Category: Current Events

Is Climate Change Real?

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Do not be fooled by the headline, this isn’t one of your typical “global warming is a government conspiracy theory” articles. No, this is just my passionate but non-extreme opinions on the numbers proving the theory of climate change to be merely an environmentalist fear tactic. Well what proof do I have of this so-called..

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What the 2018 World Cup May Have in Store for Us

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Thankfully soon, the 21 st World Cup will be upon in the beautiful yet chilly Russia. Before I start, I must state, for legal purposes and to avoid abuse on the Internet after all my predictions turn out to be completely and embarrassingly wrong, that I am not a Football expert by any means and..

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Egypt’s Qualification to the World Cup 2018

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October 8th 2017 will be one of the most memorable moments in Egyptian football history. On this day, the Egyptian national football team managed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup, in a nail biting last minute win. The FIFA World Cup is arguably the most prestigious football event in the world in which 32..

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Women’s March 2017

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Today January 21, 2017 women around the world join together to raise awareness of women’s rights and other rights that could be under threat under the 45th president of the U.S., Donald Trump. The second day of after Trump’s presidency and there are already riots against him. This event was set to start in Washington..

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Black Lives Matter

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#BlackLivesMatter Most people think that the Black Lives Matter movement is trying to make black lives superior to other’s lives. Let’s start off by saying that all lives matter, no matter what ethnicity, religion, sexuality, or gender. The only thing that makes us different is how we treat each other and how we contribute to..

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The History of Halloween

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Every year, people of all ages wait for the month of October to celebrate its many special occasions, especially Halloween. Every year, on October 31, we celebrate this holiday. Halloween is said to have originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain. In this festival, people would light bonfires and sit around them. Every year, we..

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Movember

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October is coming to an end, which means Movember is approaching. In the month of Movember, also known as No Shave November, people grow out their mustaches to raise awareness and funds for men’s health and cancer, such as prostate cancer. There is even a multinational Movember Foundation operating in 21 countries aiming to raise..

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Halloween

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Halloween, also known as Allhalloween, All Hallow’s Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celtic festival, celebrated by the Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago, was mainly celebrated in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France. They would celebrate their new year..

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Spurs Blowout Warriors In Warriors’ Home Ground

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The NBA season’s opening night couldn’t have gone any better with an emphatic blowout by the San Antonio Spurs over the most hyped up team in the history of the NBA in the golden state warriors. The game was very neck and neck in the start with both teams exchanging points and Kevin Durant knocking..

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Why Are the Inuit Culture Culture Endangered and Have Trouble with the US and Canada?

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The Inuit culture is endangered in Greenland by the severe harsh climate weather. This is because of the effect of global warming as it makes the number of Inuit’s smaller and less sustainable and it is driving them to extinction. Not only has global warming made hunting considerably more dangerous, it has also divided the..

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2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa’s road to success in linking molecules and working with nanotechnology. 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry The story began with Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman’s speech in which he asked the audience about making tiny machines with movable parts. He truly believed that it was possible to..

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