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Who Is Stream Energy

 

Stream Energy is a proud Dallas based renewable energy source. They were established in 2004 by Roy Snyder and Pierre Koshajki during a time when they were deregulation energy services in Dallas. It was important for them to provide a sustainable network their clients could trust and offer their services in the most need territories where affordable energy is needed. Today, their daily operations are spearheaded by Larry Mondry, Stream former Chief Executive Officer (ReleaseFact). Their customers are able to refer their services and receive rewards for their efforts. Stream Energy never gains their customers with pricey advertisements, but rather word-of-mouth.

 

How Stream Energy Gives Back To The Community

 

Stream Energy offers a wonderful rewards program for their customers and their associates. Amazingly, they have given away over $1 million dollars in real money in an effort to help build their network through word-of-mouth as a trusted carrier. Their customers receive ample rewards for referring their friends and family and this program has been very popular with their Georgia customers. They have the same initiative for their associates by offering them commission opportunities for referring their trusted network to other associates and customers.

 

How Stream Has Tackled Global Warming

 

Texas was one of the hardest hit territories of inclement weather from global warming (https://www.bbb.org/dallas/business-reviews/electric-companies/stream-energy-in-dallas-tx-90018895/reviews-and-complaints). Stream Energy was one of the first networks to respond to the threat of over 70 days of record heat that threaten increased the energy costs of low-income residents. The effect of global warming has caused their temperatures to increase and decrease in dramatic ways to increase energy costs across Texas. Their goal has been to created proven effective green energy programs that will reduce the threat of increased monetary fees for their customers. Visit the Stream Energy website for more ways to save today.

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Distinguished Scientist Jorge Moll Sees No Limit in the Neuroscience

The study of the brain has never been more exciting. Motived, passionate researchers and entrepreneurs like Jorge Moll, matched with advanced technology, show there are no limits to finding out what the brain does and how it influences our emotions.

Dr. Moll began his studies at the University of Rio de Janiero, where he received his Doctor of Medicine and completed a residency in Neuroscience. He completed a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology at São Paulo University (https://br.linkedin.com/in/jomoll). These were the building blocks for his distinguished career in Neuroscience. Specifically, Jorge Moll wants to discover how the brain processes morals and emotions. His research also explores depression, how people relate to their families and the joy of giving phenomenon.

 

He founded D’or Institute of Research and Education to promote world-class research and innovation. The Institute allows for the free exchange of ideas and collaboration between scientists, researchers, and students. Jorge Moll’s large range of work spans from recurring depression to the modern and exciting technology of artificial intelligence. Indeed Dr. Molls sees a trend in this area. Future research will explore artificial intelligence. “I love the rising trend of artificial intelligence blending with cognitive abilities. When machines and brains are matched together, there will be great strides in the medical field,” Dr. Moll has said.

 

Currently, Jorge Moll serves as President and Senior Researcher of the D’Or Institute (Vivendodebemcomavida). He is also head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup at D’or Institute. In the last year alone, he has been cited in more than 750 scholarly articles. His research has been published in The Journal of Neuroscience, JAMA Psychiatry, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Jorge Moll was awarded a Research Fellow National Institutes of Health award in 2004 and a Visiting Scholar Award at Stanford Neuroscience Institute, Stanford University, in 2015.

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The Union Leader James Larkin

James Larkin is the most prominent union leader of Irish descent. He was born in 1876 in Liverpool, England and spent most of his life on social causes. He was the founder of the famous Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union.

Larkin, before he founded the Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union, organized workers in several regions of Scotland and Ireland. In Scotland, he created, for instance, unions in Preston and Glasgow. He also organized employees in Belfast.

He became more notable in the famous Dublin Lockout. This was one of the most difficult industrial disputes in Ireland’s history. Larkin fought companies so that they could provide employees with fair compensations. Larkin was also ahead of his time.

He was in favor, for example, of the nationalization of Ireland’s canals and railways. He, however, prioritized the unskilled and the poor, for they were the most vulnerable to abuse on behalf of corporations.

Larkin’s career as a union leader and social activist started at the docks. He used to work for Harrison Line as a supervisor.

Larkin, after taking part in a strike on the Liverpool docks, was recognized by the National Union of Dock Labourers. Eventually, he obtained a permanent position within the union. In 1912, Larkin, in collaboration with James Connolly, founded the Irish Labour Party.

Larkin was also the founder of The Irish Worker in 1912. This newspaper was an alternative to the conventional press. Here, Larkin expressed his genuine and new ideas and also denounced unfair employers, for instance. Many intellectuals also contributed to this newspaper.

Larkin was important all over Ireland and England. This is why he has been the subject of many literary works. The great writer William Butler Yeats was a supporter of Larkin.

Larkin, after the industrial chaos of 1913, left temporarily to the United States. In the U.S., he also spread his ideals.

He was a member of the Socialist Party of America and the Industrial Workers of the World. Larkin, for instance, did not want the United States to enter the war. When Larkin returned to Ireland in 1923, he was even more popular.