Scott Brown is nervous of Scottish Premier League finale

first_imgRangers are close and want to spoil Celtic’s eighth consecutive title in the Scottish Premier League.Celtic is currently in the first position of the Scottish Premier League table followed nine points behind by Rangers.And even tho they have a good margin between the two teams, Celtic’s Scott Brown is still nervous about the finale.“We believe that we are better than anyone on the day, but we need to make sure that we go up there with the right attitude and get the points on the board,” Brown was quoted by The Express.“We have been in a good position this season, we have more points this season at this stage than last season so we are in a good place.”“Of course, you always get that little bit nervous but we have been there, done it before,” he added.“We know where we are coming from and we know how to do it.”Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.There are three matches left for Celtic: against Aberdeen today, then they will take on the Rangers, and will close the 2018-2019 season against Hearts.The team is also playing in the Scottish Cup Final on May 25th against Hearts.📋 The #CelticFC team news is here!Here’s how the Bhoys line up to face @AberdeenFC! 🍀#ABECEL #SPFL pic.twitter.com/d0AfLiTDAW— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 4, 2019last_img read more

Future sex A brave new world of hitech goo and virtual

first_imgOf course, the partners at each end of the gel-based romp will only be with each other as the result of a DNA analysis which helpfully narrowed down their choice of a compatible mate to a dozen-strong shortlist.The FutureFest, an annual event designed to explore how technology will impact society over the next ten to 30 years, is to look at the booming area of scientific innovation in sex and relationships.The growth of the global sex toy market to $15bn has been held up as evidence of an increasingly relaxed attitude to bringing technology into the bedroom.From matchmaking which could harness DNA to triage dates according to physical compatibility to all manner of gizmos that allow people to stimulate each other without the inconvenience of needing to be in the same room, the hope is that the new products will cement happier relationships and achieve more meaningful encounters.The internet of genitalsIf fridges and boilers are to be plugged into the web, why not your sex life? Technologists anticipate implants or wearable technology that will allow lovers to send erotic pulses to each other at any time of day, redefining “Office romance”.“The way we first meet or interact with people may very well involve a date with a hologram or a virtual window into your boyfriend’s bedroom. And the way we give pleasure to each other will transform – if we can email each other why can’t we vibrate each other? There is a lot of talk of an internet of genitals – devices that link up our bodies from within.”“In Britain we’ve already become less uptight and embarrassed about things like adult toys. I would like to think the direction we’ll move in is to use technology in a way that enhances and extends our understanding and use of sex.”Eventually sex toys may come in liquid rather than solid form with the development of gels containing microscopic robots which each partner would apply to their erogenous zones and use to stimulate one another as the nanobots respond to instructions sent over the internet.Ms Boddington said: “You could respond to each other through the gel – you would feel each other’s orgasm and enhance it. It’s a way off but there is some pioneering work being done out there.”With virtual reality – the use of headsets to create a 3D virtual world – already in use by some in the porn industry, organisers think VR will become far more widespread, perhaps with the addition of stimulating bodysuits.For all the desire to embrace a brave new world of technologically tooled-up love and sex, researchers warn it must be underpinned by debate about ethics and morality.Critics have voiced concern that as the technology becomes more attuned to human needs – robot prostitutes have been predicted by 2050 – people will be increasingly tempted to forego the trouble of forming relationships.A more pressing concern is the transfer of criminal or potentially criminal practices – paedophilia, stalking or rape role plays – into areas such as VR. Ms Boddington said: “The reality is that 99 per cent of people will want to engage in a positive, sexy sex life. But society has to put down rules about how people behave in virtual worlds. The dark side of sexuality will remain and we need in-depth discussion about ethics and how to police behaviour.”Source – IndependentPhoto – Ex Machinalast_img read more