Just before things couldn't have gotten any worse, they did anyways, Aries. Seems like some flame throwers had a run of bad luck. People weren't seeing eye to eye with you and it seemed like there was conflict every week internally or externally of you. Some of you had to bite the bullet coming out of October and just accept and forgive the fact that you were wrong about some things. Although things were pretty bad, you stuck it out because ultimately what this year taught you is that things get worse before they get better.
As a society, we have a healthy and unhealthy relationship with toxic waste material. Let me explain a little bit more if this sounds confusing. We use a toxic substance to help fight cancer for patients in hospitals while it also being used for electrical power. To power towns and cities across the world. But in our society, we are having a shift in consciousness about the future of our planet. About climate change, raising carbon emission and having or finding solutions to fixing it for future generations. But one area in this new green age movement that we are forgetting the conservation about is toxic waste material. Toxic material and substances aren’t going away anytime soon since our population increase, the amount of toxic waste must of increase too. But on the plus side, we need to take a moment to honor the people that work alongside dealing with toxic material and substances on daily bases trying their hardest to keep our cities and towns safe from these substances and materials. While on the other side trying to make awareness to survivors and victims to toxic waste material that been plaguing their lives for many years. Even with the best efforts available, some of our toxic waste is getting out of hand. In recent years and months, we had to come face to face with it more than usual. Either there is little funding, research in this area, or even voices to talk about this. Sooner or later, we have to have a discussion about it on a global scale. We should be praising countries and people trying to get rid of the idea of keep using toxic waste in our daily lives, but also seeking other healthier alternatives. Let’s first begin the conversation about nuclear waste, which barely has a voice.
“I'm sorry, Sir—but are you completely mad?” My assistant, Jonathan, asked me on a particularly brisk Thursday morning as I enlightened him to my proposition. We were walking in the park opposite the Venusian Experimental Celestial Colonisation Laboratory in which we both worked. “You want to—what?” he asked again, in utter disbelief.
Technology has impacted various industries, from classrooms to courtrooms, in numerous ways. It has introduced a new way of handling respective responsibilities in the workplace. The healthcare industry is also among those that have benefited from technological evolution too. Medical technology advancement has been at the forefront, helping physicians to perform better diagnoses and administering the right treatment to patients. It has made it possible for doctors and nurses to save a life without having to go through numerous tests. This has also helped in ensuring that the overall life has been improving since the introduction of technology in the healthcare industry.