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Who Was Stephen Hawking?

Who Was Stephen Hawking?

Young K., Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

As a revolutionary scientist that overcame many boundaries, Stephen Hawking was one of the greatest scientists to ever live. Sadly, he passed away recently on March 14, 2018 at his home in Cambridge, England. Not only was he an incredible man that overcame the limits of the  world, but he also underw...

Top 3 Racing Games in PC/Xbox/Playstation

Top 3 Racing Games in PC/Xbox/Playstation

Kevin R., Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

  Video Games are perhaps the most popular electronic entertainment ever created. Cars and motorcycles are easy modes of transportation for people over 16 years old. The world of video games has developed racing games to allow inexperienced drivers, kids, and young adults to race awesome cars and...

Traveling Soundwaves

Traveling Soundwaves

Emilia S., Reporter

March 20, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Sound waves travel in many different ways from just about any object. Sometimes it sounds distorted, other times people can’t even hear it. Sound waves cannot be seen, but can be heard. The only way to see sound waves is if the sound is creating an artificial representation of what it might look like. Sou...

Apple’s Best Selling Products

Apple’s Best Selling Products

William S., Reporter

March 20, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

One of the leaders in the technology industry is Apple. This company is famous for its technological products and innovative commercials. With around 500 Apple stores worldwide, this huge company has had many popular products that have made a lot of money.   The iPhones are the best selling products fo...

New Technology Coming in 2018

New Technology Coming in 2018

Tori P., Editor - Opinion

March 20, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Some may call 2018 the golden year of technology, due to all the new creations that are going to come out this year. Many technology companies see how the use of it affects our everyday life, so they continue to create new inventions that help make our life easier and just make life more exciting in...

What is Dark Matter?

What is Dark Matter?

Colin M., Reporter

March 20, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Scientists have been studying the universe for a long time, but they have yet to understand the mysterious substance known as dark matter. More than 80 percent of the universe is made of material humankind cannot observe directly. This 80 percent is made of dark matter. Dark matter does not emit light...

Are Video Games Bad for Teens?

Are Video Games Bad for Teens?

Faith Q., Reporter

March 20, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

This question had been debated over the period of time video games came to be. Serving as a new form of entertainment, people soon discovered that there were pros and cons to playing these addicting and enjoyable programs. There are questions to be answered, like are violent video games really affecting th...

Seaplanes

Seaplanes

Jerry C., Editor - Science & Tech

March 19, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

After the 1950s, classic seaplanes lost their popularity because they were more inefficient than the aerodynamic airliners. Recently, as new laws on pollution and noise levels get tougher, a team of researchers at Imperial College London have developed a concept for a transatlantic plane that could ...

Solar Panel Windows

Solar Panel Windows

Aaron C., Reporter

March 19, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Solar panels are used all over the world to harness energy at no cost to the environment. The ugly black panels are mounted onto the top of rooftops with no function but to convert light into energy. However, a new high-tech prototype of solar panels is being developed to serve multiple purposes. A n...

SpaceX Falcon Heavy

SpaceX Falcon Heavy

Jayden M., Editor - Features

March 5, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

On February 6, an aerospace company, SpaceX, launched yet another rocket called the Falcon Heavy. The Falcon Heavy is a rocket designed to transport heavy loads to different parts of space. It can transport up to 140,660 pounds when traveling to low earth orbit, and 58,860 pounds in the geosynchronous or...

New Inventions

New Inventions

Faith Q., Reporter

March 5, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

With plenty of geniuses out there in the world, it’s about time that new inventions are introduced. As the new year already began, many new creations might be coming out. Whether they are coming out soon, just new, or never been seen, these inventions are surely interesting.   esight 3 The e...

Scientists Create a New Form of Light By Linking Photons

Scientists Create a New Form of Light By Linking Photons

Charis P., Editor - Food and Travel

March 5, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Light. An ordinary but powerful piece of technology. Today, the use of light is found just about everywhere, offices, schools, homes, and many more. Light is made up of photons, which are essentially speedy, tiny bundles of energy. However, photons are typically known to not interact with each other...

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