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The mysterious disappearance of the aviation pioneer Emilia Earhart is a mystery that has broken the heads of many investigators. Along with being the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, she also set many other records and wrote best-selling books about her flying experience. She was also a member of the National Woman's Party and an early supporter of the Equal...

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A judge is one who is much unbiased in their decision making, one who can be trusted. To be a good judge, one has to cultivate and maintain five ethical principles – judicial aloofness and detachment, honesty and integrity, judicial independence, judicial temperament with humility, and impartiality.   However, how do you get one to like you more? This article might help you gain that plus one...

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Fake news

These days, fake news has cracked open the trust that one places in a society or a community. It is inevitable to completely take out the roots of the spread of misinformation. In times of social media and internet facilities, people are easily ‘catfished’ and driven by the spread of fake news, rumour, gossips, etc. The surge of fake news is higher in case of...

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'Scrubbing' your online data

The advantages of using social media also comes with a warning sign. Breach of users’ security and identity are the common cyber issues we hear on the news every day. We put in passwords and e-mail accounts in a lot of websites, the common ones being Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc. We also accept the condition to store our history in those websites as ‘cookies’. A...

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Proxima b exoplanet

Space is infinitely enveloped with vacuum that consists of uncountable stars, asteroids, galaxies, planets, radiations (even those which are invisible to the human eye), black holes, comets, and quasars. Scientists highly believe that space may consist of many more elements or things that are yet to be discovered by long and untiring researches. It was the result of one of the untiring research and efforts...

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  All the activities which include gathering of masses or commuting from one place to another are highly influenced for the reason that COVID-19 has strewed on almost the whole of the globe. So is the case with academic fields, every institution like University Of Delhi,Northeastern University, University Of Cambridge, et cetera has released a notification which says that all the classes and functions including seminars,...

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predictable

Albert-László Barabási is a popular network scientist, who writes books on some of the most intriguing topics. In fact, the latest book of this Northeastern University’s scientist focuses on how much human behaviour is predictable. The book ‘Bursts: The Hidden Pattern Behind Everything We Do’ and its publication, was preceded by a web experiment, which will sort of explain how networking basically works.   This web experiment...

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2018

People gain knowledge about the happenings around the globe through news and other sources. However, the news or information that we receive on a daily basis may or may not be accurate. The spreading of fake news is common nowadays. Fake news can be defined as a subgenre of information constructed with disregard of the facts. It not only spreads the wrong information but also...

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net

There is a general lack of knowledge among people when it comes to understanding the concept of “net neutrality”.  This issue has now evolved into a huge debate of Internet service providers charging more money for faster internet services. Michael Bennet, a Law professor at Northeastern University discusses this issue and how the general public lacks in understanding everyday technologies.   Bennet says, “Net neutrality is a...

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