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Coronavirus: The slow death of the American all-you-can-eat buffet | BBC News

During a pandemic something as simple as a buffet can quickly turn into a public health nightmare. Buffets all across America are feeling the decline of business and many are starting to shut down. Health concerns regarding the coronavirus come into play as many are concerned about the spread of germs in a place where everyone is touching everyone else‚Äôs ... Read More »

Elon Musk says SpaceX will try launching a full-size Starship prototype ‘later this week,’ and the rocket may fly 150 meters high | Business Insider

SpaceX is now launching an advance rocket system known as StarShip. It will take place in Texas in Bocachica near the Gulf. The company is vigorously working to test and launch this new rocket. The prototype will attempt to fly later this week according to Musk. Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-spacex-will-attempt-starship-rocket-prototype-launch-july-2020-7 Read More »

Freiburg: Germany’s futuristic city set in a forest | Forbes

While Freiburg is celebrating its 900 anniversary it is also worth looking into its history and why it seems quite young. It is a university town and much of the population is on the younger side. One of their leaders was elected at age 34. While walking down the streets you will be met by colorful houses that were reconstructed ... Read More »

Before hack tore through Twitter, online forum offered accounts for sale | Reuters

The FBI is currently investigating a bitcoin scheme that took a hold of popular Twitter accounts like Obama‚Äôs and promised that if someone bought bitcoin, they would be given double the amount. While looking into the scam it was found that people were being offered to buy passwords and emails for the accounts stating at $250-2,000. The FBI thinks that ... Read More »

13 effective strategies for encouraging employee wellness | Forbes

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The definition of wellness has changed since the pandemic hit. If you have happy workers, then they are going to be more efficient. Forbes takes a look into the different ways to promote employee wellness. Some of these include practicing self-awareness and creating an open environment. Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesnonprofitcouncil/2020/07/20/13-effective-strategies-for-encouraging-employee-wellness/#30ad57023458 Read More »

Green Beret designs first-ever fireproof American flag made of Kevlar to withstand rioters | The Epoch Times

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A Green Beret has designed a fire proof American flag that is fireproof and much harder to destroy. Staff Sergeant Kyle Daniels had to jump through many obstacles before creating his fireproof brand that he envisions being the future of American flags. Daniels is able to make the flags fireproof by using Kevlar instead of traditional materials that are flammable ... Read More »

World faces staggering jobs challenge, says Microsoft president | BBC News

COVID-19 has caused for millions to lose their jobs and the economy has been sinking. Microsoft President Brad Smith predicts that millions more will lose their job in the U.S. and around the world. Microsoft owns LinkedIn which is used universally to help connect people to jobs and opportunity’s, however the company feels that the training being offered just isn’t ... Read More »

Scientists successfully put tiny GoPro-style wireless cameras on beetles, and it’s paving the way for miniature robots | Business Insider

Researchers at the University of Washington have created a GoPro for bugs in hopes of making way for miniature robots and innovation. The camera is able to record and connect to a smart phone and give back black and white video feed. It is able to rotate 60 degrees, and the cameras also are able to work wirelessly unlike the ... Read More »

Is it safe to take a summer road trip in the COVID-19 era? | Forbes

Planning to have a road trip by car or RV may be a safer way to travel than flying, but a survey conducted by Farmers Insurance found that 74 percent would only be staying within 500 miles from where they live. This sentiment reflects the agitation of travelers still getting infected or spreading the virus. According to the Centers for ... Read More »

Western and northeast states set ambitious goal for electric buses, vans and rigs | Forbes

Fifteen states and the District of Columbia are envisioning a transition to an alternative eco-friendly use of electric medium and heavy-duty vehicles by 2050. According to CARB Researchers, trucks are the most dominant source of air pollution, representing 70% of smog-causing emissions and 80% of diesel soot. The California Air Resources Board announced it would begin requiring truck manufacturers to ... Read More »