Posts Tagged ‘ future ’

Greece and Hope

Sep 16th, 2013 | By
Greece has views, and views

    Greece: Do we, Greeks, have any hope?   [Question and answer originally published on Quora.com – September 14, 2013 ]   Absolutely you do. Just not as soon as we’d all like for you. With one of the best known collections of topographic and scenic beauty, wonderful history that’s still visible, one of
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NanoBriefing 22

Oct 15th, 2012 | By

I’m always pleased to hear of the further progress in highly efficient (and yes, even renewable) means of generating energy – here’s progress again Safer, more efficient, fusion-generated electricity is on the horizon READ MORE




Greece – what you really need to know….at long last! (part 1)

May 16th, 2012 | By
Bye bye or hello !?

I should inform, or remind you, here that Greece has suffered governments of “alternating liars” for 20 years. Only those living in cloud cuckoo land believe the “usual suspects”.   When a nation wakes up to realize it has been governed by a democratic impersonation of corrupt despots, it looks messy, as it does now.
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NanoBriefing 25 January 2012

Jan 25th, 2012 | By

Jason Silva – always a welcome fountain of energy – waxes lyrical or rather, explosiveley delivers his glance across technology…progress and what is as far as I am concerned (and it seems he is too!), certainly an assembly, a composite of great things to come…..let it roll! His video is just over 3 great minutes
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Nixon and gold and the future – comment by Roger Ellman

Aug 25th, 2011 | By
Gold coin

Nixon and gold and the future [ As commented on the World Future Society article “Richard Nixon, futurist: how good was his foresight regarding the end of the gold standard?” ]   I would summarize Nixon’s removal of the dollar from the gold standard as handing the control of the value of currency in “toto” to
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Who needs the Grid? and a Winter’s tale

Dec 11th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Who Needs the Grid?- The Atlantic Since the boxes are “fuel agnostic,” customers can run them on existing propane, natural gas, or ethanol sources. But they’ll also run on plant waste, or almost anything else containing hydrogen and carbon. And the eventual “killer app”? Processing wind-
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Get Smarter…and honest

Jun 26th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Get Smarter, by James Cascio Pandemics. Global warming. Food shortages. No more fossil fuels. What are humans to do? The same thing the species has done before: evolve to meet the challenge. But this time we don’t have to rely on natural evolution to make us
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