Mark (executive editor) is a Portuguese-American, alternative journalist specializing in online journalism, social movements and global conflicts. His own program citizenreporter.org is one of the oldest and longest running current affairs podcasts on the internet. He enjoys ultimate frisbee and teaching new media in post-conflict countries.
Neutrinos discovered that are not from the earth’s atmosphere. Researchers at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the University of Madison-Wisconsin have made an eye opening discovery involving neutrinos with a level of energy far greater than any ever created by a human-made accelerator. In fact, these neutrinos do not appear to be from the earth’s atmosphere …Continue Reading
A critical views of our cities and society through art. “Rapport/Stadt Tapete” (1981) by contemporary artist Thomas Bayrle, a fantastic depiction of urban landscapes that shows the awe inspiring yet menacing living spaces that we have created. Source: AirdePAris.com\ urban photography
Who enjoys the library? Survey says: parents! In the aftermath of the digital revolution where seemingly everything is at your figure tips, on your screen, in the comfort of your own home, you may wonder who is frequenting the public library? In a time where many governments are cutting funding for both culture and education, …Continue Reading
UN releases first plan for ocean floor mineral extraction. 20 to 30 years from now you will be able to say you remember a time when mining the ocean floor for minerals was not an option. In just three short years, the world of mining is going to expand in a way the earth hasn’t …Continue Reading
Some people seem hard wired for math, while others do not. Back in 1999 neuropsychologist Brian Butterworth tackled the relationship between the brain and math in his book “What Counts: How Every Brain is Hardwired For Math.” In it, he talks about how every brain can be great at math but it depends on how you …Continue Reading