JASDF F-35A Crash Due to “Spatial Disorganization”

Kai Huang - 2B Computer
Posted on: June 26, 2019

On 9 April 2019, a Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A crashed into the northern Pacific Ocean during a night training exercise. While debris from the crash was found quickly after the military became aware of the incident, it did not answer any questions about the cause. How could an experienced pilot with over 3000 flight […]

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Canada to Remove Legal Tender Status from Old Bank Notes

Bank of Canada -

Note: This is an info article sentby the Bank of Canada to the IronWarrior, as part of an initiative tohelp Canadians understand what thesenew changes will mean for them. Removing legal tender status from bank notes: What it means for you  You may have heard the term “legal tender” in the news recently. That’s because […]

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Highlights of E3 2019

Kai Huang - 2B Computer

The Electronic EntertainmentExpo (E3) is one of the mostsignificant events each year for thevideo gaming industry. The three day trade show features presentationsgalore, giving the world a sneakpeak into upcoming releases. Theevent has just wrapped up for 2019,with significant reveals from manycompanies about their future projects. Nintendo took to the stagewith one of the most […]

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Canada to Ban Single Use Plastics in 2 Years

Stone He - 2B Mechanical

Earlier this month, the Trudeau government announced that a ban of harmful single-use plastics will be implemented in 2021, in order to reduce the amount of waste and pollution created from plastic products and packaging. The ban would cover commonly in use plastics such as grocery bags, plastic cutlery, straws, plastic wrap and polystyrene (Styrofoam™) […]

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Income Sharing Agreements

Janny Wang - 2B Nanotechnology

Presently, the trendiest sourceof heart wrenching despair forMillennials is student loans, withgood reason. The debt hangs likea Damocles’ sword over the headso f millennials , who stave offdestruction only by wrenching thesacrificial dagger into the heart ofmainstay industries, from brunch tosupermarkets, and presenting thefallen corpses to their debtors asa blood offering. The prescribed cures are […]

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Iran War

Hassan Ali - 2B Nanotechnology

The repeated abuses of the Iranian people over the past century are among the most egregious examples of American and British violence. The recent escalation of tension between the United States and Iran, where the US is the sole aggressor, represent a grave threat to the Iranian people, the entirety of the Middle East region, […]

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Financial Worries BEFORE University: How Ontario Can Improve Its Education

Thomas Dedinsky - VP Academic

Hey readers! I wanted to take the opportunity for the third exec article of the term, with the recent worries of OSAP and how to manage finances at the postsecondary level, to take a step back to the secondary and elementary level of education. What expectation are they setting with current youth through their personal […]

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Letter From the Editor

Janny Wang - Editor-In-Chief

In the latest edition of historical story time for engineers, I am proud to present a recounting of the various waves of fratricidal socialist infighting in the Russian Revolution. The generic picture of a revolution is an angry mob festooned with red, against a backdrop of billowing smoke and ruinedpalaces, with a Trotsky or a […]

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