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The Dangers of Cyber Threats

For good or ill, cyberspace has evolved into a prime medium for activity and interaction. Shopping, socializing, work, recreation–so many actions that once required physical travel can now be done with the touch on a keyboard or the swipe of a finger. But like...

Walls and Fences

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall” The ongoing political debate of the two or so years since the most recent presidential election campaign began regularly brings to mind one of the first poems I remember learning as a child: Robert Frost’s Mending Wall. As...

How Accurate are Disaster Movies?

Some disaster movies, though fun to watch, are grossly hyperbolized. You know the type: massive tsunamis that swallow cities whole, supersized tornadoes, pandemics that sweep the globe and render humans into flesh-eating zombies. As hyped up as some of these films may...

The Impact of Nuclear Disasters

Nuclear power has become a key component of the world’s energy supply. It is the only clean-air source of energy that produces electricity nonstop, 24/7. Yet, despite its ubiquity and the world’s reliance upon it, the word “nuclear” cannot be spoken without a reminder...