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How a single ghostly neutrino could change our understanding of the universe (Jul 2018) Those results were published in a second paper in Science. Such neutrino discoveries could help astronomers to better understand the inner workings of these cosmic events, Kusenko said. It also may al
How gold nanoparticles could improve solar energy storage (Jul 2018) Rutgers University. (2018, July 12). : Rutgers study opens door to broader use of sunlight and advanced materials to combat climate change. Sci
Politicians failing on climate change, says UK’s adviser on 16th of Jul 2018 Cayman News Service Cayman News Service The recent record-high belief in climate change science corresponds with record-high temperatures observed by climatologists this year. May was the hottest May ever recorded, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. But people .
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Why Adaptive Persuasion is the future of customer experience (Jul 2018) The Drum The Drum Marketers need to target the right people, with the right message, at the right time, in the right place. We need to gauge how they might change day-to-day and frame our messaging accordingly. At Rapp, we call this Adaptive Persuasion, the ability to .
If the World Is Really at Risk, Not Debating Climate Change Is Folly (since Jun, 2018) National Review National Review Good grief, if we face total calamity by the end of the century, why in the world wouldn’t you debate the science and curative proposals? If civilization is really at risk, how can you not pursue every opportunity to persuade the public — even if you .
How the science of persuasion could change the politics of climate change (some months now) MIT Technology Review MIT Technology Review While much of the research and debate today focuses on figuring out the right mix of clean energy sources, or on developing better and cheaper technologies, the real breakthrough that’s required might lie in the science of persuasion. We’ll never .
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Society’s tech addiction can be a force for good (Jul 2018) American Enterprise Institute Fogg directs the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford, which aims to “create insight into how computing products — from websites to mobile phone software — can be designed to change people’s beliefs and behaviors. [Its] major projects include technology .
‘I was shocked it was so easy’: meet the professor who says facial … (Jul 2018) The Guardian The Guardian Psychologist Michal Kosinski says artificial intelligence can detect your sexuality and politics just by looking at your face. What if he’s right?
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Evidence-based policy still requires ‘the art of sweet persuasion’ (Jul 2018) The Mandarin The Mandarin The evidence-based policy movement places facts ahead of feelings, but perhaps it also corresponds with a decline in the arts of political negotiation and marshalling public support for major reform. It’s an interesting view that came up in a recent .
Entering Climate Change Communications through the Side Door (Jul 2018) Stanford Social Innovation Review Stanford Social Innovation Review In fact, a good deal of research into the psychology of persuasion finds that yelling louder from an entrenched position doesn’t just fall flat, it can actually be counterproductive. Advocates need . After the federal government pulled out of the .
An Inconvenient Truth About Free Speech Denialism on 16th of Jul 2018 thedailyblog.co.nz (blog) thedailyblog.co.nz (blog) Hence the need of the most reactionary forces within capitalist society to retain full control of the state apparatus – a goal that can only be achieved by mobilizing their “equally bigoted but less educated” fellow citizens against an “alien and .
The “I Won’t Debate” Tactic – Discovery Institute (since Jun, 2018) Discovery Institute The “I Won’t Debate” Tactic Discovery Institute We are told continually that the risk of climate change is biblical — so dangerous that it will lead to a calamity worse than (as the City Council of Berkeley, California, declared recently) the Second World War. . Add to this the snobbish “I won’t .