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A Scientist Predicts the Future

A Scientist Predicts the Future | !!!Seeking Investors or Partners to develop hospital projects, greenhouses, and real estate in the Dominican Republic and Haiti!!! | Scoop.it

When making predictions, I have two criteria: the laws of physics must be obeyed and prototypes must exist that demonstrate “proof of principle.” I’ve interviewed more than 300 of the world’s top scientists, and many allowed me into laboratories where they are inventing the future. Their accomplishments and dreams are eye-opening. From my conversations with them, here’s a glimpse of what to expect in the coming decades:


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Teresa Lima's curator insight, January 10, 2014 4:38 AM

#Not 

I think the future is unpredictable, and no one  can predict the future!

Carlos Polaino Jiménez's curator insight, January 16, 2014 7:38 AM

Predicción científica del futuro, esto es un tema a leer por lo menos.

Jesús Martinez's curator insight, January 18, 2014 8:07 AM

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Venture capital funding rounds keep getting bigger -- raising worries about a bubble

Venture capital funding rounds keep getting bigger -- raising worries about a bubble | !!!Seeking Investors or Partners to develop hospital projects, greenhouses, and real estate in the Dominican Republic and Haiti!!! | Scoop.it
In tech circles, there's increasing concern about a flood of venture capital money that could artificially boost the value of startups -- and then lead to a dot-com style crash.

Is too much money a bad thing?

Not for you or me, perhaps. But in tech circles, there's increasing concern about a flood of venture capital money that could artificially boost the value of startups -- and then lead to a dot-com style crash.

The debate recently gathered steam when tiny Snapchat turned down multibillion-dollar acquisition offers. Now the checks for later-stage companies are getting bigger too, as home-run seeking venture capitalists court more tech entrepreneurs -- some of whom actually find themselves turning away millions of dollars.

"Startups are raising twice what they used to, and valuations are notably hot," said Craig Hanson, a venture investor with Next World Capital in San Francisco.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, December 16, 2013 12:08 PM

Startups create employment. They add some serious fire to the economy. But bubbles are not what we want. Backlashes from bubbles usually create more pain than gain. Let's keep an eye on these numbers.