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How to Spread Misinformation

How to Spread Misinformation | The Political Side of Things | Scoop.it

With the advent of the Internet and social media, the average person is afforded unprecedented power to consume and spread information. But with great power, comes great responsibilities -- to be skeptical, to seek out facts...

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Is Anything Certain in Science?

Is Anything Certain in Science? | The Political Side of Things | Scoop.it
Last week, I was at a coffee shop working when a lady approached me and invited me to attend a science discussion group. The topic was the
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New York scientists unveil 'invisibility cloak' to rival Harry Potter's

New York scientists unveil 'invisibility cloak' to rival Harry Potter's | The Political Side of Things | Scoop.it
By Caurie Putnam ROCHESTER N.Y. (Reuters) - Watch out Harry Potter, you are not the only wizard with an invisibility cloak. Scientists at the University of Rochester have discovered a way to hide large objects from sight using inexpensive and readily available lenses, a technology that seems to have sprung from the pages of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter fantasy series. Cloaking is the process by which an object becomes hidden from view, while everything else around the cloaked object appears undis
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The year ahead: ten amazing science and technology innovations coming in 2014

The year ahead: ten amazing science and technology innovations coming in 2014 | The Political Side of Things | Scoop.it
From the world's largest underground hotel to Star Wars-style holographic communication, the coming year is set to unveil an array of incredible advances in science and technology
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We may be at one of those rare points: Science and technology in key areas have completed the basic research and development, experimentation and applications design. Now, new products, services and changes will come at an exponential pace.

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