Posts Tagged ‘ medicine ’

Why you should quit politics (And embark on a much more effective path to liberty)

Aug 9th, 2012 | By

GUEST ARTICLE By Kaleb Matson     The political process as a means to liberty has been about as effective as socialism as a means to prosperity. In this article I’m going to argue that if your goal is liberty, electoral politics is the last path you should consider. Then I will suggest a far
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Think, don’t Google

May 17th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Has Google killed the riddle? (by Abraham Veghese) Which is why when I offered a new riddle to my students last week while we were rounding, I emphatically added, “Don’t Google!” Nothing at all against Google–we’re proud of Google at Stanford, and indeed my kid brother works there. But
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Nano-yarns, rotating buildings, FireFox tweaks, bacteria mousetrap, boat racing, Twittering

Mar 30th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Nanotechnology: Cotton fibres coated with carbon nanotubes could be used to make clothing that glows, or detects bleeding So the aim is to manufacture a light material that can be easily woven but is also highly durable and, in order to transmit information, can conduct electricity.
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