Education is undergoing an incredible and exciting transformation, but I can’t help but wonder if the “experts” can’t see the forest for the trees.
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.: In a world plagued by food shortage that are reaching crisis level, carbohydrates are the easiest salvation and yet the greatest temptation to abuse.
by Ian Chant: Psychedelic drugs are making a quiet comeback, as a smattering of recent studies have demonstrated their medicinal potential.
At the recent DLD Moscow Conference Singularity University’s Salim Ismail and internet entrepreneur Brad Templeton highlighted how exponential technology effects are already revolutionizing business and society.
The Matrix is real… and everyone here at NASA for the GSP has taken the red pill.
Slowly but surely, something interesting is happening in the commercial building sector. Call it the Empire State Building effect: more and more owners of large, commercial buildings have gotten the memo on how quickly energy efficient building upgrades can pay for themselves
by Beth Buczynski: We are addicted to plastic. For a material that’s only been around for about 60 years, we sure do like to use (and waste) a lot of it.
by Katherine Harmon: Mice have a jungle of bacteria, viruses and fungi in their stomachs—and so do we. These microorganisms help both mice and us break down dinner.
by Paul Willis: It’s been nearly four years in the making but it’s finally arrived.
The sun sends enormous amounts of energy toward Earth, but why don’t coronal mass ejections cause the same type of havoc as they do for Mercury and Venus?