Articles by: Andy Nagoya

Google’s Controversial Decision to Honor Yuri Kochiyama With Google Doodle

Google’s Controversial Decision to Honor Yuri Kochiyama With Google Doodle

On May 19, 2016, Google Doodle honored civil rights activist Yuri Kochiyama, a Japanese-American who was friends with Malcolm X. Kochiyama is a legendary civil rights activist to many Americans. However, her public endorsement of controversial figures like Che Guevara, Fidel Castro and Osama Bin Laden. Kochiyama was born to […]

by February 26, 2017 8 comments Politics, Trending, World
Powerball Winners Will Devote Their $528.8 Million to Charity

Powerball Winners Will Devote Their $528.8 Million to Charity

Although sometimes it seems like the world is filled with nothing but negative news, a couple who won a $528.8 million Powerball lottery ticket are offering some positive news. Marvin and Mae Acosta of California were one of a group of people who won the record $1.6 billion Powerball lottery […]

by February 18, 2017 7 comments Trending
There’s Something in There: New Scans Suggest Blockbuster Discovery at King Tut’s Tomb

There’s Something in There: New Scans Suggest Blockbuster Discovery at King Tut’s Tomb

The Curse of the Pharaohs suggests that there will be terrible implications whenever humanity dares to open a the mummy of an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh. The idea of the curse started in the 19th century when bad things seemed to happen when the tombs were discovered. The curse became infamous […]

by February 10, 2017 4 comments Science, Trending, World
28 Pages of 9/11 Report Declassified:  Explosive Revelations About Saudi Arabia

28 Pages of 9/11 Report Declassified: Explosive Revelations About Saudi Arabia

The George W. Bush administration classified thousands of documents after the terrorist hijackings of three commercial airlines brought down the World Trade Center and crashed into the Pentagon. A fourth airplane was heroically crashed by passengers who stopped the terrorists from crashing it into the White House. For the last […]

by February 9, 2017 7 comments Politics, World
Scientists May Be Preparing to Announce Discovery of an Earth-Like Planet

Scientists May Be Preparing to Announce Discovery of an Earth-Like Planet

The incredible advancements of scientific instrumentation and technology has led to an exciting new era in the discovery of exoplanets. Now, new reports indicate that scientists may be hiding the discover of an earth-in-waiting. According to German newspaper Der Spiegel, astronomers have discovered a new planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, which […]

by February 2, 2017 5 comments Science, Trending, World
Stone Age Spheroids May Be As Much Weapon as Tool

Stone Age Spheroids May Be As Much Weapon as Tool

Scientists have revised their opinion about prehistoric stones known as “spheroids.” Long thought to have been mere hand tools used by prehistoric people, scientists have now decided that the evidence points to more dynamic uses as projectiles for hunting. The scientists published their findings in an article entitled “A Dynamical […]

by January 30, 2017 6 comments Science
Discovery Channel’s Miniseries Charts Rise of Harley Davidson

Discovery Channel’s Miniseries Charts Rise of Harley Davidson

Discovery Channel’s new miniseries, Harley & the Davidsons, will premiere on September 5. The drama will be a six-hour exploration about the birth of iconic motorcycle brand Harley Davidson. The six hours will play out over three nights into two-hour blocks. Arthur Davidson and William Harley founded the company in […]

by January 25, 2017 6 comments Arts, Trending
Captain Cook’s Ship Endeavor Discovered off the Coast of Newport, Rhode Island

Captain Cook’s Ship Endeavor Discovered off the Coast of Newport, Rhode Island

Marine archaeologists have announced that they may have solved a mystery dating back 200 years to the loss of Captain Cook’s ship, Endeavor. The announcement comes after a decade of underwater exploration. Captain Cook’s Endeavor was built in Whitby for the purpose of carrying coal from the north east of […]

by January 19, 2017 6 comments Trending, World
New York’s Central Park Reopens Four Acre Secret Garden

New York’s Central Park Reopens Four Acre Secret Garden

A four-acre peninsula in Central Park has remained unchanged and uninhabited – by humans, that is – since the days of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Now the secret garden has been reopened for the first time in more than 60 years, promising unparalleled views of nature for the nation’s most populated […]

by January 15, 2017 6 comments Science, Trending, World
Legal Battle Over Bones of “Kennewick Man” Ends As 9,000 Year Old Remains Will Be Re-Buried

Legal Battle Over Bones of “Kennewick Man” Ends As 9,000 Year Old Remains Will Be Re-Buried

A long battle between science and spirituality has now ended, with spirituality the victor thanks to genetic testing which confirms that 9,000 year old human remains are indeed those of a Native American. The “Kennewick Man” was discovered by the banks of the Columbia River in Washington several years ago. […]

by January 12, 2017 6 comments Science, World