“He will be remembered as an amazing scientist, engineer, professor, and mentor.” Those were the words of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSP) when it announced the death of its member Dr. George R.
Daily Archives: January 14, 2021
More Off-White x Nike Sneaker Collabs Are on the Way
There are more Off-White x Nike/Air Jordan sneaker collaborations on the way, as confirmed by Virgil Abloh himself through his public—domain.com website yesterday. The interactive webpage was designed to mirror the look of Abloh’s computer screen, giving users access to various catalogs including previously unseen sneaker samples but also provided a glimpse of what’s in the works between the duo.
THE CIA HAS RELEASED A MASSIVE TROVE OF UF0 DOCUMENTS THAT ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC
Unidentified objects in the sky aren’t new, but the UFO as we know it now—a mysterious, saucer-shaped object—first came into focus in the 1940s. The U.S. government had no choice but to investigate reports about them; the second World War had ended and the Cold War was revving up, so strange things in the sky could be some kind of threat.
The History of Violent Attacks on the U.S. Capitol
On Wednesday, far-right insurrectionists stormed and occupied the U.S. Capitol as Congress met to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election. The mob forced lawmakers to flee for safety, smashed windows, vandalized offices and posed for photos in the House chambers. One woman died after being shot by law enforcement, an officer with the U.S. Capitol Police died from injuries sustained during the fighting, and three other people died from medical emergencies during the riot, reports CNN.