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What Is Gaslighting?

What Is Gaslighting?

Gaslighting means to manipulate someone by psychological means into questioning their own sanity (Google). The term “gaslighting” comes from a 1938 play, “Gas Light.” The movie “Gaslight” was more widely known in 1944. A husband manipulates his wife to make her believe she is losing her grip on reality, so he can commit her to […]

Gulf of Maine Waters Continue to Warm

Gulf of Maine Waters Continue to Warm

An ocean "heat wave" just drove temperatures off Maine to near-record highs https://t.co/YlQv9pGWMW — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 1, 2018 On Aug. 8, 2018, the surface temperatures of the water in the Gulf of Maine hit 68.93°F in the Gulf of Maine.  This was only part of a month-long marine heat wave in the normally […]

Sunbury Diva Phoebe Austin Plans First Official Video

Sunbury Diva Phoebe Austin Plans First Official Video

Rising star, Phoebe Austin, could not have expected the interest surrounding the making of her first official video in Sudbury, Suffolk, U.K. Even through Austin has long been the talk of her region, recently, things have taken another upward turn for her with her signing to Shlepp Entertainment. She is working with Stevie Eagle E, […]

Paul Manafort Jury Asks Definition of Reasonable Doubt

Paul Manafort Jury Asks Definition of Reasonable Doubt

Virginia jurors were deliberating for the second day when President Donald J. Trump decided to weigh in on the trial. On Aug. 17, 2018, he called the trial of Paul Manafort “very sad” and said that the defendant was a “very good person.” Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, is on trial for bank and tax […]

Blue Lights Deter Intravenous Drug Users

Blue Lights Deter Intravenous Drug Users

Some stores have installed blue lights in their bathrooms to deter drug use. The blue light makes it difficult for intravenous drug users to see their veins. This idea has been available for some time; however, it is getting a fresh look due to the opioid epidemic across the nation. “The hardest-core opiate user still […]