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MythBusters Claim #1

Claim 1 (p.6 ): “People born in Asia were not allowed to become American citizens….” (6).

When researching this claim, keep in mind two things: Asia includes many countries other than Japan, and the author is referring to the way things were in 1941, just prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor. 144 more words


Mythbuster: Yes, Geography Still Matters In the Internet Age

Given the rate of technological development over the last few decades, it is tempting to think that geography no longer matters when it comes to the global economy. 438 more words


"Fearless Girl"

True story, there was this one time I… but that’s beside the point.

“Statue of Girl Confronts Bull, Captivating Manhattanites and Social Media,” New York Times, (nytimes.com) 136 more words


Myths about migrants and refugees

Myth #1: Migrants and refugees are a drain on the economy.

Migrants are a net economic benefit to the economy, both in terms of GDP and taxes paid. 395 more words

Migrant And Refugee Rights

Jake & Leon #309: Mythbusting Never Dies

Remember when I suggested that two strips ago? I finally got to see the finale this week and I’m satisfied with the results. Had they kept Tamera, Martin, and Allen on as well it would have been really cool. 234 more words

Television Spotlight

FeVRier: The Myth of the gameless PSVR

The internet thrives on the creation of myths and the spreading of misinformation parading as facts. In such an enlightened age, where information is available on tap 24 hours a day 7 days a week it is incredible to think that many take what they see on the internet at face value and blindly believe it without doing research. 1,342 more words