Thinker’s Chronicle

Thinker’s Chronicle

The Voice of Generation Z

Latest Edition

  • The Great Indian Celebration

    The Great Indian Celebration

    November 19th 2023 was supposed to be the day of the Great Indian Celebration; it was the final match in the cricket World Cup. Preparation for this great celebration had started many years back. In 2021, the Narendra Modi Stadium was inaugurated in Ahmedabad, India. The stadium is the biggest in the world today with…

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  • BJPsych Open Study Tests Psychological Traits Of Magicians

    BJPsych Open Study Tests Psychological Traits Of Magicians

    The British Journal of Psychiatry Open recently published an article titled “Psychotic and autistic traits among magicians and their relationship with creative beliefs.” It is a common belief that the creative self-efficacy of members of creative groups is associated with autistic and schizotypal traits. These schizotypal traits, like having positive unusual perceptual experiences The tests…

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  • How Hummingbirds Fly Through Spaces too Narrow for their Wings

    How Hummingbirds Fly Through Spaces too Narrow for their Wings

    Hummingbirds, with their vibrant plumage and astonishing aerial agility, are known for their remarkable hovering ability and swift flight, are among the smallest birds in the world. With over 300 species found in the Americas, hummingbirds showcase a dazzling array of colors and adaptations that have made them a source of fascination for both scientists…

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  • Syrian President’s Arrest Warrant

    Syrian President’s Arrest Warrant

    On the 15th of November, the French government issued international arrest warrants for Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, along with his brother and two senior officials over the use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians. Maher al-Assad, the president’s brother, heads a military unit whilst Ghassan Abbas and Bassam al-Hassan, the senior officials, work with the…

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  • Restoring and Protecting Forests: A Potential Solution for Removing 226 Gigatons of Carbon

    Restoring and Protecting Forests: A Potential Solution for Removing 226 Gigatons of Carbon

    A recent study published in Nature suggests that the restoration and protection of forests worldwide could remove approximately 226 gigatons of carbon from the atmosphere. This figure is equivalent to roughly 20 years of emissions from burning fossil fuels at current rates. The study provides a more reliable estimate compared to a previous controversial analysis…

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  • Mobile AI Assistant in a Lapel Pin

    Mobile AI Assistant in a Lapel Pin

    Humane Inc, the 2018 tech startup launched by two ex-Apple technologists, last week unveiled their revolutionary new technology––a lapel pin which reimagines the seamless integration of AI into users’ daily lives. Without a screen, the pin relies solely on the user’s speech to carry out its commands. From anything from creating a grocery list to…

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Our Mission

Our aim is to unveil new perspectives to a global audience. With plenty of news outlets already offering platforms for the earlier generation to speak, the Thinker’s Chronicle is meant for generation Z to be heard. Students are already changing the world one step at a time. Why not bring our viewpoints about the events that matter the most to us?

Through our coverage, we seek to encourage young readers to take an interest in current national and international issues. We strive to create an unbiased and safe environment for youths to gain information, improve scientific literacy, and be aware of current events. 







What Our Readers Say

“With its creative blend of articles, reviews, poetry and art, the Thinker’s Chronicle offers a fresh and unique perspective on the issues facing the world today. As a teacher, I firmly believe students benefit from reading the Thinker’s Chronicle, gaining insight about relevant real world issues and understanding the human condition through the art and poetry that expresses student’s unique creativity.”

D Miller

We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children.