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Monthly Archives: March 2021

The future possibility of hacking reality

Despite that, currently, the number of interactions people have with virtual reality are relatively few and far between it is certainly on the rise. The time for plugging into the simulation appears far away for now, but in reality it is most likely only a few decades away from the first trials. Lets take a dive into the possibilities for misuse of this type of technology.

Earth’s most destructive computer virus

It doesn’t take much thought to imagine the possibility of a virus which could change the internet as we know it. Similar incidents have occurred in the past, even if on a smaller scale which show that this could be possible. Lets take a dive into how this could be achievable on the modern internet.

Where now for the Republican party?

After Biden’s win in the 2020 American Election, it is clear that the momentum behind the Republican party is weaker than its supporters had hoped. Will the party adapt to changing circumstances and persue a more central agenda, or risk retaining Trumpism and its short-lived success?

Has the usefulness of the Phillips curve come to an end?

The Phillips curve’s assertion of a causal relation between economic growth, inflation and unemployment has been used as a navigation tool buy policy makers for decades. However, Ben Goree argues that less attention should be paid to a model which has become outdated since the rise of globalisation, despite the opportunities it offers for politicians with re-election bids.