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Reversing the epidemic of drug overdoses

Reversing the epidemic of drug overdoses | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Drug overdoses kill nearly 40,000 people a year, accounting for more deaths than vehicular accidents or homicides.
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Michio Kaku - Top Secret Military War Plans - YouTube

For full article: http://muonray.blogspot.ie/2012/12/michio-kaku-for-president.html Professor Michio Kaku discusses the secret military projects that the Uni...
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Not enough money- nonsense- use it wisely 


The best way "Old Rome" could control the people was trough the Gladiator Games and nationalistic fervour that saw violence as good and criminals as demigods.

Government's have plenty of money, and dish it out to keep the people happy enough to be allowed to work for the global domination driven elite and dumb enough to think that it is a gift given to them by their superiors. 

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An Atlas of Poverty

An Atlas of Poverty | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
We think we know what poverty looks like. But how do we accurately account for it? How do we know where to look?
Poverty maps are one place to begin. Technological advances of the past decade—the increased capability to both collect and process improved data—make it possible to reveal the face of the poor in finer detail than ever before. By translating data into the visual accessibility of a map, we can locate poverty more precisely, understand its sources more comprehensively—and attack it more effectively. Such maps can even be used to monitor the results of anti-poverty efforts. Poverty maps can be part of a strong, new foundation for building and tailoring policies and programs, to reach those people that will benefit the most.
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solutions anyone......

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Nancy Watson's curator insight, March 9, 8:27 PM

This is very revealing

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Healthcare Social Media is still growing exponentially – Just look at #HIMSS14

Healthcare Social Media is still growing exponentially – Just look at #HIMSS14 | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

Have we reached peak growth of healthcare social media? The numbers we are seeing doesn’t seem to indicate so. More and more stakeholders in healthcare wether they are patients, providers or other third parties are still flocking to the social web in greater and greater numbers.Just look at what the healthcare conference #HIMSS14 accomplished this week. The graph below shows the top 15 healthcare conferences by single day tweet volume.We’ve never quite seen anything like the tweet volume we witnessed from #HIMSS14 this Monday. 21,393 tweets in a single day is indeed a new record for all healthcare conferences. But what is interesting about this graph is the rate of growth year over year. Let’s take a closer look at that in the graph below.We’re still comparing the top single day during the conferences. The takeaway here is that the growth of healthcare social media, and in particularly Twitter, within this and many other healthcare conferences is not only at double digits – it’s growing at an exponential rate.


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great Moores Law rules

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Wello iPhone case tracks heart rate, temperature, ECG, lung functions, plus blood pressure & oxygen levels

Wello iPhone case tracks heart rate, temperature, ECG, lung functions, plus blood pressure & oxygen levels | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Azoi has announced the Wello, a US$200 smartphone case that measures blood pressure, ECG, heart rate, blood oxygen, temperature and lung function to a high ...
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Age of abundance product to improve your health and reduce medial costs?

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MOOCs and Other Wonders: Education and High-Tech Utopia: Mike Rose

MOOCs and Other Wonders: Education and High-Tech Utopia: Mike Rose | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Deep within our cultural history is a faith in the power of technology to cure social problems.
- 2014/03/05
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the future

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How a High School Teacher Is 'Gamifying' World News

How a High School Teacher Is 'Gamifying' World News | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
A high school teacher is on a mission to make world news and geopolitics relevant to his students through a Fantasy Football-inspired game.

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We should use this format to electrify participation in the political process

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, February 3, 10:12 AM

This is a pretty cool concept, and definitely creative thinking of how to gamify social studies and current events, but also a great way to get kids to use digital tools to learn. The teacher even tracks it all on a website. Now, if this could be made into a mobile app....(give it time! Give it time!)
--techcommgeekmom 

Ranjit Kovilinkal's curator insight, February 9, 11:18 PM

How mobile native children can be taught...

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Bureaucratic dictatorships : Prime time : SunNews Video Gallery

Bureaucratic dictatorships : Prime time : SunNews Video Gallery | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Watch the latest on-air news and political coverage, as well as in-depth feature stories from the Sun News Network.
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Facebook Wants To Spend $60 Million On Drones So It Can Beam The Internet To People In Poorer Countries

Facebook Wants To Spend $60 Million On Drones So It Can Beam The Internet To People In Poorer Countries | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Facebook is reportedly in talks to buy a...
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affordable internet>

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Tweet from @diannenice

Tweet from @diannenice | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
What happens if companies do nothing about engagement? It costs them: http://tgam.ca/DzBo via @Globe_Careers pic.twitter.com/kCdTTvo9vZ
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Create a Simple E-Learning Game - E-Learning Heroes

Create a Simple E-Learning Game - E-Learning Heroes | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
E-Learning Heroes: Step-by-step tutorials for building better courses, fast answers to your e-learning questions, free downloads for your e-learning projects.

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Will try to use this to make a government cancer treatment game.

 

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Roberto Ivan Ramirez's curator insight, February 25, 2:16 PM

Forma innovadora de cómo combinar dos recursos digitales para implementar a través del juego con realidad aumentada, el sistema eLearning complementado con reactivos, mismos que se podrían adecuar para el desarrollo de contenidos en el área de las ciencias sociales por ejemplo. Esto requiere de equipos multidisciplinarios y equipos de producción de materiales didácticos interactivos, tal vez ya contemplados por las empresas dedicadas a la producción de software educativo en línea.

Alison Hewett's curator insight, February 28, 3:51 PM

Interesting ideas for presenting questions in a board game format.

Anju Patel's curator insight, September 22, 4:31 AM

These templates are really good.

