Hold on. We are out of our element. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Dude, there was a blue light over there just now.
Some hidden links were discovered.
James Bridle on why technology is creating a new dark age (Jul 2018) But it seems like we could develop literacy . it’s also deeply about the weird and strange and difficult to understand. I think that is better than what I said before, really. That is the most inter
George Soros Bet Big on Liberal Democracy. Now He Fears He Is Losing. on 19th of Jul 2018 He was frank about his ambition, though also self-deprecating. As he wrote in his 1991 book . Soros announced a $50 million donation to build a water-treatment facility in war-ravaged Sarajevo, and
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How far would you go to be able to smile? (Jul 2018) In late eighteenth-century Paris, the smile came to be viewed as symbol of an individual’s innermost and most authentic self . and Cognitive Science Lab. “Why is that true? Nobody can answer that ri
Robert Pattinson’s post-Twilight career is filled with amazing movies you need to see (Jul 2018) Cronenberg took advantage of Pattinson’s looks while plumbing the actor’s legendary self-loathing to create the sort of science fiction . feeling like you’ll help with financing, where you think, li
3 Keys to Keeping Up with Your Ever-Changing Customers on 19th of Jul 2018 Mitchell of Applied Marketing Science . can help to provide a structured experience by connecting sales reps, consultants, and customers, and helping align everyone’s expectations as they move towar
Author Colleen Hoover talks about her astonishing, accidental success — and the amazing things it’s led to on 19th of Jul 2018 Then build one for her parents. Then build one for herself. On the land where the mobile home had been. She uses the words “surreal” and “weird” to . And that’s really just the start of the ways she
Stanford research team creates toolkits to help groups overcome biases and other social issues (Jul 2018) While Blackmon was developing Beyond the Line and Fishbowl Discussions, she realized that for sessions to really . self-reflection,” said Blackmon about how the toolkit, Are You Ready To Talk?, was
How truly weird science is helping to develop self-assembling furniture (many weeks now) Siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com That is the aim of Lining Yao, founding director of the Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) which develops materials, tools, and applications of adaptive, dynamic and intelligent morphing matter from nano to macro scales. One of its .
Here’s Exactly What to Do if a Tick Bites You (Jul 2018) SELF SELF From 2004 to 2016, scientists found seven new diseases that ticks can spread to humans, adding them to a smorgasbord of conditions. These include . You should do the same if you live or have been traveling in an area where ticks exist and you .
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Porter County CASA: Have You Thought About CASA? on 19th of Jul 2018 ValpoLife.com CASA as a whole makes me a better individual, and truly, it has been the best organization I have joined.” Horizon Bank Auto Loan. Like Paris, others have stated that being a CASA allows them to use or develop skills and gifts that they don’t get to .
The secret history of – The Outline (Jul 2018) The Outline The secret history of The Outline In case you missed it — and there’s a lot of weird stuff going on, so it makes sense that some things would slip through the cracks — aliens exist. . The aliens, like communism, linger in the air, waiting for us to make the world ready for them .
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Scientists find ingenious solution to create self-healing concrete (since Jan, 2018) Siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com Cities of the future could essentially repair themselves as scientists discover a way to create low-cost, sustainable, self-healing concrete. Cracked concrete, be it in buildings or on . But what if concrete could actually heal itself? That’s the .
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No more loose plasters as scientists reveal kirigami-inspired design (since Mar, 2018) Siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com Detailing its findings in the journal Soft Matter, the team said that, while designs similar to kirigami have been used to create a more stretchable surface, this is the first instance to find that it also improves adhesiveness. It was fabricated by .
A Wrinkle in Time: weird science and giant Oprah – discuss with spoilers (since Mar, 2018) The Guardian (blog) The Guardian (blog) Winfrey co-produced DuVernay’s Selma and Queen Sugar, and at times Wrinkle feels infused with her spiritual/self-empowerment sentiments. Is it possible to incorporate a cultural figure as huge as Oprah into a movie without capsizing it? Or is Oprah’s .
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Weekend takeaway: Human v AI – Siliconrepublic.com (many weeks now) Siliconrepublic.com Weekend takeaway: Human v AI Siliconrepublic.com How truly weird science is helping to develop self-assembling furniture · Carnegie Mellon’s Lining Yao. Lining Yao, founding director of the Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University. Image: CMU. Lining Yao, founding director of the Morphing .