Monthly Archives: November 2009

Problems Of Humanity – A Quick Outline

The other day I mentioned I wrote down a list of problems I see facing mankind, and our future.   I went to write on them, but then my entry soon spanned many pages yet I had barely scratched the surface.  … Continue reading

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The Problems Of Humanity

Over the past few months I’ve been reading a lot of history.  Also, over the past few years I’ve studied a lot of psychology, philosophy, biology, sociology, anthropology, and more.  After reading all this material, I decided it’d be good … Continue reading

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Phillips Technology Turns Human Skin Into TV Screen

Phillips now has technology where they can put nano-chips onto a silk screen and embed the screen into the top layer of your skin.  Then your entire exterior can become a sort of computer screen capable of “dynamic tattoos”, displays … Continue reading

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Should Engineers Rule The World?

It seems the famous economist Thorstein Veblen, who lived from 1857 to 1949, thought so.   He wrote a very popular book which is called ‘The Theory Of The Leisure Class.’  I just read about it today in one of my … Continue reading

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An Island Of Plastic Garbage

I’ve heard there are large quantities of plastic garbage floating around in the oceans and that it’s been causing problems in the ecosystems.   But what I didn’t know is that there’s an island of plastic garbage, twice the size of … Continue reading

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