can we time travel to the future
“Historically, reducing emissions has simply meant financial penalties for industry – which creates conflict between government and business. But British Glass firmly believed that sectors which took advantage of this opportunity to influence government strategy stood to reduce costs, develop resilience on energy pricing and gain a competitive edge over businesses that didn’t become green economy leaders. Organic face cloths happen to be used at some of the best spas around the world. They are a great tool for maintaining an all-natural skincare routine or special treatment. Eco-friendly face cloths will exfoliate your skin layer naturally, free of harmful pesticides and toxic dyes. Using a gentle organic face cloth to take out old skin debris will lead to a softer more even skin complexion. Beauty experts and leading spas combine eco-friendly face cloths with natural soaps for total skin rejuvenation. There are a mixture of green face cloths and luxury spa goods that consumers can indulge in at home. The preparations for that royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Where's Wally World Record comes about in Dublin, soccer tournament for robots opens in Germany, Volunteers in London raise the understanding cancer of the breast, a human wall was made in Manchester city, and etc are a couple of very impressive news in the previous week. However the humans living around the spaceship were different to the humans who will be living in the world now. They were so fat them to be unable to walk. they travelled around in motorised chairs having a monitor and cup & straw attached, chatting on phones and when they happened to fall out they simply laid there until a robot arrived and picked them up. The adults were fat, the youngsters were fat! They just laid around all day long consuming doing no exercise what so ever and quote the captain, "Computer, define dancing". One reason, the economy. Live music has dwindled dramatically through the years. It started with MADD, then karaoke last but not least the recent economic crunch. People are staying home, being entertained (in numerous ways) on the computer, watching DVD's, TV or perhaps unwilling to shell out the money it costs to visit out for that night. When they do go see live music, most need to live in one place, be entertained or view a show. That's where tribute bands come into the photo. Gone are the days if the majority of people go out for the night bar hopping. You can go out and go to a tribute artist or tribute band that is certainly truly near the original - for alongside nothing and genuinely be entertained. If they're good, it is a wisely spent, modest investment. Don't all of us have favorite musicians or bands we'd love to see resurrected?