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Flying Taxis as Future Transportation
By: Hayden Frost, Journalist
Flying taxis are important because they are a new form of transportation that is more clean, cheaper, faster, and possibly a big change to our transportation system in the future, it could possibly change the whole taxi industry.
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The Plan To Refreeze the Artic
By: Edgar Alvarado, Reporter
A team of Designers plan on building a submarine like vessel to combat global warming by refreezing the Artic Ice caps.
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All About Cave of the Winds
By: Dominik Rudnicki, Reporter
This is Cave of the Winds, and how it's decks were built.
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More And More DC-Area Bus Systems Are Moving Toward Electric Fleets
By: Alex Bundics, Journalist
Even bus systems that are yet to introduce electric buses to their fleets are expected to begin to do so in the near future, and many systems already have hybrid electric buses, which is an important step toward fully electric buses.
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A Billionaire Saving the Oceans with His Super Yacht
By: Grady Clipper, Journalist
There is an oil billionaire who is trying to make a world a better place just by himself. He is thinking it will help save the oceans.
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The Effect of Pesticides on the Environment
By: Aidan Musgrove, Journalist
Many arguments have been raised about pesticides - does it harm the environment or does it help farmers make money? The answer is both, but first we should explain what organic foods are.
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Renewable Biomass Energy
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Biofuel is any fuel that is made from organic matter/biomass, and is used as transportation fuel and to generate electricity and produce heat.  Biomass gets its energy from the sun because it is organic matter, and is used to make biofuel, electricity, and produce heat as well.
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Are Seals Endangered?
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Yes, seals are endangered because of many things, like, poaching, hunting, pollution, and many other factors.
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Robot Chick in Disguise
By: Markus Merrill, Reporter
Do you wonder how we understand animals when humans are not present? If you were a robot in disguise, you might know the answer.
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Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students
Northrop Grumman Provides Diversity in STEM Panel for Middle School Students
By: Gabrielle Carpenter, Editor
Northrop Grumman Corporation provided serious and helpful lessons to a group of 60 middle schoolers in the Washington, D.C. area at Luther Jackson Middle School.  In a panel discussion, moderated by students, engineers from Northrop weighed in on the issues of the day, including getting ahead in the tech workplace as a person of color.
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The GPS-Global Position System
By: Evan Nanthavong, Reporter
Nowadays we use the GPS almost daily and it can become a very helpful tool when navigating.
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The Cold War Aug Is The Best Long Ranged Weapon In Call of Duty: Warzone
By: Alexander Ramirez, Journalist
In the end, based on the aforementioned comparisons, it seems that the buffed AUG holds a slight edge.
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Microsoft Discusses Offering to Buy Discord For More Than $10 Billion
By: Hayden Frost, Journalist
Discord is a communication platform (which is made for gamers) where you can chat with friends and make friends in servers, or private chats. It is very similar to skype (which Microsoft also owns)because it's a communication platform where you can share your screen and use your camera.
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Is The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Worth Buying in 2021?
By: Cavanagh Keelin, Journalist
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, released by Nintendo on Mar. 3 2017 for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch, is to many one of the best games ever made by Nintendo.
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What Are False News Articles Trying To Do?
By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
Sometimes politicians spread fake news about their opponent in hopes of seeming more popular and better. This is why you always check the facts before believing an article.
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How Redditors Changed and Almost Broke the Economy
How Redditors Changed and Almost Broke the Economy
By: Derek Oropeza-Obispo, Reporter

Everyone at least knows what the stock market is, for those who don't know it's when a certain company sells a part of their share an evaluation. A...

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The Future of Apple Products
By: Joshua Coronel, Reporter

Apple products have been around ever since 1976 and the first product to ever be made was the Apple 1. The Apple 1 was the first computer made...

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Glorious Model O
By: Aaron Eads, Writer
The Glorious Model O is one of the most hyped up mice of all time, but is it really as good as they say?
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Whats better Minecraft Java or Bedrock?

Intro Minecraft is a multiplayer or can be single player sandbox, player vs player type game. They're are two versions of Minecraft. java...

