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Once during a radio interview, Terrence Aym was asked what motivated him to write. He responded that he writes for two primary reasons: the first is to entertain and inform his readers; the second, writing gives him personal pleasure.
Aym tends towards a heterogeneous style. His goal's often to gather diverse elements or subjects and - using them like a catalyst - create a synergy between them. He believes this approach offers the reader a stimulating new perspective on both older news and breaking news.
Aym has been a guest on US radio stations as well as the featured guest on a premier South African radio show. His articles have been discussed on television and debated on nationwide radio shows such as Coast to Coast AM.
The news media has also discussed and debated Aym's articles and ideas. Some that have featured articles about Aym and his writing include ABC News, TIME, Business Insider, Smithsonian, Nature, Pravda, Salem-News.com, The Nation, Crunchgear.com and more.
Several of Aym's articles have been recently been re-published in foreign languages.
Recently, one of his articles made the syllabus of an LSU course.
Two articles that Aym wrote during the spring and summer of 2010 went viral around the world, caused heated debates on five continents, and were read by millions of people.
Currently, Aym has several book projects underway.
Some print publications Aym has written for include:
Personal Investing News Magazine
Individual Investor Magazine
Online Investor Magazine
The Los Angeles Sentinel, a daily newspaper
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(8 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 16, 2011 Was Arizona shooter driven mad by Mexican hallucinogen Salvia ?
Jared Loughner is the type of guy who fell into the self-made rut of never seeming to get things quite right. Depressed, isolated, obsessed with bizarre conspiracy theories, now new evidence has surfaced that a powerful hallucinogenic drug might have pushed him over the edge...
(7 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 27, 2010 The deadly health effects of TSA full body scanners
David J. Brenner, an expert on the effects of radiation stated that it's quite likely the TSA scanners will cause cancer in some individuals. Something isn't right with a major government agency...it's failed in its duty to inform Americans of the danger the scanners expose them to, and places many Americans in a no-win scenario more dangerous to frequent fliers than the ongoing threat posed by Islamic fundamentalists.
(16 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 27, 2010 Now government wants proof you're not a terrorist when buying a car
2011's brave new world - The rules that are set to be enforced starting 2011 will directly impact any American consumer seeking to finance a vehicle, house, townhouse, condominium, commercial property, or even a major appliance. The mandated rule also applies to any that hope to make payments on furniture, jewelry, loans on stock transactions...even medical services. It's called "Red Flags Rule"...
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, November 23, 2010 Childless couple builds robot son
Some childless couples opt for adoption, while others seek a family through in vitro fertilization. Tony and Judy Ellis of the UK decided on a different route towards having a family: they built a robot child.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, November 15, 2010 Robots want to clean your house - but will they do windows?
During the last several years, sophisticated robots have moved from novelties at trade shows to classrooms, companions at nursing homes, actors in live stage productions, security sentries, and even the focus of sexuality. The real robot revolution has arrived...
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, November 15, 2010 Woman arrested, handcuffed for eating candy and other outrageous societal breakdowns
Sociologists should apply for research grants to study some authorities' outbreak of idiocy. It's a social cancer that is definitely spreading and beginning to infect every level of American society. Fifty years ago, the protagonists in these incidents would have--at the very least--been instructed to see a psychiatrist. Now they are tolerated and people just cluck their tongues and shake their heads.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, November 4, 2010 3 foods that can kill you in minutes
Most people who dine out want a nice place to eat offering tasty food and good ambiance. But some seek adventure. And what better adventure than flirting with a meal that can kill you with your very next bite? Here are three of the deadliest dishes on Earth. There are other deadly dishes, but these (for some ungodly reason) are the most popular.
(11 comments) SHARE Thursday, November 4, 2010 Obama has become Democrat Party's 'poison pill'
The smart money in the DNC is that Obama has become anathema. None will voice this publicly, of course. Most House Democrats distanced themselves as much as they could during the elections. They shifted into survival mode. Many were unable to outrun the political tsunami against Obama. And make no mistake. The November elections were a referendum on Obama's policies--or lack of them.
