Daily Archives: Apr 15, 2016

Photos From Social Media Show Aftermath of Quake in Kumamoto, Japan

A “Shindo 7″ (magnitude 6.5) earthquake struck the western Japanese city of Kumamoto on Thursday, April 14. At least nine people were killed and 33,000 evacuated...

Is It Time to Take a Stance Against Government Hacking?

Is it time we took a stance against hackers both working for themselves or for law enforcement? We have known for some time now...

This Up-and-Coming Jewish Boxer Uses Fear as Motivation in the Ring

One young boxer explores fighting and faith in this Emmy-nominated short film. Coached by the legendary Freddie Roach in Los Angeles, Kid Yamaka is on...

Taiwanese Travelers Wary After China Flexes Its Long Arm in Kenya

A total of 45 Taiwanese nationals who were arrested allegedly for committing telecommunications fraud during their visits in Kenya in 2014 were deported to...

How Children’s Brains Develop to Make Them Right or Left Handed

As children grow older, they tend to favour one hand over the other for certain tasks, particularly for writing or drawing. A child’s “handedness”...

Solar Panels May Soon Generate Energy From Rain Drops

Solar panels could soon be rid of their bad press when it comes to their efficiency levels in bad weather, with scientists coming up with...

The 10 Most Incredible Animated Movies Ever

When you have animation like this, who needs live action movies? Animators are able to bring a world of dreams into reality, in a...

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Dominion Contractor Alleges Vote Tabulation Fraud in Detroit

Melissa Carone, a contractor who worked with Dominion Voting Systems at the Detroit TCF Center, recently testified at a Senate hearing in which she...

Video Footage in Georgia Shows Evidence of Alleged Fraud

On Thursday, Dec. 3, a Georgia senate subcommittee was presented with video footage showing what was alleged as the unsupervised counting of ballots after...

Hold on, 12 Young Hong Kong Protesters!

Carry on, young Hong Kong protesters! A few months ago, 12 young Hong Kong protesters attempted to flee Hong Kong to Taiwan without success. Some speculate...

Chinese Calligrapher Creates Artwork Reflecting the Pandemic Era

Liu Xitong is a renowned calligrapher from China who recently took part in a documentary by NTD Television titled "When the Plague Arrives." The...