Posts Categorized: Culture

Trump’s First Action as President: Lie to CIA About Inaugural Turnout

In a speech to the CIA on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump said that the pictures of the paltry crowds at his inauguration were faked by the media. It’s especially disturbing, because the photos of the inauguration released by the Federal government were amongst the ones showing the thin crowd. Trump said that after his Inaugural… Read more »

How to Get Rid of Weed Smell

With legal weed spreading, we can now build our hopes up for a world in which we can finally enjoy marijuana worry free, but we don’t want to let the whole world know what we’re up to behind closed doors. If you are reading this it’s most likely that you either are trying to not… Read more »

Scary Movies : The Twisted Truth Behind Why We Love Them

Freddy. Jason. Annabelle. If these names give you both chills and joy, you are someone who’s content with spending $13 or $14 on getting a good scare at the movies. You watch these films all year round because every day is Halloween, really. You’re able to recall with precision the scene from A Nightmare on Elm Street where… Read more »

Discovering the Ancient City of Heracleion

Just off the coast of Alexandria sits the lost city of Heracleion. It covers the bottom of the sea, about 10 meters under the water in Aby Qir Bay. The ancient Egyptian city submerged underwater about 1,200 years ago for reasons we have yet to discover. But for the last decade, archeologists have been studying… Read more »

Swim Over Fish, Jellyfish are Here

Jellyfish

Many people want a fish aquarium in their home, especially a cool one that is maintained well. But the newest popular aquarium around isn’t for any ordinary fish; it is designed for the jellyfish. The Pulse 80 Jellyfish Aquarium has been around for 3 years and is definitely pretty cool. I expected it to be… Read more »

Think tank study gets to bottom of Math & Science Majors dropout rates

As the Wall Street Journal reports*, The National Bureau of Economic Research has put its top men on the case to discover why Math and Science departments at universities around the country are suffering from higher dropout rates than their liberal art counter parts. Doctors Ralph and Todd R. Stinebrickner have read the tea leaves and the… Read more »

Smartwatch pioneers Pebble surpass the 2000% funding mark

Pebble Time Watch

Pebble Time, a new smartwatch from the makers of the original Pebble, has been launched again on Kickstarter, a crowdfunding platform.  Given the success of the original product on Kickstarter, CEO Eric Migicovsky decided to go back to the company’s roots. So far, Pebble has raised over $10.3 million from more than 47,000 backers and… Read more »