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About Adam St. Pierre

I'm a freelance journalist that enjoys practically any form of writing. In my spare time I like to explore the wilderness, get lost in the internet, and wrestle bears.

5 Motivational Wartime Stories You Have to Hear

Nobody looks forward to times of war. The concept of the same species killing because of small disagreements is a disheartening one to think about. In times of war we have to endure suffering and witness terrible things. The recent addition of WW1 soldier diaries to national online archives details the horrors of war from the perspective of British soldiers. [...]

By |January 14th, 2014|Current Events, Good Deeds, Lists, Politics|1 Comment

Three Superfoods You Should Be Eating

So what exactly is a superfood? Does it wear a cape and fight crime with laser vision? Not exactly, but that would be pretty awesome. Superfood is a term that nutritional experts made to classify foods that are loaded with health benefits. Each one is jam packed with nutritional benefits that encourage a healthy lifestyle and even yield potential medical [...]

By |January 13th, 2014|Diet, Health, Lists|2 Comments

Marijuana vs Alcohol

Marijuana vs Alcohol: Who is the Real Killer? With the legalisation of marijuana for recreational use in states like Colorado, our societies are beginning to reevaluate the effects of the once taboo drug. Decades ago leaders like Ronald Regan pioneered efforts to eliminate all drug use. Since then, the “War on Drugs” has drained  a ton of money from the [...]

By |January 12th, 2014|Culture, Current Events, Featured, Health|13 Comments

Counterfeit Goods Holding Our Well-being Hostage

Cheaper Goods, But At What Cost? The counterfeiting industry is a growing issue that effects human society on a global scale. It has managed to weave its way into almost every industry and continues to thrive, putting our safety and best interests in jeopardy. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development estimated that in only one year, counterfeited products rake [...]

By |January 10th, 2014|Business, Culture, Finance|1 Comment

The Top Tweeters to Follow in 2014

The Wild World of Twitter Back in 2006 when Twitter was created it introduced a whole new way for people to use social media. It essentially took the concept of blog posting and smashed it together with Facebook. Users can easily subscribe to each other, share information, and stay up to date with their own personalized feeds. A Diverse Selection [...]

By |January 9th, 2014|Culture, Current Events, Featured, Lists|19 Comments

Employment Creation: Work from home

Start a Career From Your Computer! For too long the hierarchical structure of the modern workplace has lead to people hating their jobs. We don’t want to be submissive, we don’t want to be treated unequally, and we most certainly don’t want to be fired for silly reasons. With the birth of the Internet a couple decades ago, the people [...]

By |January 9th, 2014|Business, Employment, Lists, Online Income, Technology|8 Comments

The Best Wearable Tech to Look for in 2014

Have Your Tech and Wear it Too The technology surrounding us is nothing short of astounding. This is especially true when you consider the fact that only a few hundred years ago a toilet that flushed was impressive. Competition amongst companies to have the most advanced technology is getting more intense with each passing year. In 2014, it looks like [...]

By |January 8th, 2014|Lists, Technology|1 Comment

The Use of Animals in Wartime

Animals in Warfare It’s pretty common to see someone ordering their dog to do little tricks for everyone to watch. They sit, rollover, and shake hands all for a little treat. What most people don’t realise is that the intelligence and usefulness of animals goes far beyond these simple tricks, especially during wartime. War Animals As crazy as it may [...]

By |January 7th, 2014|Nature, Politics|1 Comment

Mission to Mars: Call Yourself the First Martian

Calling All Potential Martians! A century ago, if you told someone that a human would walk on the moon they would have probably said you were crazy. A hundred years and six successful moon landings later, the question is no longer whether or not we can make it there. Instead, we find ourselves asking: What next? Humans don’t like stopping [...]

By |January 6th, 2014|Featured, Role models, Technology|1 Comment

PolyHeme: The New “Super Blood” Substitute

New “Super Blood” Taking the Medical Scene by Storm A new breakthrough in medical treatment in America is showing promising benefits when it comes to replacing blood. The scientists at Northfield Laboratories have developed an amazing new artificial blood substitute called PolyHeme. Since fresh blood is not always readily available, people in the health industry have searched tirelessly to find [...]

By |January 5th, 2014|Featured, Health, Technology|1 Comment