The secrets contained in our individual genomes are less valuable than we like to believe (DNA privacy: don't flatter yourself 27 January 2013 - New Scientist http://t.co/GeHRscDb #privacy #genomics...
In the Tesarem Foundation survey of 818 participating Transhumanists, it was found that 33.7% of respondents found inhabiting multiple selves as a potentially viable option of achieving a type of immortality. A noteworthy percentage which, alongside...
Many conservatives appear to have an unshakable, bedrock belief that solar power will never be cost-effective. Talk about solar, and conservatives often won't even look at the numbers - they'll just laugh at you.
Desktops sales have slowed because manufacturers have let their designs stagnate, but the need for a comfortable machine you can work on hasn’t gone away. Who will reinvent the PC and reap the rewards?
"The middle class is being hollowed out," says James Altucher. "Economists are shifting their attention toward a [...] crisis in the United States: the significant increase in income inequality," reports the New York Times.
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