Saturday, December 4, 2021

New Arctic islands appear

As polar ice melts as a result of global warming, scientists estimate that many new islands will be discovered that have previously been...

Brand new AirPods?

by Gaby Lops, Sarah Brunskill, and Kate Zu Did you hear that? Probably not, because these new AirPods are noise-cancelling. Many students throughout the school...

iPhone X

iPhone X to release October 27th By Neel Cheruvu The iPhone X is set to be ready for pre- order...

An Analysis of Stress Among Teens

With a raging virus, a global toilet paper shortage, and an atypical year of masks and hand sanitizer, teenage stress rates have been skyrocketing throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. However, even before then, the age group was showing signs of concern: between the years of 2005 and 2017, teens experienced a significant increase in serious psychological distress, major depression, and suicide rates, and, in 2013, it was even reported that they had higher levels of stress than adults.

Equifacts Disaster

The EquiFACTS: A Man-Made Disaster By Philip Baillargeon Amidst various natural disasters like the recent slew of hurricanes and the massive earthquake in Mexico,...

Russia Destroyed a Satellite: What It Means and How it Impacts the Space Community

On November 15th, 2021, the Russian government blew up their own satellite, the Cosmos 1408. The debris caused by the explosion has already endangered the lives of astronauts in outer space. Following the explosion, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) received commands to find shelter in case of collison with oncoming space debris from the satellite. The ISS was unharmed, but this crisis serves as a warning of what similar decisions could mean for the future of satellites orbiting our Earth.

How Asteroids Can Help Us Reach Mars

By: Sherrie Chen With technology developing rapidly, we step closer and closer to the Universe. Mars is always the one on the top of the...

Big Step in Euthanasia Technology

By Philip Bailargeon The proclaimed euthanasia activist, nicknamed “Dr. Death,” has made a major breakthrough in the sector of assisted suicide, developing the world’s first...

Prominent mathematics question solved for certain number systems

The seven Millennium Prize problems were posted in May 2000 by the Clay Mathematics Institute. The golden problems of mathematics. Three years later, mathematician...

Sharks Found in Underwater Volcano

Kavachi, located in the Solomon Islands, is one of the southwest Pacific’s most active underwater volcanoes. It erupted a dozen times in the twentieth century and three times in the twenty first. In 2015, ocean engineer Brennan Phillips lowered an eighty-pound camera down into its roiling waters, hoping to take a closer look at it after a recent eruption. It rested 147 feet deep in the volcano’s caldera (a pit formed in the aftermath of a magma chamber’s collapse). When the camera resurfaced, Phillips and his team found unexpected footage of scalloped hammerhead sharks and silky sharks emerging from the murky orange surroundings to investigate the lens.

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