Doors to Life
    Published 7 days ago
    The Genius of Philosophy

    The Genius of Philosophy

    Socrates and The Unexamined Life
  • Rory Hoffman
    Published 11 days ago
    The Zitto 9000

    The Zitto 9000

    Tim looked up towards Jupiter through his telescope. He couldn’t quite make out the huge planet through the dim lens, but he knew it was there. He had found the telescope in a Salvation Army two years ago. It had been rusted and partially cracked down the side, the magnification was so weak it barely improved on the naked eye, but Tim loved it. He made a quick note in his book and then frowned. According to the textbook Jupiter had a bright red spot on its surface, a storm twice the size of Earth swirling at speeds faster than a hurricane. Tim thought the picture made it look like a fat, angry zit. Except nobody had ever tried to pop it.
List
Literature
  • Kat Jadzia
    Published 18 days ago
    Will-O'-The-Wisp Ep. 1
  • Kat Jadzia
    Published 18 days ago
    Will-O'-The-Wisp
  • Aimee Pieper
    Published 29 days ago
    The Answer

    The Answer

    One bright, ninety-degree summer morning, two brothers played basketball in an apartment division basketball court. Their names were Atlas and Apollo. Their similarities only stretched to appearances; their brown curls tangled together with the antics of boyhood, their dark skin becoming darker with the heat of the sun. On a day such as this, Apollo felt light as a feather, while Atlas felt that he had the world on his shoulders.
Science
  • Addvita
    Published 3 days ago
    Demodex Mites Life Cycle: Nutrition and Treatment

    Demodex Mites Life Cycle: Nutrition and Treatment

    Among the 140 known parasite species, Demodex mite is one of the species that coexists with humans. The parasite lives mostly on the scalp, face, and chest. The two types of Demodex mites, namely "Demodex folliculorum" and "Demodex brevis,” live near or inside of the sebaceous glands and hair follicles. They are mostly active at night but can also be felt moving on the skin during the day.
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 6 days ago
    Moscovium: Element to unlock anti-gravity craft?

    Moscovium: Element to unlock anti-gravity craft?

    By the time I finished secondary school in the UK, seaborgium had become the latest element to be added to the periodic table.
  • John Anderson
    Published 10 days ago
    Covid-19 vaccine research held back by mice

    Covid-19 vaccine research held back by mice

    Before administering treatments to humans, they are usually tested on mice. But in the case of Covid-19, common rodents are not suitable. Although they have the gene that allows SARS-CoV-2 to implant in us, they do not develop the symptoms and complications that are so dangerous for us.
Science Fiction
  • Jonathan Jinyu Choung
    Published about 16 hours ago
    A World Lost

    A World Lost

    My Name is Hazel, this is my journal and I’m gonna reveal to you how my world came crashing down, how a Hero was born, and how humanity survived. Let's start at the beginning, a long time ago humanity was thriving in the year 2045 c.e the world was healing from pollution, devastation, and from all the natural culling of many species including us. Our worlds brightest minds had come across an impasse in their research that showed that humanity will not survive till the year 2079 due to more tragedies, widespread pandemics, and mutations of current conditions. So as the World united together to face this, all around the world scientists, engineers, mechanics, and Computer techs came to the conclusion that A. A.I Autonomous Artificial Intelligence was needed to save humanity, at that time it was a perfectly concocted solution, but in years to come regret over this decision would be in the forethought of every remaining human being.
  • Tabitha Singleton
    Published a day ago
    The Regression

    The Regression

    Mavral hovers his metal-molded self along the smooth titanium ramp from the school air-shuttle down to his home. His built-in thermometer indicates that it is 114 degrees Fahrenheit outside—an average temperature for Igliber in January, although it would not have been back when Igliber was New York. He passes two other residential levels before reaching his own. Passing the chrome emptiness that centuries ago would have been grass yards with flower beds lining stone houses, Mavral wonders what it all would look and feel like in person. What was it like for humans when they roamed the Earth? And what did flowers smell like for them? Was it different from how our sensors pick up and analyze scents?
  • Jemma Rosewater
    Published 2 days ago
    Amythest’s Quest

    Amythest’s Quest

    My name is Amythest and I am 17. I was created by scientists who used remains of alien DNA from a space rock that they found on Mars. I live at a science laboratory run by NASA and SETI. Doctors and scientists have been studying me my whole life to try and figure Out what planet I come from and learn more about my species. The main things that the scientists have learned about me is that I posses strange magical powers, turn into a mermaid when I get wet, and can not see. As I have grown up the doctors have learned that my intelligence is at least the same as most humans if not highier. Every day doctors run tests on me to try to find out more my body and brain. This morning a doctor named Emily came to my room. Emily told me that she wanted to do some tests to learn more about my magical powers. The doctor hooks up a bunch of electrodes all over my body and head. First I would like to see you levitate the doctor says to me.
Scifi Movie
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 9 days 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 12 days 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:
  • Khodja Sy
    Published 23 days ago
    A Review of District 9

    A Review of District 9

    This is the kind of film that makes me want to curl up into a ball of despair and wish I was never born on this planet.
Space
  • Liam Miller
    Published 4 days ago
    Why Max Polyakov and Others Have Been Involved In NewSpace Philosophies
  • What If
    Published 8 days ago
    What If Earth Had Rings Like Saturn?

    What If Earth Had Rings Like Saturn?

    Jupiter has four sets of them made up of dust and particles due to its moons being bombarded by meteors. Uranus has 13, and recent thermal imaging shows they are the same temperature as the boiling point of liquid nitrogen. Saturn’s are made up of fragments of asteroids and comets, with pieces ranging in size from small icy specks to looming mountains.
  • Ben W
    Published 14 days ago
    See the Stars

    See the Stars

    One nightly ritual that should make a comeback is to see the stars. A simple yet effective way to remember our place in the universe and how small we really are when it comes to the cosmos. If you are going through troubles in your life, I believe it can be comforting to see the stars not only to realize that while our problems are serious and need to be dealt with, it is also good to realize the beauty in things and nothing is perhaps more beautiful than a clear, night sky where you can see the constellations, the full moon, and even a shooting star if you are lucky.
Tech