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NFT’s are Making Millionaires Working offline

A 22-year-old Indonesian student named Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, who studies computer science at a university in Indonesia, made $1,000,000 last week selling NFT’s.  He called himself an accidental millionaire. NFT’s have been widely spoken about in the last two years, and the acronym . NFT stands for non-fungible tokens. … Continue reading NFT’s are Making Millionaires Working offline

This satellite image provided by Maxar Technologies shows an overview of Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai volcano in Tonga on Jan. 6, 2022, before a huge undersea volcanic eruption. (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies via AP)

Underwater Volcano Sets Off Tsunami

By: Vivienne Wellet  An underwater volcano erupted offshore of Ohonua, which is around Australia. An underwater volcano forms when two tectonic plates collide with each other but one goes underneath the other one and after molten lava is produced in the second layer of Earth’s interior. According to officials, in … Continue reading Underwater Volcano Sets Off Tsunami

(Photo by Handout / NASA/NOAA / AFP)

Tonga Devastated by Undersea Tsunami

The island nation of Tonga was recently devastated by an undersea volcanic eruption and an undersea tsunami which was caused by said eruption. Patchy communications and sparse satellite images show that the island is covered in ash and waterlogged houses and debris. The underwater eruption also slightly affected other countries … Continue reading Tonga Devastated by Undersea Tsunami

Biden to distribute 400 million N95 masks across America for free

Just days after the White House said they would be allowing Americans to order free at home Covid tests, another development in the battle against the Omicron variant has been made. The Biden Administration (the people in the executive branch who work under President Biden) has announced that they’ll be … Continue reading Biden to distribute 400 million N95 masks across America for free

Riot police block protesters in the center of Almaty, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022. (AP Photo/Vladimir Tretyakov)

Kazakhstan Fuel Protests

The Kazakh central government recently increased the price of liquid-based fuels due to both high demand and price-fixing. Protests over the price began in the oil-producing center Zhanaozen, but the protests quickly spread across the country (notably to the nation’s largest city, Almaty) due to large amounts of dissatisfaction with … Continue reading Kazakhstan Fuel Protests

Manatees Dying In Florida

By: Vivienne Wellet Manatees, also known as “Sea Cows”, are beautiful mammals that a variety of people love. However, that’s not the case for some. In 2021,over 1,000 manatees died due to boat propellers, fishing gear, habitation loss, fragmentation, cold stress, toxic red tides, and plastic. Environmental police said that … Continue reading Manatees Dying In Florida

Students vs. Omicron

With the second semester starting up, many students fear for their health and safety. The Omicron variant runs rampant throughout the United States, spreading with no care if the individual is vaccinated. At the same time, many students are anxious about returning to quarantine and cutting the academic year short … Continue reading Students vs. Omicron

2022 Astronomy Events

Ever since 1958, when the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established, the space industry took off. Now that we have more technology and research, we can predict events months and years ahead. From meteor showers and satellite launches, to a space shuttle sending people to the moon. As … Continue reading 2022 Astronomy Events

Bleach coral

By: Summer Livengood In Key West, the coral reefs here are gorgeous, and the fish are beautiful. Due to the high pollution levels and changes in the temperature, there have been sightings of bleach-white coral and dead discolored fish. In Cuba, thousands of fish washed up and further inspection revealed … Continue reading Bleach coral

President Biden Warns Russian President Vladimir Putin Not to Invade Ukraine

By: Tricia Desroches On December 7, on a two-hour-long video call, President Biden told Russian President Vladimir Putin that if he invades Ukraine, the United States and their European allies are prepared to take action. Putin has an estimated 100,000 Russian troops at the Russian and Ukrainian border ready to … Continue reading President Biden Warns Russian President Vladimir Putin Not to Invade Ukraine

Shipping Delays

In 2020, we had to resort to buying many products online and in a blink of an eye, they would show up on our doorsteps. Although it did have its advantages, there were a few issues as well, most, however, are not directly from shipping or online shops. The word … Continue reading Shipping Delays

Barbados has Finally Cut Ties With Britain and has Become a Republic

By: Tricia Desroches After 55 years of getting its independence from the United Kingdom, Barbados became an official parliamentary republic. Barbados is an island country in the Caribbean and it was a British colony all the way until November 1996. Barbados peacefully gained its independence, unlike many other countries in … Continue reading Barbados has Finally Cut Ties With Britain and has Become a Republic

Alzheimer’s Disease

By: Vivienne Wellet   Alzheimer’s or also known as Dementia, is a disease that involves memory loss and interrupts other important daily things. It is caused by “the abnormal build-up of proteins in and around the brain cell.” More than 54 million people”worldwide” have Alzheimer’s. The longer Alzheimer’s disease is … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Disease

Traffic in Florida

By: Summer Livengood During the holidays Florida’s roads sure do get busy. Many accidents, injuries, and many violations. On the holiday weeks, the last thing you want is a ticket or something worse to happen. There are many things you can do to prevent something from happening to you.   There … Continue reading Traffic in Florida

Team Seas Campaign

Back in 2019, the popular YouTube creator, Mr. Beast created Team Trees to fundraise $20 million for 20 million trees before 2020. To no surprise, he and his fans successfully accomplished that goal, and people still donate to the cause today However, Mr. Beast is now back with former NASA … Continue reading Team Seas Campaign

Police assist an injured man near London Bridge in London, on November 29, 2019 after reports of shots being fired on London Bridge. – The Metropolitan Police on Friday said several people were injured and a man was held after a stabbing near London Bridge in the centre of the British capital. (Photo by DANIEL SORABJI / AFP) (Photo by DANIEL SORABJI/AFP via Getty Images)

Liverpool Hospital explosion declared terrorist attack

On Sunday, November 14th, an explosion from a taxi that arrived in front of the Liverpool women’s hospital exploded, causing no casualties, but significant damage to the front of the hospital complex. The explosion was caused by a passenger inside of the taxi setting off a homemade IED. Miraculously, taxi … Continue reading Liverpool Hospital explosion declared terrorist attack

Flood Watch in Florida

   By: Vivienne Wellet Storms and flood warnings have been posted all around Florida. There are flood watches in most parts of the state including Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Gainesville. According to weather forecasters, the biggest concern is regarding the gusty winds that will occur during the storms. The winds will … Continue reading Flood Watch in Florida

Biden and Xi meeting concludes with no major breakthroughs

Amidst the deteriorating relationship between Washington and Beijing, on November 15th, President Joe Biden and President Xi Jinping had a virtual summit to discuss critical topics. The meeting was held virtually, with Biden joining from the White House’s Roosevelt room and Xi being in the Great Hall of the People … Continue reading Biden and Xi meeting concludes with no major breakthroughs

Key West Boat Races

By: Summer Livengood In Florida, once a year, speed boat racers come to Key West and race through an obstacle course. This year’s race was the 39th annual boat race; over 10-speed boat racers came down. Key West did have some discussion about covid restrictions, but their decisions were made … Continue reading Key West Boat Races

Flu cases spike

It’s Flu Season, the colds are coming out. Over 1,000 people in the United States have been discovered to have the flu and its symptoms. There are many forms of the Flu but the most common is the 1918 flu pandemic where this Flu wiped out over 3,000 people. Making … Continue reading Flu cases spike

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