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March Outrage-O-Meter: Noah and the 31 days of offensiveness

Three months in, this project has started to yield some conclusive results. I came into this knowing that liberals get offended by LGBT and race issues while conservatives get offended by anything involving Obama or anything that questions God. This month, the media was focused on two big issues: the missing Malaysia airliner, and the crisis in Ukraine. This month was also a very bad month for fans of satire. Continue reading March Outrage-O-Meter: Noah and the 31 days of offensiveness

What happened to communications for Malaysian Flight 370?

There’s been speculation about the mystery of Malaysian Flight 370 ever since the world heard of its disappearance. With all the rumors of terrorism, pilots deliberately cutting off contact and the possible horrifying accidents (for example, a meteor spotted around the planes time of take-off), the world is sliding out of their seats and biting nails just waiting for answers. Although some people might feel they have a reasonable knowledge of a plane’s technology from watching “Lost,” others must speculate how in this day and age an enormous Boeing 777 could completely disappear. Don’t we have technology for this type of situation? Continue reading What happened to communications for Malaysian Flight 370?