Dan Bennett

Dan is a digital media freelancer who offers direct consultation for companies as well as decades of experience in video production, video editing, motion graphics, sound design, graphic design, and digital content development. He is the Founder of 1 Minute Media, a company that empowers individuals to tell their stories with great video through coursework and private membership. Dan has had the privilege to work with some amazing clients like… Harley Davidson, Hasbro, Cisco, Mercury Marine, Anheuser-Busch, Camaro, Westbrook Media (Will Smith’s production company) and many more.

Mystery ‘Blood Waterfall’ in Antarctica Finally Solved

More than a century ago, geoscientist Griffith Taylor made an extraordinary finding while exploring Antarctica—an exceptional waterfall. Scientists have proposed numerous theories to explain the strange occurrence, which seems like blood flowing out of the ice. A research team from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado College has finally solved the mystery of Antarctica “blood falls”.

Hachiko, World’s Most Faithful Dog Turns 100 This Year

Hachiko, the symbol of friendship and loyalty, he turned 100-years-old this year. Hachiko, nicknamed Hachi, was a Japanese Akita dog, who became famous for his unending love towards his owner named Hidesaburō Ueno, who took Hachiko as a pet in 1924.

India Says It Trusts ‘AI’ And Refuses To Regulate

India has stunned the world by deciding not to regulate AI. While the world is worried about the dangers of this new highly revolutionary technology, the Indian government has refused to regulate AI. In March, more than 500 experts belonging to different walks of life urged the closure of the AI labs which poses a significant threat to humanity.

Chinese And Indian Troops Clash Along The Border

Indian and Chinese forces engaged in a physical scuffle near the Himalayan border between the countries, the first confirmed incident involving the two nuclear-armed Asian nations in almost two years. The clash between two neighbouring countries in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh resulted in minor injuries on both sides.

Singapore Parliament Lifts Ban On Same Sex

The Singapore’s parliament lifts its ban on gay sex , but it also changed the constitution to essentially prevent complete marriage equality, which is legally available to heterosexual couples. The colonial law was rarely enforced even before this decision. The anti-gay law was passed during the British colonial era which punished gay sex to two years in prison.

Hungry Bats Will Cause Another Worldwide Pandemic

The new study suggests that starving bats can shed more deadly viruses that can affect both humans and animals. The findings of the new research can help the scientists to make new vaccines prior to global outbreaks. The scientists concentrated on the Hendra virus, which kills 75% of the horses infected by the virus.

US And Russia To Resume Nuclear Talks Amid Tensions

Joe Biden’s administration will resume talks with the Russian counterpart amid serious tensions between both countries. Putin has threatened to use nuclear weapons multiple times after its invasion of Ukraine. The Talks will take place in Cairo, Egypt in the near future. Both the countries came together several times in the past to limit the quantity of nuclear arsenals.

25 Dead After Russian Missile Strikes A Civilian Convoy

A Russian missile struck a convoy of civilian cars about to leave for humanitarian assistance to their relatives in Russian occupied regions. The S-300 missiles struck a convoy of more than 60 cars going in and out from Russian occupied territory in the south. At Least 25 civilians were killed after the missile strike that left a huge crater on the ground.

Gunman Kills 13 Including 7 Children In Russia School Shooting

A gunman opened fire on civilians including teachers and several security guards. The incident took place in the Russian city of Izhevsk, about 1000 km east of the Russian capital, Moscow. The shooting wounded 14 children and seven adults, according to the latest reports.