This week on Unpartisan, we cover everything you wish you didn’t know about the news…
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San Francisco, CA: Following Apple’s public introduction of the company’s latest techno-bauble yesterday, creatively dubbed the Apple Watch, Apple has continued to keep public interest and stock rises going by releasing information today on a slew of accessories that will make the Apple Watch even more responsive and more expensive.
In what may be one of the most important events in the study of sociophysics, longtime social media guru Nancy Krupp found herself in an infinite hashtag loop that has made the paradox of time travel seem trivial.
In a recent study on the study of how the gender of a hurricane’s name affects the public’s fear of the storm, it has been found that most researchers don’t interact with women.
With the unveiling of Dragon V2 by SpaceX, the combined efforts of multiple transit authorities in the United States such as the MTA, CTA, METRO, and MBTA have unveiled a prototype of their own: the space tollbooth.
Google has halted production on their line of self-driving cars after the prototypes reportedly started becoming self-aware.
In an effort to curtail any misleading beliefs that soft drinks may have an ingredient that sounds slightly good for you, the companies PepsiCo and Coca-Cola recently announced that they would discontinue the use of brominated vegetable oil in all of its products.
The Department of Homeland Security began putting a plan into action yesterday that would shift government offices away from the use of Internet Explorer.
British Petroleum spokesman Gerald McSlick announced the results of a two-year study that proves oil spills may actually be good for the environment.
With the Easter holiday over once again, parents are left with the question that remains a mystery in developmental psychology: “Why does my child cry when sitting on the Easter Bunny’s lap for a picture?”