(8 comments) SHARE Monday, November 1, 2010 Scientists: robot sex partners coming soon
As we advance further into the 21st Century ideas that were once the unique domain of science fiction and fantasy are becoming real. Many scientists in the field of artificial intelligence and robotics agree that sooner rather than later sexual robots will become available in the marketplace.
(9 comments) SHARE Monday, November 1, 2010 'Apocalypse Zombies' a possibility says scientist
A virulent rabies-influenza viral hybrid could lead to masses of infected victims turning into veritable zombies. The hapless former humans would exhibit all the classic features of the horror movies: the would become lumbering, mindless monsters with murderous tendencies and the ability to transform others into shuffling zombies with merely a bite. This gruesome possibility is discussed by Dr. Samita Andreansky.
(5 comments) SHARE Sunday, October 31, 2010 The Electric Supercar: 55mph for 375 Miles on 6-minute Charge!
The weak link in electric car technology is the battery. Now German company DBM has developed a battery with 97 percent efficiency and a jaw-dropping, ultra-fast recharge time of merely 6 minutes. The battery also provides enough juice to power a vehicle at a speed of 55mph for 375 miles. That would enable a motorist to take a drive up the coast from Los Angeles to San Francisco--a six-hour trip for a 6-minute charge up.
(8 comments) SHARE Friday, October 29, 2010 Top NASA astronaut discloses shuttle encounter with disc UFO
According to internal NASA reports--confirmed by Dr. Story Musgrave, a Payload Specialist crew member aboard the STS-80 mission--a disc-shaped object much larger than the orbiting American spacecraft suddenly appeared beneath the shuttle. At the time the Columbia was maintaining an altitude 190 nautical miles above Earth.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, October 27, 2010 Famous scientist declares Mars has life!
For years some eminent scientists have tried to bring the news to the world that Mars has life. Now another voice has been added to the chorus--that of world famous astrobiologist Chandra Wickramasinghe.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 23, 2010 The growing epidemic of children addicted to Internet porn
Internet pornography has destroyed careers, broken up marriages and led to financial ruin ... and those are just the downsides for adults who became addicted. Now a growing trend has emerged of addicted children--kids as young as 8 years old--who have become exposed and addicted to pornography.
(7 comments) SHARE Thursday, October 21, 2010 Mega-sex men face early death
Some men love sexual marathons. Yet like anything else, too much of a good thing can harm...or even kill.
Men who engage in sex 5, 10--even 15 times daily--run a very high risk of severely shortening their lifespans.
Medical records show that those that approach sex like a marathon runner can expose themselves to a myriad of life-threatening conditions. The 4 greatest risks are presented.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 28, 2010 Vladimir Putin, the Russian Superman
Russia's answer to America's John Wayne and Theodore Roosevelt, Putin is a hands-on, can do leader that can look death in the face or attend a state dinner with the same unflinching resolve. He is a man who can and will win for Mother Russia and the Russian people know it.
(13 comments) SHARE Friday, August 13, 2010 Living dinosaurs? Two species have been reported in Papua New Guinea
Despite the general consensus among orthodox zoologists that living pterosaurs don't exist, those that have actually traveled deep into Papua New Guinea's primitive rain forests and tiny offshore islands are convinced the creatures are living there now--especially since they have seen them firsthand.
(22 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 7, 2010 US Navy Stunned: Deadly new Chinese Missiles can Sink Every US Supercarrier
Patrick Cronin, a senior director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program that is part of the Washington, DC Center for a New American Security organization admits the DF 21D is designed to kill carriers--specifically US Naval carriers. "The Navy has long had to fear carrier--killing capabilities..."
(10 comments) SHARE Friday, August 6, 2010 Scientists envision implanting tracking phones in your head
In America, land of the free, federal security experts employed by the DIA, NSA and DHS envision a future US where every citizen will be tracked via the telecommunication chips embedded deep into living brain tissue. Ubiquitous transponders will send out a GPS data stream to any government spy with a need to know where you are, why you might be there and what you're doing there...Adolf Hitler could only dream of such power.