Alex Hernandez | March 3, 2023 Mobile gaming is a big business. With smartphones becoming more capable every year and cloud gaming improving, gamers are looking at portable gaming consoles with increased interest. The Nintendo Switch OLED, Logitech G Cloud, and Steamdeck are just a few choices out on the market, but have one thing in common: … More Razer Edge 5G review: I’ve got mixed feelings about this
We’ve been told by multiple parties, that trying to fix the US Education system is a fool’s errand, and only indicates that the aspirants have masochistic tendencies. Maybe so, but there is simply too much at stake to let things continue on their current trajectory. A major part of the challenge here is that there … More Fixing Education
NOTE: This is behind a paywall, though a free trial is available. If you don’t want to give up your primary e-mail address may I suggest getting a burner address at Yahoo or Hotmail which is free to use. Commentary “Attempting to control mucosal respiratory viruses with systemically administered non-replicating vaccines has thus far been largely … More Dr. Fauci Comes Clean on Vaccines and Respiratory Viruses
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Dori this morning. His voice will be sorely missed in our community. Source: Seattle radio personality Dori Monson dead at 61
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I know of 2 individuals who are jabbed and boosted that have been battling shingles, apparently, this is a ‘possible side effect’ of the jabs and boosters, so when Dr. Berg put out advice for dealing with shingles, I had to listen and then share, in case any…
Two brothers, Loy Brunson and Raland Brunson, both filed a court case in Utah. Loy’s case is still pending in Utah, but Raland’s case has now made it to the Supreme Court docket. As most of you probably know, getting a case docketed with SCOTUS (while it is still undecided in the 10th circuit court … More Interesting SCOTUS case hit the docket: Brunson vs Adams, et al. We have never seen anything like this before.
We often write about the subject of electric cars here at Techaeris. My attraction to electric vehicles is their performance potential rather than their environmental impact, but I know a large segment of the audience is concerned with the latter. As I was winding down Labor Day weekend yesterday, I fell upon a documentary called, … More What’s with zero emissions and green energy?
If American politics teaches us anything, it is that voting patterns are unpredictable. While certain things remain generally true over time, in any given election, last-minute surprises can alter what had seemed to be an almost certain result. With that said, there are strong indications that a significant shift is underway in one segment of … More Young Women and the Politics of Marriage
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