You’ve probably heard of the fake moon landing theory, or 9/11 truthers, or the Obama-is-Kenyan theories.
Photo courtesy of Mike Beauregard via Flickr. Evidence suggests that the lack of catastrophic asteroid collisions on Earth has been simply blind luck, and that random large-scale impacts pose risk to the planet.
Photo courtesy of Eric Golub via Flickr. As global warming seems inevitable at current emission levels, many have looked to radical geoengineering as a solution. However, deliberately altering the world’s climate may do more harm than good.
photo by West Point via Flickr Large scale cyber breaches containing sensitive government information are more common than ever before, and their frequency, according to PEW research, is forecasted to trend upwards.
As online networks like Facebook and Twitter become digital stomping grounds for everyday life, it makes sense that they also have roles to play in criminal behavior, from petty to first degree.
Photo courtesy of European Commission DG Echo via Flickr. It’s been a quarter of a century since the United Nations drafted and passed the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Even so, millions of children across the world have continued to suffer.
photo by UK Ministry of Defense via Flickr Semi-autonomous missiles capable of deciding who and how to attack are already in the hands of militaries around the world, and continue to make strides in sophistication.
Photo courtesy of Rafael Matsunaga via Wikipedia. The stock market is rising while volatility is reaching new lows – here’s why that could actually spell trouble.