In November last year, things were looking grim for Bolivians.
Their beloved President Evo Morales – who had cut poverty in half by nationalising the energy sector, redistributing wealth, and democratising the constitution – was overthrown. The US has a long history of interfering in metal and cocaine-rich Bolivia.
From mid-2019, the US military and State Department worked with wealthy, extremist opponents of Morales to have him deposed. But within 12 months, a Morales-approved candidate was elected President.
For decades now, humanity has experienced the power and connectivity of the internet, and as this complex simulated realm grows, it continues to alter collective experiences of reality.
Long before even computers had advanced to the devices we see today, a handful of individuals already envisioned a future in which humans would merge with a digital realm.
When it comes to owning an organisation, without deploying the necessary data security measures, you will be left with several potential threats.
This is because the majority of enterprises, despite being anywhere between small and large scale, come across data breaching scenarios by not securing their workplace network.
Through laboratories that produce children, drugs that control the mind, and harmful toxins that attack millions, technology is being used as a dehumanising force to alter humanity.
A Huxley eugenics vision has been at work for centuries, and through a combination of social and chemical engineering, the Epsilon class of Brave New World may soon become reality.
Diabetes is a real epidemic of the 21st century, now becoming one of the biggest challenges confronting Australia’s health system.
It is the fastest growing chronic condition in Australia – increasing at a faster rate than other diseases such as heart disease and cancer.