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The Rise of DNA discrimination

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Testing someone’s DNA was originally a huge step forward in the eyes of the law; it allowed scientific prove that someone was responsible for a crime. DNA testing, or genetic fingerprinting, has now become synonymous with solving crimes, mainly thanks to detective dramas like CSI or Law and Order. However, … Read More

Video Games – increased aggression or a healthy pass time?

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Rock n’ Roll, Television and Social media. In the days when these developments first came about it was thought they would negatively impact society and create anti-social cynics out of younger generations. This led to headlines suggesting that these forms of media were responsible for all the world’s problems and … Read More

Could anyone really survive a nuclear Fallout?

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The emergency broadcast system is broadcasting on all frequencies and channels, you’re being told that this is it- the nuclear apocalypse. You gather all the supplies you can get your hands on, find the deepest hole and prepare yourself for the worst. The question is where is really the best … Read More

Science-Fiction versus Science Fact

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We live in the future. This isn’t meant to be philosophical or grandiose; when you consider the incredible technological advances which have occurred over the last few decades the truth in that statement should be obvious. Some of the greatest Science Fiction stories have imagined technologies which were considered beyond … Read More

Weird Crowdfunding Tech

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Creative, original and every now and then bizarre; that is potentially the best way to describe crowdfunding. Since the mid 2000’s the amount of people contributing to crowdfunding has grown exponentially and it is an industry now worth an estimated £22.4 Billion ($34.4 Billion). If you’re unaware, the concept of … Read More

Tractor Beams: Getting a Grip on Reality

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The release of the new Star Wars film is almost upon us, marking nearly 40 years since the UK’s first screening of the original. Understandably, a great furore surrounds this latest instalment; however, the recent development of a fantasised technology from the first film is also cause for excitement. In … Read More