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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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Debunking the Adam Bridge | Scripturient

Debunking the Adam Bridge | Scripturient | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
A story on the internet in late 2013 claims "NASA Images Find 1.7 Million Year Old Man-Made Bridge." Claptrap. It's not a bridge. It's simply a natural tombolo.
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NASA Plans To Deploy These Crowdsourced Projects In Space

NASA Plans To Deploy These Crowdsourced Projects In Space | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Topcoder's community is helping NASA find new moons of Saturn and send emails securely to the International Space Station.
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Open Hardware Exploration at NEEMO16

Open Hardware Exploration at NEEMO16 | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
It is an amazing rapid prototyping environment that is like a Hackathon on the ocean floor. In April, we had the chance to meet Eric Stackpole and David Lang at the International Space Apps Challenge.
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Space Is Now a Factory

Space Is Now a Factory | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
We may talk about "space tourism" as a specialized form of space travel; even the most cutting-edge space exploration, though, is disconcertingly similar to the basic experience of Earth-bound voyaging. You pack your bags, trying your best to plan for every circumstance that might arise while you're away, and then you're stuck with what you've brought. In space's case, the suitcases in question may be spacecraft and the tools required may be slightly more complex than voltage converters and travel-size shampoos ... but the idea's the same: If you'll need something on your trip to space, you have to bring it with you.
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The Collective Intelligence of the Web - The New Yorker

The Collective Intelligence of the Web - The New Yorker | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
In November of 2000, NASA did something unusual: it asked amateurs to help it map the surface of Mars.
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