Science & Technology


The Future of Renewable Energy in Georgia

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review. By Swapnil Agrawal Georgia is going green – at your power bill’s expense. In late July, the Public Service Commission, Georgia’s regulatory tribunal for utilities, approved Georgia Power’s plan to generate 1,600 megawatts of renewable energy by 2021. According to EIA data,…

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Step by Step: How to Travel through Time

By Nasser Rizvi Physicists say time travel is possible and in fact has already happened. But before we examine how to travel through time, let’s discuss some background information about what time means in our universe. In fact, when you look up at the sky at night, you’re actually looking into the past. Light is…


Old Phones, New Opportunities in Healthcare

By Melissa Florkowski You may not realize it, but that Health application on your iPhone is good for a lot more than just counting the number of steps you take each day. It contains valuable information, tracking and personalized advice on health topics from nutrition and body measurements to vitals and reproductive health. There’s even…


Unmasking Anonymous

By Jake Frenkel The world recently mourned the victims of the Paris attacks in November of last year. After the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility, a network of hackers promised revenge. This group, known as Anonymous, received a surprising amount of support and admiration from many on social media who…


Fan (Courtroom) Duel

By Joseph Hendricks In 1979, Daniel Okrent unknowingly commenced a fantasy sports revolution with his invention of “rotisserie baseball.” Founded as a medium for self-proclaimed baseball “know-it-alls” to competitively test their convictions via head-to-head contests, rotisserie baseball has evolved into the fantasy sports industry which encompasses all major sports in season-long competitions. Daily fantasy sports…

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