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Take Care, Not Antibiotics

Bacteria are amongst the oldest living things in this planet. They are the smallest thing we consider to be life and can be found everywhere. Most bacteria are actually harmless. Your body hosts trillions of bacteria that help you to survive. However, some bacteria can invade your body, spread quickly and cause diseases that can sometimes kill you. Millions of people died due …

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Mortal Engines Book Review

Mortal Engines is set in a steampunk world, trampled by moving cities. Following Darwin’s basic theories of animal eat animal, or in this case ‘city eat city’. Its protagonist: Tom, has his world shattered when he sees a hooded assassin attack his hero Thaddeus Valentine. Desperately wanting to be recognised by Valentine, Tom gives chase after the assassin. The attempted …

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SkySaga Game Review

SkySAGA, many will say, is similar to the world phenomenon Minecraft, thus making some players want to play it and in contrast some not. However, this doesn’t set it apart from the amazing gaming world as the graphics and the effort put into this game is one of the best I’ve seen for a game which is only in alpha! Moreover, …

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2016: The Superbowl at 50

112 million. The population of the UK and Kenya added together. The probability of being crushed by a vending machine. The amount of sales Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has. The amount of revenue Wreck it Ralph made ,in US Dollars. And the amount of people who watched Superbowl 50 this year. However, that is not the record. In …

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Mourinho: A Look Back at the Chelsea Years

Well, the day finally came. Roman Abramovich has this week sacked Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for failing to do his job. A new manager is in, the club is still in peril, but Mourinho is on an aeroplane, or a desert island somewhere, with £40 million pounds in his bank account. But why was he sacked? And why do the …

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Star Wars Battlefront Review

   Star Wars Battlefront Review ★★ As a fan of the original Battlefront games on the Playstation 2 I was extremely excited for the release of this game, the idea of playing on all the familiar planets from the beloved Star Wars franchise was something to look forward to after years of repetitive shooters such as Call of Duty. The …

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Suffragette – Modernising Feminism

I was excited to see Suffragette, having heard that it explored the feminist movement. The film itself was incredible and the audience was left in astounded silence when the dates on which individual countries gave the vote to women were listed. The film was an emotional roller-coaster; it was gleeful when the movement appeared to stand a chance of getting …

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Macbeth Review

Macbeth Review ★★★★★ Practical newcomer director Justin Kurzel has managed to astound critics and casual viewers alike with his rendition of William Shakespeare’s classic. Do not be fooled this film still uses the old English dialect but is orchestrated in such a way that allows the audience to insinuate it’s true meaning. As the film poetically displays a tyrannical ruler …

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Jonah Lomu- A Look Back

The rugby world is in mourning. It is in mourning because one of its greatest all time players has died at the age of 40. He scored 37 international tries in his career for New Zealand, and he still holds the record for the youngest player ever to start for them, at the age of just 19. His skill and …