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The Age of Neuroelectronics

Source: Wireheading Every so often, when some new scientific paper is published or new experiment revealed, the press pronounces the creation of the first bionic man—part human, part machine. Science fiction, they say, has become scientific reality; the age of … Continue reading

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Wake Forest University | Organ manufacturing

Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence The field of regenerative medicine is moving from the realm of science fiction to science fact. From fingers and ears to complex organs like livers or hearts, scientists at Wake Forest University are making headway into growing … Continue reading

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Culture of Fear

This documentary details the epidemic of fear in our society, ranging from child predators to terrorism. It features interviews with Dr. Noam Chomsky, David Kucinish, and many other experts offering an in-depth exploration on various topics of fear.

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Should Depressed People Avoid Having Children?

Maia Szalavitz healthland.time.com Is it really more responsible for people with depression or other psychological problems to forgo bearing children in order to avoid passing on their “bad” genes? Comedian Sarah Silverman, who routinely courts controversy with her edgy humor, … Continue reading

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Juan Enriquez: Will our kids be a different species?

Juan Enriquez TED “Since the 1940s, we’ve been saying there are no differences, we [humans] are all identical. We’re going to know at year end if that is true.” (Juan Enriquez) Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could … Continue reading

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‘Barcode everyone at birth’

BBC News Each week a global thinker from the worlds of philosophy, science, psychology or the arts is given a minute to put forward a radical, inspiring or controversial idea – no matter how improbable – that they believe would … Continue reading

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Dress your way out of danger

Natasha Hughes Sydney Morning Herald The experts agree that dressing appropriately can help make your job recession proof, writes Natasha Hughes. You might be clever and well-connected in the office, but this won’t necessarily shield you if the grim reaper … Continue reading

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How soap operas changed the world

Stephanie Hegarty BBC News Soap operas aren’t often celebrated for contributing to the good of society. Whether it’s the materialism of Dallas or the idle gossip of Neighbours, they are better known for being shallow and addictive than for bringing … Continue reading

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Paul Ehrlich on depopulation: ‘We’re going to go over the top’ – audio

John Vidal Guardian Paul Ehrlich, American professor and bestselling author, talks to John Vidal about population decline. Professor Ehrlich voices his concerns about depleting global resources and discusses his predictions for the future of our planet Listen to the podcast

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