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Those Big Banner Ads On Google Search Results? They're Dead

Those Big Banner Ads On Google Search Results? They're Dead | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Last October, Google raised a bit of a ruckus by changing the formula for showing search ads to favor those with maps and phone numbers. As part of that, it began showing, on an experimental basis on about 5% of results, big banner ads atop the page for about 30 [...]
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Tax Freedom Day in Canada - YouTube

On Saturday, June 6 Canadians will celebrate Tax Freedom Day. This light-hearted music video points out the many types of taxes Canadians pay and how long th...
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This was in 2008 has the situation improved?

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Chart: Internet Connectivity and Income

Chart: Internet Connectivity and Income | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Internet access in emerging nations is linked to high per capita income
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Germany in figures

Germany in figures | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

"Germany is Europe's dominant country.  Its large and strong economy has allowed it to bankroll the bailouts that have kept some of its neighbours - and the euro - afloat.  The graphics below help explain why it is so dominant, and powerful - and also some of the problems it faces."


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Jess Deady's curator insight, May 2, 5:34 PM

This comparison between employment rate and household income is important to Germany in many ways. As Germany is Europe's primarily dominant country, Germany needs to keep unemployment rates down while keeping household income up.

Nicole Kearsch's curator insight, October 14, 2:24 PM

Germany has proven continuously throughout the years that it is a thriving strong country.  With a booming economy they are able to have a large export economy.  Also with the booming economy and growing jobs people are immigrating from their home countries into Germany in search of jobs, bringing with them their own ideas as well.  Unfortunately even after the reunification of east and west Germany you can still see the divide when it comes to unemployment and income.  In the old east Germany area people have a higher unemployment rate and lower household income than they do in the old west Germany.  If these two areas can become unified on this front than Germany could have an even strong stand as a power in Europe.

Alec Castagno's curator insight, December 5, 2:03 PM

Germany may be Europe's economic powerhouse, but this article shows that it is not without it's own problems. The effects of a divided Germany can still be seen in the country's economy, with east Germany experiencing noticeably higher unemployment rates and lower income rates than west Germany. Unemployment rates are lower than in the rest of Europe, but wages have not increased evenly and many still rely on benefits to supplement their income. 

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Inequality For All by Robert Reich (video) @RBReich

Inequality For All by Robert Reich (video) @RBReich | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

Robert Reich's Masterwork About Economic Tsunami
This is a masterful film by Robert Reich. Reich, a former Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton. What makes this film fascinating is not simply Reich's ability to tell a story, you may have seen him on the Sunday shows or The Daily Show, but add to Robert's great storytelling some chilling DATA and you have an amazing film.

Reich's linkage of technology and globalization as partners conspiringto throw gasoline on the fire of our economy is fascinating. He points out that as the rich have gotten richer its their spending that the problem. Spread their wealth among "ordinary" non 1% people and things get bought.

Problem with the uber-rich is they don't buy things.

When you are reich enough you understand something I learned on my own despite having a father who worked on Wall Street. Money is always under attack.

Money is attacked by inflation, taxes and stupidity. The 1% knows the most important money mission is perpetuating itself despite forces lined up against it. When money flows to where the greatest return can be generated it is doing its job.

SO, as we concentrate wealth it increasingly is devoted to self perpetuation and so financial instruments become "the economy". Financial instruments are fine, but they don't cure cancer, create art or make the world better. Financial instruments whose primary consideration is self perpetuation and return can create a selfish narrow world.

The most fascinating graph shows how the destruction of the middle class created the market collapse in 1928 and 2008. Concentrate wealth too much and the economy can't function. Too much money devoted to doing money's single mission - self perpetuation - means collapse.

Reich's destruction of labels such as Democrat and Republican is fascinating too. Labels in the face of so much wealth concentration are somewhat meaningless Reich's film asserts. Amazing film. Watching Reich's film made me reread David Amerland's What If We Had A New Value System  http://davidamerland.com/seo-blog/692-what-if-we-had-a-new-value-system-for-goods-and-services.html .


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The other side of the equality arguement

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Crowding overlooked

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Ontario’s health ministry failed to correctly track which hospitals are most overcrowded, missing red flags and allowing patients to suffer, experts warn.
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Fourth Amendment Violated

Fourth Amendment Violated | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

This article just goes through several examples of people that were not protected but were violated by the Fourth Amendment and were victims of unreasonable searches.


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Will Drone Cargo Ships Sail the Seven Seas?

Will Drone Cargo Ships Sail the Seven Seas? | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Rolls-Royce's plans for unmanned ships have raised industry hackles
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Interesting move to the age of abundance?

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Burn Arduino Bootloader on Atmega-328 TQFP and DIP chips on ...

Burn Arduino Bootloader on Atmega-328 TQFP and DIP chips on ... | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Parts required (Hardware) Arduino Uno Board (1) TQFP 32 to DIP 28 Adapter (1) Link Atmega TQFP 32 pin chip (1) Atmega DIP 28 pin ch...

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Q-jumpers-The Health Myth Busters: Creating abundance from scarcity

Q-jumpers-The Health Myth Busters: Creating abundance from scarcity | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
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http://q-jumpers.blogspot.ca/p/creating-abundance-from-scarcity.html Start by using ethics - the accepted principles of ethics?

There are four main principles, which on the surface are quite simple. They are these:
1. Beneficence (or, only do good things)

2. Nonmaleficence (or, don’t do bad things)

3. Autonomy (or, the patient decides important things)

4. Justice (or, be fair to everyone)

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Stamp of approval for new living cell printing technique

Stamp of approval for new living cell printing technique | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Researchers in Huston have developed a cost effective method for printing living cells with almost a 100 percent survival rate. The method which resembles t...
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Moore's law will save the day-  great medical advance -going from $10000 to $1.Wow

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