The Last of the Drifters

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VRG: ‘Afraid To Love’

We sat down with musician VRG to talk about his latest release ‘Afraid To Love’, which releases February 12th, and his process on creating the music we grow with.

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Are We Living in a Simulation?

A simulation is defined as an imitative representation of a system, or process, that utilizes the function of another. The simulation theory proposes that it is highly likely that our world, or the perception of it, is a simulation in a multi-verse system.

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VRG: ‘Afraid To Love’

We sat down with musician VRG to talk about his latest release ‘Afraid To Love’, which releases February 12th, and his process on creating the music we grow with.

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The Importance of Embracing Our Differences

We live in a country that promotes freedom and a country that celebrates independence; with that, every single city in the United States is unique in its own right. We have cities that celebrate diversity and others that celebrate their own heritage and cultures passed down from their first settlers. Some traditions are born out of hatred and are non-inclusive of others based on opposing views, some traditions include all people and share the experience with the spirit of giving. You cannot have a country that includes such a vast and expansive group of people from all over the world

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Origins of the Coronavirus

It’s Lima, Peru – A young man’s bones are aching with pain, a high fever along with headaches take over his body. Deep in the Bolivian Amazon the 22-year-old farmer from the village Samuzabeti dies. Amid analyzing samples from the young male, the doctors identify a rather strange Ebola-like illness a previously unknown member of the arenavirus family. This virus has been keyed the Chapter virus. It was named after the strong coca that grows in the Samuzabet region where the virus was initially located. This is worth mentioning when we consider the current climate around our health. Even as

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Climate Change and COVID-19

COVID-19 shutdowns on climate change The coronavirus has caused many changes worldwide in the past two months. Entire cities have closed, trains and air fares have almost stopped, public spaces are closed, concerts are canceled, ski resorts are closed. Much of life has stopped, as has much of the world’s production of greenhouse gases. “These COVID’19 effects are main causes the climate change in the entire world”. Climate change in the USA due to COVID 19 Compared to this time to last year, contamination levels in New York have been slimmed down by about 50% due to measures to contain

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Are We Living in a Simulation?

A simulation is defined as an imitative representation of a system, or process, that utilizes the function of another. The simulation theory proposes that it is highly likely that our world, or the perception of it, is a simulation in a multi-verse system.

Read More »
Photo by Wylly Suhendra

The Importance of Embracing Our Differences

We live in a country that promotes freedom and a country that celebrates independence; with that, every single city in the United States is unique in its own right. We have cities that celebrate diversity and others that celebrate their own heritage and cultures passed down from their first settlers. Some traditions are born out of hatred and are non-inclusive of others based on opposing views, some traditions include all people and share the experience with the spirit of giving. You cannot have a country that includes such a vast and expansive group of people from all over the world

Read More »
Photo by Matthias Koch

Origins of the Coronavirus

It’s Lima, Peru – A young man’s bones are aching with pain, a high fever along with headaches take over his body. Deep in the Bolivian Amazon the 22-year-old farmer from the village Samuzabeti dies. Amid analyzing samples from the young male, the doctors identify a rather strange Ebola-like illness a previously unknown member of the arenavirus family. This virus has been keyed the Chapter virus. It was named after the strong coca that grows in the Samuzabet region where the virus was initially located. This is worth mentioning when we consider the current climate around our health. Even as

Read More »

Climate Change and COVID-19

COVID-19 shutdowns on climate change The coronavirus has caused many changes worldwide in the past two months. Entire cities have closed, trains and air fares have almost stopped, public spaces are closed, concerts are canceled, ski resorts are closed. Much of life has stopped, as has much of the world’s production of greenhouse gases. “These COVID’19 effects are main causes the climate change in the entire world”. Climate change in the USA due to COVID 19 Compared to this time to last year, contamination levels in New York have been slimmed down by about 50% due to measures to contain

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How To Radicalize the Youth in Three Easy Steps!

A TWO PARTS WHISKEY COLUMN Somewhere in a secret base hidden in Mount Everest, billionaire pedophiles lurk ominously in the shadows, laughing maniacally as we all inject ourselves with 5g nano-vaccines and poison one another with carbon dioxide. Or whatever the fuck it is people believe this month. I get the general idea of most conspiracies: there’s a long-existing hidden hand of worldwide governments that are controlling narratives and pushing society toward some direction or another. Cool, cool, cool. I like conspiracies, I smoke weed too. But then some cunt comes along and layers on pounds of their own bullshit,

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Diabetes and Income

The Evidence: Diabetes and Income Income inequality in the US has recently increased dramatically. Poverty is a great contributor to death and diseases, so are nonclinical factors such as education, employment, race, ethnicity, and geography that influence health outcomes. Although income inequality exacerbates health disparities, poor health also contributes to reduced income, creates a negative feedback loop also referred to as health-poverty trap. Basically, low-income Americans have high rates of physical limitations and heart diseases, diabetes, stroke, and other chronic conditions. This is for the fact that low-income Americans face greater barriers to accessing medical care compared to higher-income earners

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Florida Cop is Planting Drugs and Raising Questions.

First of all, Florida as a state has been known to have a higher than usual arrest for “Drug-Related Offenses.” So it is at no surprise to find videos of law enforcement attempting to gain power or move through the ranks while falsifying arrests. This specific officer has set over 120 innocent people up with fraudulent jail time or legal fees and battles for personal gain. Keep in mind, we are not promoting that all Florida Law Enforcement Officers are bad. Not every cop is out there setting up innocent people. However, as more information like this hits the internet

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