Author Archives: Bryce Cullen

Life after death in a tree?

Life after death already does not sound very pleasant; however the environment doesn’t seem to benefit too much from it either. With the synthetic wood, synthetic cushioning and the metals mostly used in the average coffin, including the concrete used to reinforce a grave, these methods are not good for our environment. The single uses of the supplies needed, that

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Terminator in the making?

Russia has recently seemed to have crafted a Terminator prototype although they assure you it is not to be mistaken as a Terminator. A Russian technology company and military research agency have joined forces to forge a gun- toting A.I robot named FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research). The name may be rather strange, but anything is better than a

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The hydrogen powered Chevy

General Motors and the U.S. Army have some serious ingenuity; the two of them created the first Chevrolet off-road truck that is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, not to be confused the fuel cell that does not burn hydrogen. Alternatively, hydrogen is pumped into the fuel cell where the ZH2 has gathered oxygen from the air outside. The two

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The Art of Apex

Update: The art pictured above is by Madie Maier; she won a Gold Key for the piece in Scholastics. It was featured on the front page of Wide Awake Wilson, an arts and entertainment guide featured weekly in The Wilson Times.  Our art students of Apex High School put forth a lot of time and effort into what they create. This

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