Human Sciences (General Anthropology)
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No One Thing

Among others, Gary Taubes has famously argued that calories don’t count. Perhaps the more nuanced version is that the quality of calories, not the quantity, is what counts. Mr. Taubes and I
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The probabilistic, multi-factorial, individualistic nature of human nutrition and health. 

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Is the Internet Good or Bad for Your Brain? | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Is the Internet Good or Bad for Your Brain? | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | Human Sciences (General Anthropology) | Scoop.it
The answer to whether the Internet is good for our brains can be a resounding “yes” if its analytical and collaborative power is used properly to monitor and enhance brain functionality in a cost-effective, scalable manner, writes Alvaro Fernandez.
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The Internet, etc., as neuro-evaluative environments that shape us as we shape them. 

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Elisabet Sahtouris

From the roots of the word Economy as the 'Rules of the household' into a whole fluent explanation of how we should look at nature's zero waste economy to design or economic system. She says -We never really had a science of economics. She ends with speaking about a gift currency of how money is issued to make the transaction happens but disappears afterwards. Highest evolution is a gifted currency.


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Kendra Shanley's comment, December 19, 2012 12:36 PM
Wow, this is great. Her analogies are perfect. The Northern Industrial Organs!