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What Causes Fear?

The trigger for fear could be real or imagined, the threat can be an emotional, physical, and/or a psychological worry.
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Dreams

Dreams and be fascinating, scary, and downright weird. Everybody dreams even if we wake up and can't remember a single thing from our last night. But why does our brain have a fantasy or hallucination while we sleep?
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How Fast is Silver Chariot?

Silver  Chariot, one of the fastest stands in the JoJo universe, is a key icon of the franchise alongside other stands such as Star Platinum and Gold Experience. As mentioned prior, this stand is famous...

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Is the world real?
Source: Youtube: Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

Is Life Just a Simulation?

Is the world real? Or is it just a figment of your imagination?
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Cyber Security Awareness Month – Six Cyber Security Tips

October is Cyber Security Awareness month. Here are six tips to help you stay safe on the internet.
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An image of one of the pages in the Voynich Manuscript - Credit: Sci-News.com

A Cryptic Codex: The Voynich Manuscript

One of the most mysterious artifacts that scientists have discovered is the Voynich Manuscript. The two-hundred-and-forty page document is filled with a looping script, whimsical illustrations of various plants, and dream-like drawings of suns with faces.
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My Summer Break during Covid-19

Arduino Camp. The most fun you can have programming using C language to send 0.7v to a light-emitting diode (LED) making it blink. The only time my parental units tolerated me being a C student.
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Equal Rights Protestors from the 1960s.

My Grandmother’s Civil Rights Movement

What are civil rights? The “Civil rights Movement” was a struggle for African American in the years of 1950’s and 1960’s. African Americans were trying to gain their equality under the law...

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What is Reverse Engineering?

By: Liam Ryde

What is Reverse Engineering? Reverse Engineering is simply taking something apart to learn how it works. While it might not seem like something that is done often, you'll see it all the time with big companies....

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