Last week we took a look at 20 NBA mock drafts in an effort to compile the combined data into one to create a meta-mock draft, or what’s known as a “consensus draft.” This week we’re looking back to see who was right and wrong. Continue reading The Oracles (and shams) of Mock Draft Predicting
The birds are chirping, the sky is blue, and the whole NBA world is wondering where the eurostar Luka Doncic is going to drop in this year’s draft. Continue reading A Meta-analysis of 20 NBA Mock Drafts
Losing a battle was seen as dishonoring the clan, and sometimes the samurai themselves would take their own lives in shame. The nation was tearing itself down from the inside. Continue reading What Led to the End of the Japanese Feudal System?
America is not an ideal democracy, it is an inadequate one. A democratic country built by the people, for the people cannot be successful if the people are not effectively partaking. Continue reading America’s Voting Problems
Racing Extinction highlights the Anthropocene Extinction Event and the need for human intervention before climate change reversal is intangible. Continue reading Racing Extinction: An Audience Analysis
The only system that accounts for human rights is a system of government regulation that would ensure water quality is adequate and resources are effectively used. Continue reading Water Rights and Wrongs
How do you morally evaluate one’s life? Is it based off of society’s standards, personal standards, or are there absolute moral truths that are ever existent, even without the intervention of people? Continue reading The Value of a Life: A Moral Evaluation of Schindler’s List’s Oskar Schindler