When Britain broke away from Europe, the whole world was rocked. But it turns out, it wasn't even the first time.
Famous cosmologist and astrophysicist Stephen Hawking appeared in Hong Kong for a conference. By appeared, it means he was projected via hologram technology.
After quitting the European Union, the British government has expressed its utmost support to the European Space Agency.
According to studies, more than 70% of Americans are frustrated over the outcome of the election. Likewise, 72% of young people ages 18-30 have expressed their exasperation surrounding the Brexit vote.
There had been hearsays from the past years that the older generation is oddly dissatisfied with the decisions made by the youth of today. It is without a doubt that the lifestyle of the younger generation differ to that of the Baby Boomers as influenced by culture, technology, modernization and, even, globalization. The question is, is this just the typical we're-older-we-know-better thing, or is there scientific proof to prove so?