Day: November 19, 2017

Turkey bans all LGBT events in Ankara over ‘public sensitivities’

The LGBT community in Turkey must endure hardships imposed by their government, as the nation’s capital recently got hit with some bans. Ankara believes they are doing their citizens a favor by suppressing the acts of LGBT pride activities. “A part of society with different qualities in terms of social class, race, religion, sect, or region could therefore explicitly incite another part [of the society] to grudges and enmity, posing an open and imminent danger in terms of public safety,” the statement said. Clearly, the Turkish government is sadly unable to see their LGBT citizens as equals, believing the...

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How blockchain technology will disrupt the healthcare industry

Blockchain technology has the capabilities to completely change governing systems humans have become conditioned to operate under. Instead of the government in control of currencies, transactions for goods and services, and trade, people can have access to this power themselves on a decentralized network of transactions. One industry likely to be disrupted by blockchain is the healthcare industry. Take a look at the video below to see how blockchain will revolutionize healthcare, among many different...

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Kyrie Irving speaks out on having a target on Celtic’s back with 14-game winning streak

Along with this 14-game winning streak comes criticism from fans across the NBA world, but Kyrie Irving doesn’t seem to let it phase him. Dominating the Eastern Conference by over 5 games, the Celtics are clear favorites to dethrone LeBron James from another Eastern Conference Championship, but we will have to wait and see how the rest the the season will unfold. But in the mean time, Kyrie looks to keep the energy in the media cycle leveled out, giving flat answers that show that every team in the NBA is look at them as the leaders in the...

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New scientific research shows indications of more efficient ways to recycle plastics

Today, human’s mainly rely on mechanical recycling to rid the world of plastic solid waste. Although this method has served us well, it has its limitations, but scientific research will continually advance to mitigate these limitations. Megan L. Robertson, an associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Houston and Jeannette M. Garcia, a polymer chemist at the IBM Almaden Research Center, have been front-runners involving this research, and now we need to take action and follow through with their proposed recycling practices. If anything, do it for Goal 13 of the 17 SDGs! Action creates...

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