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What Happens When Our Cellphones Can Predict Our Every Move?

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What Happens When Our Cellphones Can Predict Our Every Move?

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MIT Predicts That World Economy Will Collapse By 2030

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Forty years after its initial publication, a study called The Limits to Growth is looking depressingly prescient. Commissioned by an international think tank called the Club of Rome, the 1972 report found that if civilization continued on its path toward increasing consumption, the global economy would collapse by 2030. Population losses would ensue, and things would generally fall apart.


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[VIDEO] Invention of the Internet in 1934?

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In a 1934 book titled, The Treaties on Documentation, Belgian entrepreneur Paul Otlet conceived of a system for requesting and retrieving massive amounts of information. Calling it a “radiated library,” Otlet’s device would allow users to retrieve all the world’s information—books, magazines, film, music—with a single phone call. Did he invent the Internet? Here, Alex Wright, director of user experience at The New York Times and discoverer of Otlet’s lost opus, explains at the 2012 World Science Festival program, Internet Everywhere, just how close Otlet had come to creating the world’s first information-networking system.


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Space elevators and smart machines: Life in the year 2100 - CNN.com

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Michio Kaku predicts what technologies could be around by the year 2100.

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