Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Humanity is getting pretty good at looking deep into space. We've peered back over 13 billion light-years. We've seen - actually seen - two neutron stars colliding. We're homing in on fast radio bursts, and we're about to see,...
If you look back far enough into Earth's hazy, long-forgotten prehistory, things get weird.   Like the battered face of the Moon, our own planet is covered in craters: a scarred legacy of millions of years of brutal, unforgiving asteroid impacts....
People accumulate reusable garbage in their homes without knowing how to use them. Environmentalists suggest creating a compost pit for better and more abundant plant growth. It is also highly recommended so that landfills would not overflow as it...
Clean water is one of the primary needs of a person. It aids in bodily functions such as cleansing the system and digesting food. Nowadays, most of the planet’s water is contaminated due to different waste materials humans dumped...
More and more parents are starting to encourage their children to become musically-inclined. Kids engaged in music lessons enable skill development easier. Further, the latest research revealed, learning instruments improve children's other abilities such as reading comprehension, language, and...

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The lack of awareness of cheap labor and the exploitation of people keeps modern day exploitation concealed in the dark.

Modern Day Exploitation: Cheap Labor Cost In The Semiconductor Industry

Exploitation in the modern age is a hidden crime. Victims are powerless, voiceless, and trapped in their situations because of poverty.  The low cost of...