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Science Steps Up

“How the mind can move objects,” a news clip from CNN explains literally how a human mind can move objects! A brain-based computer technology company named NeuroSky has recently invented a device that detects human brain waves and use them … Continue reading

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Observing Amazon:

1.07 pm – Found a bench (slightly wet) in front of Sundance market. 1.08 pm –Take out a note pad and turning off the iPod. A man is stepping out from the store with a drink, a purple can? 1.11 … Continue reading

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Amazon’s Bread Talk

Where do you go on a rainy day in Amazon? Humble Bagel! Amazon’s finest bagel place for nothing beats a cold, rainy, foggy, depressing day than the smell of coffee and freshly toasted bagels. Walking, drenched with rain while trying … Continue reading

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Time to Eat the Sunlight!

Throw out your chargers and throw out your batteries. Why? Because a new solar cell has been invented! The technology comes in a panel that uses a photosensitive dye which absorbs in light and gives out energy (like how a … Continue reading

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Overcast Sky Creates a Quiet Amazon

Monday 25th of January, I decided to walk around the Amazon neighborhood once more. Instead of the Masonic Cemetery, the Amazon Park, or Sundance, I decided to take a walk along the alley of 24th and Potter Street and finally … Continue reading

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They Lied!

“Counting of Calories Isn’t Always Accurate” by Nicholas Bakalar, an article with a self-explanatory headline, discussed how frozen meals or food served at chain restaurants contain inaccurate calorie content. Inaccurate in this case means that sometimes the actual calories can … Continue reading

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A Sunny Walk!

A walk along the Amazon neighborhood By Kanyapak Wuttara Today, the group and I interviewed five people from the Amazon neighborhood. Our first assignment victim, Dave Reuter, is a father of a son who goes to a primary school here … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood

After class last thursday, the group and I went and explored the Amazon neighborhood down on 24th and Agate street, Eugene. The Amazon neighborhood ranges between 24th to 30th Avenues and Amazon Park to Agate Street. Knowing that the crazy … Continue reading

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Stupid Accidents

Talking on the phone while driving is a well-known dangerous combination for causing road accidents. Of course, it is a phrase that we’re all familiar with. Distracted driving used to be one of the biggest concerns for potential accidents. Before? … Continue reading

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Cold Wind?

In the past freezing winter break, I’m sure we all have noticed a dramatic climate change all across the globe. Having said that, I thought it would be interesting to analyze an article that might perhaps explain this weird phenomenon. … Continue reading

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