(Adam Goldberg) Can you believe we’re currently at the end of 2018? On January 1, 2019, every person born before the year 2000 will be an adult. That’s insane from the perspective of someone born in the 1990’s.
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(Gerald Sinclair) For those who may not be aware, an eclipse is something that happens on rare occasions. It can be either partial or solar and consists of the sun or moon being blocked by the Earth’s shadow.
(Elizabeth DeVille) With more than 300 patents, the inventions and accomplishments of Nikola Tesla are well-known, but most people are completely unfamiliar with the man behind these innovations. Who was this technological genius?
(Justin Deschamps) There are valid reasons to believe in a supernatural concept of existence. Psychologically, whether you consider yourself an atheist or not, you seem to act as if the universe is personal. More to the point how you define or contextualize yourself within existence describes a personal narrative that influences how you perceive the world and organize your life.
(Vigilant Citizen) A look at the cryptic symbolism found on the cover of the Economist’s “The World in 2019” which includes the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. What are they trying to tell us?
(Isabelle Z.) Society is beginning to pay the price for years of antibiotic overuse, with superbugs claiming more and more lives every year and causing grave concern among health organizations and some medical professionals. Many are trying to reduce the number of antibiotic prescriptions they dole out, and one area where great reductions could potentially be made is when it comes to oral infections.
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(Final Wakeup Call) Approximately 450,000 years ago, a group of humanoid aliens arrived by spacecraft on planet Earth. They came from a planet about three times the size of the Earth, which was called Nibiru by the Sumerians. Nibiru was described in ancient Sumerian literature as the twelfth planet of our solar system. The Sumerians were far ahead of modern man in the field of astronomy, declares the Detroit News in an article. The Sumerians also counted the Moon and the Sun as planetary bodies, thus reaching the total of twelve, the same number that the assembly of Anunnaki sovereigns consists of.
(Kalia Kelmenson) When we keep our shadow hidden, it runs the risk of controlling us.