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What Can Go Wrong: The Top 5 Threats

 

“Americans are historically and by nature optimists; this is also a fair description of most technology executives…Even so, there are more problems than usual afoot in the world, and not without reason…This is not bad news, as different actions, or actions remedied, can also often turn threats into positive outcomes.”

 

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  • Another Round on Energy Rebound - New York Times (blog)

    Fri, 24 Oct 2014 09:26:22 -0700

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    Another Round on Energy Rebound
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    Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger of the Breakthrough Institute sent the following response to the critiques I ran of their recent Op-Ed article on the tendency for energy-efficiency improvements to be eroded by “rebound.” Further discussion can ...

  • How to make your food last longer - CNNMoney

    Thu, 23 Oct 2014 14:41:29 -0700

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    How to make your food last longer
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    Worldwide, we throw away about a third of our food: some $750 billion per year — even more in the United States. One reason is rot: food goes bad before we can bite in. In response, James Rogers, Ph.D., and his team have developed an array of all ...
    Apeel Sciences' New Sprays Aim For Longer-Lasting Fruit, Fewer PesticidesPerishableNews (press release)

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    Thu, 16 Oct 2014 11:50:25 -0700

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    It is several months behind the July launch date mentioned last year by Planetary Resources President Chris Lewicki. Voorhees said the first satellite will go up on Orbital Sciences Antares launch vehicle, scheduled to bring supplies to the ...

  • Microsoft's Quantum Mechanics - MIT Technology Review

    Tue, 14 Oct 2014 09:25:06 -0700

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    Microsoft's Quantum Mechanics
    MIT Technology Review
    “What we're doing is analogous to setting out to make the first transistor,” says Peter Lee, Microsoft's head of research. His company is also working on how the circuits of a computer made with topological qubits might be designed and controlled.

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    Sci-fi author Neal Stephenson writes books about cyber punks who spend their free time in a virtual world and deliver pizzas on high-speed skateboards. In real life, though, he’s concerned about something a little more down to earth: Getting past the app. Fellow sci-fi scribe David Brin asked Stephenson about his predictions for the next […]

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