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How To Cook Basic Things
How To Cook Basic Things
By: Stewart Perez-Soto, Journalist
Do you want to learn how to cook basic things? Watch theses video to learn about it.
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How Do Mushroom Farms Work?
By: Tomi Vacca, Journalist
About 66% of all the mushrooms that are produced in the United States come from one country in Eastern Pennsylvania called Chester county.
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How Does A Fish Farm Work?
By: Tomi Vacca, Journalist
More than half of all consumed fish on the planet are farmed all over the world. But how are they farmed?
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The Peregrine Falcon
By: Zekarias Delelegn , Reporter
The Peregrine Falcon is a type of bird that comes from the Falco Peregrine species. They are most commonly known as being the fastest animal on earth, due to them reaching 240 mph while diving to catch it's prey.
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Guide Dogs Are Related to Technology How?
By: Pedro Lopez, Reporter
David Roberts is a guy who helped make this thing called smart collars and smart vests. This collects the light from the outside, pressure, temperature, heart rate of the dog, and activity levels of the dog, and humidity of the dog. With this information, it can save thousands and thousands of dollars in training.
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What's Happening to the Polar Bears?
By: Kalkidan Legesse, Reporter
When it comes to sea ice, 95% of the oldest and thickest ice in the artic is already gone. 
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The Beatles, How They Were Formed
By: Santiago Salazar, Reporter

The Beatles, such an amazing band that still to this day, live on with their outstanding music. But how were the Beatles formed? It all began in 1957 when two music loving...

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The Making of The Nightmare Before Christmas
By: Cindy DeLeon-DeLeon, Reporter

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas tells the tale of Jack Skellington, in the setting of Halloween town. The movie has a unique art style that is very different...

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Which Is Better Naruto Or Boruto?
By: Ahmed Hersi, Reporter

Naruto is the dad of boruto. Naruto and boruto have very different stories. Naruto had nothing and was hated by the village then overcame the obstacles and saved the world....

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Sailing on Sunlight - Lightsail 2
By: Aidan Musgrove, Journalist
The spacecraft Lightsail 2 is the first spacecraft to use the sun as a propulsion system - but not with solar panels.
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Worlds Fastest Object Isn't A Rocket. It's A Computer.
By: Abhi Palikala, Journalist
One of the most difficult mathematical problems, which would take the worlds fastest supercomputer over 10,000 years, solved in 200 seconds.
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NASA's SPHEREx Project Will Be Looking For Clues to the Big Bang
By: Conner Elling, Reporter
By using infrared light which is not visible to the human eye they will be able to see what secrets the universe holds.
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The Fermi Paradox, And The Great Filter
By: Robert Martirosyan, Journalist
If aliens exist, then where are they? This theory attempts to piece together why we can't find these extraterrestrials.
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Perseverance rover landing on mars.
Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars
By: Kevin Geng, Journalist
On February 18, 2021, the perseverance rover landed on Mars. It has already taken over 7000 photos.
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What Is It Like In A Black Hole
By: Kai Truax, Reporter
Ever wonder what being in a black hole is like?
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Ingenuity, The First Space Helicopter is Set to Fly on Mars
By: Aurora Ayala, Reporter
But what you may not know is that Perseverance wasn't alone. Stored in its belly is a small helicopter drone named Ingenuity.
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Skyhook/Space Tether: Space Infrastructure
By: Thomas Ritchey, Journalist
Tethers could decrease the travel time between earth and mars from 9 months down to five or three. Tethers could be our planetary metro system.
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The Most Earth-Like Planet
By: Widad Khalid, Journalist
Kepler-452b is the first possibly rocky super-Earth planet found orbiting within the habitable zone of a star relatively similar to the Sun.
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Perseverance Landing
By: Ryan Wells, Journalist
The first color pictures of the surface of mars are here!
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Satellite Mega-Constellations
By: An Nguyen, Reporter
Starlink Satellites are currently being launched by SpaceX. What is their purpose and what problems might they cause?
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Elon Musk Plans To Get People To Mars By 2026
By: Kevin Geng, Reporter
Elon Musk is also looking to make Starship fully reusable.
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