WhalePanda: Bitcoin Will Be a Global Reserve Currency

Forklog spoke to WhalePanda, a well-known cryptocurrency trader and Bitcoin maximalist. WhalePanda’s voice is specifically strong on Twitter where he has over 205,00 followers, as well as on other social media channels. A heavy critic of so called shitsoins, WhalePanda recently made waves of headlines when […]

October Baking Challenge – Sallys Baking Addiction

Welcome October! With a new month comes a new Sally’s Baking Challenge. This challenge recipe is brought to you by popular request, a quick homemade candy recipe to celebrate the Fall season. Perfect as we prepare for the holiday season! Before we get started, let’s review what the baking challenge is: MONTHLY BAKING CHALLENGE On […]

North Dakota Issues Orders Against Bitconnect, Magma, Pension Rewards

Regulation The securities department of the US state of North Dakota has issued orders against three companies promoting initial coin offerings in the state. They are Bitconnect, Magma Foundation, and Pension Rewards. The investigations are part of Operation Cryptosweep which involves over 40 US and Canadian securities regulators. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter […]

Ariana Grande Shares BTS Pete Davidson Pics From ‘SNL’!

Ariana Grande is starting to share again! The songstress, who may or may not have canceled her SNL season premiere appearance for “emotional reasons” instead gave us some behind-the-scenes magic. Video: Matt Damon’s Epic Opening & More Highlights Which is good, because we’ll likely never get anything from Pete Davidson ever again since his own account now reads “account […]

Accountable Care Organizations and the (Lack of) Depression Remission

By Nathaniel Counts, MHA Senior Policy Director, and Paul Gionfriddo, MHA President and CEO   ~ 2 min read The average rate of depression remission at twelve months for people not receiving any mental health treatment in this country is 53 percent. But in Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), it’s only 9 percent. Mental Health America […]

Triumphant Europe skipper Thomas Bjorn hails Ryder Cup winners as ‘best team room he’s been in’ – Article

Europe’s finest golfers, sparked by a record-setting victory for Italy’s Francesco Molinari, recaptured the Ryder Cup on Sunday, denying a dramatic United States fightback to complete an emotional 17.5-10.5 upset victory. Reigning British Open champion Molinari defeated five-time major winner Phil Mickelson 4 and 2 as Europe took an insurmountable edge over the favoured Americans […]

Switch eShop deals – Poi, Runbow, Thumper, more

A number of new deals are up and running on the North American Switch eShop. These include the 3D platformer Poi, big discounts on Runbow and Thumper, and more Here’s the full roundup of sales: 1979 Revolution: Black Friday – $4.07 (was $11.99)Agatha Knife – $9.59 (was $11.99)Animal Rivals – $2.79 (was $3.99)A Normal Lost […]

Russian GP: Should Valtteri Bottas have let Lewis Hamilton through?

Reaction to the Sochi race live now on Sky Sports F1 By Matt Morlidge Last Updated: 30/09/18 2:08pm Lewis Hamilton has admitted that Valtteri Bottas deserved to win the Russian GP instead of him, after Mercedes controversially used team orders to help the Englishman in the championship. Bottas secured pole in Sochi and was leading […]

Selective breeding has made the fruit we eat so full of sugar, Melbourne Zoo has had to wean its animals off it. “The issue is the cultivated fruits have been genetically modified to be much higher in sugar content than their natural, ancestral fruits,” says Dr Michael Lynch, the zoo’s head vet. : Health

Genetic modification doesn’t have to occur in a lab. Natural selection is one of the primary ways that genetic change occurs in nature, so this is “intelligent selection.” Humans have been genetically modifying fruits/grains/vegetables for thousands of years by selecting for certain traits. And this results in massive differences in what is cultivated and the […]