Tariq Al Habtoor – Blockchain Technology is Revolutionary and Ingenious

Revolutionary and ingenious, Tariq Al Habtoor explains that blockchain technology is the brainchild behind the person(s) who created Bitcoin.

According to Tariq Al Habtoor, blockchain technology has created a new type of internet by allowing digital information to be distributed without being copied.

Originally designed for Bitcoin, many individuals within the technology sector, including Al Habtoor, recognize the potential for its use in creating other kinds of digital value.

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The information held on a blockchain exists as a shared and continually reconciled database and this way of using the internet has obvious benefits because the blockchain database is not stored in any single location (so the records it keeps are completely public and easily verifiable).

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Further, because there is no centralized location or version of this information that exists, it is impossible for it to be corrupted via hacking. Millions of computers host the information simultaneously so the data is accessible to anyone on the internet, at any time.

 

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Tariq Al Habtoor Explains What is Cryptocurrency?

Tariq Al Habtoor is an entrepreneur interested in economical sustainability and cryptocurrency. Even though the term cryptocurrency was coined several years ago, many people still do not fully understand what it means, explains Tariq Al Habtoor. When broken down from its compound form, cryptocurrency is essentially a digital currency secured using cryptography.

Understanding what a cryptocurrency is requires that you think about the nature of currency. Around the world, money is no more than an instrument we use to exchange for goods or services.

It is often hard for people to believe, there is no meaningful or inherent value to those pieces of paper we carry around in our pockets. In short, those slips of paper only have value because we believe that it does.

Before computers became a common item, writing a check meant paying for things by reducing your bank account balance.

In fact, debit cards are a more modern version of the same concept and cryptocurrency is no different.

 

Tariq Al Habtoor – Viewpoint Diversity in Academia

Tariq Al Habtoor has an extensive educational background, having attended several prestigious academic institutions based in the UK.

In addition, Tariq Al Habtoor has a long and varied list of interests including several long considered controversial (e.g., the holographic universe theory and the possibility for extra-terrestrial life).

However, academics who are frightened to explore controversial topics, in case it provokes a backlash, will soon have a safer route to publish such work. An international group of university researchers is planning a new journal, which will allow articles on sensitive debates to be written under pseudonyms because they believe intellectual discussion on tough issues is being hampered by a culture of fear and self-censorship.

Jeff McMahan, one of the organisers explains it would enable people whose ideas might get them in trouble, to publish under a pseudonym.

However, Professor McMahan stressed that the new cross-disciplinary publication will be fully peer-reviewed in line with normal academic standards.

The Journal of Controversial Ideas will be launched early next year.

Tariq Al Habtoor – Scuba Diving Training

Tariq Al Habtoor is the recipient of extensive scuba diving training – training that includes firsthand experience in Advanced Level to 30-meter diving, Dry Suit qualifications, underwater photography, night diving, search and recovery diving and wreck diving.

Tariq Al Habtoor appreciates the opportunity to have received so much hands-on training in scuba diving, which has provided him the background, experience and skill needed to enjoy the activity nearly anywhere diving is allowed or possible.

 

Tariq Al Habtoor – How You Can Use Your Mechanical Engineering Degree

Tariq Al Habtoor is the recipient of a Mechanical Engineering diploma – an honor Al Habtoor earned at Kingston University in 2015. Now equipped with an education, training and a certificate in mechanical engineering, Tariq Al Habtoor has a variety of career paths to choose from – the opportunity to begin work in any number of engineering sectors.

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A mechanical engineering graduate, Tariq Al Habtoor has the opportunity to further his career in such fields as:

Materials engineering. Materials engineers work primarily in the development, processing and testing of materials used in such products as biomedical equipment and computer chips.

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Manufacturing consulting. As a mechanical engineer, Tariq Al Habtoor may opt for a career in manufacturer consulting – that which involves sharing expertise and insight with any number of companies across a variety of industries.

Non-engineering. Many employers are in need of professionals with expertise in complex problem solving, analytical skills and mathematical acumen – areas in which mechanical engineers tend to excel.

 

 

Tariq Al Habtoor – The Programmer Behind the Savant Number Memorizer

Tariq Al Habtoor is the programmer behind the Savant Number Memorizer – an app designed to enhance number memory in a way that has practical, real-world application.

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Unlike other memory apps that involve the memorization of random number sequences, the Savant Number Memorizer was built to train users in the memorization of numbers that exist and have use in their everyday lives – a tool that enhances one’s ability to recall anything from phone numbers to credit card numbers on a moment’s notice.

As Tariq Al Habtoor knows, everyday consumers tend to rely on their phones to store all important numerical information – a reliance that goes a source of panic once the phone gets lost, stolen or damaged.

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With the Savant Number Memorizer, the user has the opportunity to really sharpen their numerical memorization skill and to tap into that resource when and wherever needed – particularly in times of emergency.

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Tariq Al Habtoor: Learning to Play the Didgeridoo

Among the many activities Tariq Al Habtoor enjoys in his free time is playing the didgeridoo – an Australian woodwind instrument known in many circles as a “didj.” Al Habtoor has become quite skilled at playing the didj, though he knows that mastering such an instrument requires patience, proper technique and, in some cases, years of practice.

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As Tariq Al Habtoor knows, learning the didgeridoo – much like any other instrument – requires a mastery of the fundamentals, such as:

  • The base drone. The base drone provides the foundation upon which all didj sounds are made. Developing a good base drone is essential, particularly before moving onto the next level.
  • Lip and mouth tension. Altering the sound on your didgeridoo requires the ability not only to create a seal on the end of the instrument itself, but to understand the potential for making different sounds simply by altering the tension of your lips as your playing.
  • Utilizing your tongue and cheeks. Lip movement is important, but engaging your tongue and cheeks as you play is key to altering the nuance and tone of the underlying drone throughout each session.

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