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Bassist Ole Kirkeng on the Ins and Outs of Being a Musician in 2018

Music, Right Brain

October 12, 2018

Ever since the days of Napster and the subsequent digitization of music, the entire industry has been undergoing all kinds of changes, suffering some inevitable growing pains along the way. And the rise of independent record labels and artists has

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Dogs No Smarter Than Other Animals, Study Says

Left Brain, Tech

October 11, 2018

A new study has found that canines are not especially intelligent when compared to other wild and domesticated animal species. The study did note, however, that dogs tend to appear more intelligent than cats, for example, because dogs are more

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Climate Report Establishes New Worries

Left Brain

October 8, 2018

A new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change updated worldwide concerns about how soon we could see many major effects of climate change.

The IPCC was originally created by the UN to determine the seriousness of climate change

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Opinion: The Pseudo-Intellectualism of Explainer Videos

Uncategorized

October 3, 2018

It’s a new market, this business of explaining movies and TV shows, or video games. Many of these videos are just an attempt to explain a very big concept, and it’ll have a title like ‘Why the Beach Boys are

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New Paint Aims to Cool Buildings

Business, Left Brain

October 1, 2018

A new polymer coating has been proven to reflect a majority of solar energy. The polymer uses a network of micro cavities to reflect light rather than trapping it. The most immediate practical application of the new material is for

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Opinion: This Is the Best Time to Be Making Horror Movies

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

September 28, 2018

And no, it has nothing to do with how we’re steadily approaching the spookiest time of the year. It’s more about the current studio structure, and how it has a soft spot for low-budget horror flicks that can be distributed …

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Octopuses Respond Positively to MDMA

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September 26, 2018

In a recent scientific study, octopuses were given small doses of MDMA, also known as ecstasy, a designer drug that became well-known as part of rave and party culture in the lates 2000s.

According to researchers, the octopuses involved in …

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Student Loan Debt May Be Next Financial Crisis

Business, Left Brain

September 19, 2018

Economic analysts have suggested that widespread student loan debt may represent the seeds of the largest financial crisis since the housing market crash of 2008.

While other varieties of loans have maintained a steady track of frequency in the U.S.,

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Researchers Disclose Terrain Map of Antarctica

Left Brain, Tech

September 17, 2018

A collaboration between scientific researchers has created an ultra-accurate terrain map of the Antarctic continent, which they hope to use to monitor the continent’s changes in structures and total amounts of ice, as climate change progresses.

Because Antarctica remains devoid

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Interview With Grocery Delivery Mogul, Tejas Viswanath

Left Brain, Tech

September 14, 2018

Tejas Viswanath was originally a member of the cutting-edge tech accelerator Y Combinator. Through hard work and innovative methods, the big ideas he had back then have become reality. Now, Viswanath stands as the founder of Chaldal, one of the

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