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the Social media future DILEMMA

Watching the social dilemma uncovered an element of social media many people have been experiencing, but it hasn’t been talked about much. A part of that is because social media is a new phenomenon & we haven’t had chance to collect the data on it’s true effectiveness yet. The main social media culprits are facebook, snapchat, instagram and twitter, especially in the West. All of these companies have grown to be billion dollar multinational corporations with huge influence. I’ve been on twitter for six months and I can say it is a cerebral cesspool with all sorts of ideas and insults being thrown around for fun. One of the reasons why I think twitter is good however, is because of the potential for psychological use, and I think many people use it for a mental clean out without intention. On social media platforms, no matter what your personal ideology is, you will always find someone or a group of people to confirm your perceived correctness. that’s good in a way because it’s a way for lonely minds to get company, but confirmation bias will raise up quickly. You can find answers to questions you want and you see this with the useless bullshit questions people ask randomly on twitter to try and maintain a ‘fanbase’, but it helps maintain interaction. If you  have anger problems it’s the perfect place to vent, and project all of your internalised insecurities and negative emotions onto any unsuspected twitter user.

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The rise of the average looking popstar

Musicians have been known to be good looking and in shape throughout entertainment history. There have been exceptions to this rule but if you look at the music artists who dominate the industry over long periods of time, they are usually appealing to the eye. This is why it was such a shock when Susan Boyle from Britain’s got talent became so popular. Continue reading The rise of the average looking popstar

Hyperbaric Chamber saves Eden’s life

A two year old who drowned in a swimming pool has undergone first-of-its-kind reversal of brain surgery using a combination of oxygen therapies. Two year old Eden Carlson slipped through a baby gate and made it past a heavy door while her mother was in the shower, before eventually falling into the swimming pool. She was in the water for 15 minutes before being discovered and wasn’t successfully resuscitated for two hours.   Continue reading Hyperbaric Chamber saves Eden’s life