This is the elevator of the future… just don’t look down
This is the elevator of the future… just don’t look down
Nearly three months after Belarus' authoritarian president's re-election to a sixth term in a vote widely seen as rigged, demonstrators keep swarming the streets of Belarusian cities to demand his resignation in the most massive and sustained wave of protests the ex-Soviet nation has ever seen. While President Alexander Lukashenko has relied on massive arrests and intimidation tactics to hold on to power, the continuing rallies have cast an unprecedented challenge to his 26-year rule. Authorities have responded to protests triggered by Aug. 9 election that gave Lukashenko a landslide victory over Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya by unleashing a violent post-election crackdown.
Orbit Network Orbit NetworkLos Angeles, California, Oct. 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Orbit, a new commercialized renewable energy business, is making big waves in the renewable energy industry. It’s a revolutionary new project that uses the Ethereum blockchain, allowing everyday people to get involved in buying and selling solar power.Founded by Victor Knight in 2020, the idea for Orbit and the Orbit Network was spawned the year before. The idea was to make it seamless and straightforward to buy and sell goods and services in the renewable energy industry. Special ORBT tokens will be distributed and used to make the purchases and sales. Also, thanks to everything being on the Ethereum blockchain, there is total anonymity. The damaging consequences of climate change have become incredibly dire. It is essential to make the shift from burning fossil fuels to using clean and renewable energy. That’s something that Orbit is aspiring to help with. The Orbit Network is focused on the commercialization of renewable energy. This includes generators and solar cells for commercial and residential use. The ORBT token’s value will be supported thanks to people buying and selling the products and services that Orbit offers. This is something that makes your investments safe if you choose to support and be a part of the Orbit marketplace. You will be a part of a safety net, even if the token’s value were to drop in the future. Orbit is following in the footsteps of giants like Tesla, who have created a passionate community and fanbase around them. The vision is to get buyers and investors enthusiastic about its projects, products, and services. This is why creating a community on social media is a major focus. Orbit’s First ProjectOrbit’s first project is the launch of an impressive solar power cell that homes and businesses can use. This is Orbit’s version of Tesla’s debut Roadster, which put Tesla on the map and led to a passionate fanbase forming around it. Orbit has a vision of upending how the renewable energy industry operates. It’s looking to help create wealth for anyone who is excited about making the world a better place through the use of renewable energy.With $1,000,000 worth of ETH invested into Orbit tokens, this company is hitting the ground running. What’s more is that investors will have a safety net that will give them at least the liquidity that companies that have invested into Orbit have provided. This makes supporting the Orbit Network’s projects a safe decision to make. There have been plenty of fake ICOs in recent years that stand for nothing. This isn’t another one of those. The Orbit Network is passionate about the DeFi community and plans to be an integral project to the entire ecosystem for a long time to come. With Orbit, renewable energy meets cryptocurrency crowdfunding. Jump in on the token pre-sale by going here. Also, for more information on everything that goes on in the Orbit Network, you can head here. You can also join the official Telegram channel here to learn about the latest updates to this revolutionary project. For the future, go renewable. Media Contact Details: Company Name: Orbit Network LLC Company Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Company website: https://orbnet.io/ Attachment * Orbit Network
The Los Angeles Dodgers parted way with right-hander Jimmy Nelson on Friday, declining his $2 million option and making him a free agent. Nelson signed a one-year deal with the Dodgers last offseason to help the bullpen, but he never got a chance to play after undergoing lower-back surgery in early July. The Dodgers still owe him a $500,000 buyout.
“Our lives quite literally depend on it," the actor warns in a new ad for the NAACP.
Little-used Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross confirmed Friday that he asked the team to deal him before the Tuesday trade deadline. Ross, a former first-round draft pick, has appeared in one play total over the past five games for Cincinnati (1-5-1). Ross has yet to fulfill the hype he generated coming out of the University of Washington in 2017, when he ran a 4.22 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, still the record since the event went to electronic timing in 1999.
The worsening COVID-19 outbreak, fueled by Americans' fatigue, means hospitals are scrambling for more doctors, nurses and therapists to fill shifts.
From ‘Money Heist’ to ‘Los Espookys’ and ‘El Cid’ to ‘Elite’, the popularity of Latin series is booming, despite the subtitles. If you’re a serious streamer, says Annabel Nugent, you’ll have at least one in rotation
The star of ‘Mad Men‘ and ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ talks to Alexandra Pollard about being a loner, playing horror writer Shirley Jackson and why it’s time women stopped biting their tongues to avoid seeming bitchy
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Recent attacks in France, linked to depictions of the Prophet Mohammad, have reignited tensions over the limits of free expression and secularism.
"I think it's a really optimistic ending."
Ferrari Formula 1 chief Mattia Binotto says there are “no big differences” in the data from Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s cars to explain their gap in performance.
Trump and Biden eye Pennsylvania on final campaign stretch, experts warn of Halloween dangers during COVID-19 and more things to start your weekend.
Despite a landslide election victory for her Labour Party, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Saturday that the Green Party would be given two ministerial positions to help advance their "shared goals".
Rescue workers in western Turkish city of Izmir searched through rubble for survivors on Saturday after a powerful earthquake hit the Aegean Sea on Friday, as the death toll rose to 27. Officials said 25 people were killed in coastal areas in Turkey's west, while two teenagers -- a boy and a girl -- died on the Greek island of Samos after a wall collapsed on them. At least 20 buildings in Izmir were destroyed, authorities said, and the rescue work was taking place as hundreds of aftershocks hit the area.
Kate Garraway has given an update on the health of husband Derek Draper and reveals he said his first “heartbreaking” word since contracting COVID-19 in March
Even if it's not a huge purchase, we think it was good to see that Rory Shaw, the Non-Executive Chairman of Feedback...