Archive for May, 2013

Microchip Memories

May 30, 2013

What if your memories could be downloaded, backed up, and implanted into your brain? According to CNN, scientists from MIT, University of South Carolina, and Wake Forest and other prestigious schools, are saying that major memory rejuvenation has been achieved on test mice and other specimen. Soon this technology will make its way into curing [...]

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Troubling Tornadoes

May 22, 2013

I often associate tornadoes with the Wizard of Oz because Dorothy was transported to the magical land of Oz by a tornado. However, for many Americans, tornadoes represent the exact opposite of a magical land, they represent loss and destruction. On May 20, 2013, a massive tornado struck an area outside of Oklahoma City. As a [...]

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New Key Summer Intensive Camps Just Announced

May 18, 2013

The Key recently announced that it will be holding 3 new summer intensive camps for high school students on the UCLA campus this summer.  The camps run from late July to early August, and cover entrepreneurship, writing and leadership.  Each camp includes housing in the dorms at UCLA, food, local transportation and all course materials.  [...]

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