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Jan 29, 2018

‘Holy Grail’ of dinosaur fossils discovered in Egyptian desert

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A new species of dinosaur has been uncovered in the Egyptian desert, a rare discovery in a part of the world not known for dino fossils.

The huge animal, which was roughly the size of a school bus, is an “incredible discovery,” scientists said in a new study that was published Monday.

“This was the Holy Grail — a well-preserved dinosaur from the end of the age of dinosaurs in Africa — that we paleontologists had been searching for for a long, long time,” said Matt Lamanna of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, one of the authors of the study.

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Jan 28, 2018

The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [Automation, Pt. 1]

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, employment, law, robotics/AI

Robots are already changing jobs as an endless array of robots enter our everyday lives. From trucking to service work to high-end jobs like doctors and lawyers, this documentary explores how robotics and artificial intelligence are changing the workplace.

AJ+‘s documentary series on automation explores how advancements in artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning and automated vehicles will affect jobs, cities and inequality. From trucking to radiology, new technology is already changing white collar and blue collar occupations, reshaping cities and concentrating wealth in the hands of the few. Robots are taking over the world as companies like Tesla, Amazon, Uber and Google are using robots to automate.

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Jan 24, 2018

Finland is designing the perfect school

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These lessons have no boundaries.

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Jan 22, 2018

Researchers Developing 30 New Anti-Aging Therapies

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Diagnosis, Advice, and Treatment: This article is intended for informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Anti-aging therapies are considered experimental and involve extra risks. The information provided in this article should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for the diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions. Call 911 or the equivalent emergency hotline for all medical emergencies. As well, consult a licensed physician before your changing diet, supplement or exercise programs. Photos, External Links & Endorsements: This article is not intended to endorse companies, organizations or products. Links to external websites, depiction/mention of company names or brands, are intended only for illustration and do not constitute endorsements.

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Jan 22, 2018

Towards a Reskilling Revolution January 2018 Report | World Economic Forum

Posted by in categories: economics, education

” … [W]hile there has been much forecasting on transformations in labour markets, few practical approaches exist to identifying reskilling and job transition opportunities. Towards a Reskilling Revolution: A Future of Jobs for All provides a valuable new tool that will help individual workers, companies, and governments to prioritize their actions and investments.”

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Jan 19, 2018

Is aging natural or a pathological disease that we can treat?

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Treating the diseases of ageing requires rethinking of our approach to treating disease. Rather than a “whack-a-mole” strategy going after individual conditions, a concerted medical effort against ageing as a whole is in order.


Aging is something that we all share, rich or poor; it is something that happens to us all, and we are taught from a young age that it is inevitable. However, some scientists believe that aging is amenable to medical intervention and that such interventions could be the solution to preventing or reversing age-related diseases.

Academics are currently debating whether aging is natural or a pathological disease that we can treat.

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Jan 13, 2018

Ash Eruption From Philippines Volcano Triggers Evacuation

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Wow!


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Jan 2, 2018

This professor has found the oldest words in the world | SI News

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“These are the oldest and most enduring words in history, researchers at the University of Reading has found … ”

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Dec 27, 2017

What’s Love got to do with Education?

Posted by in categories: complex systems, education, ethics, evolution, futurism, health, homo sapiens, human trajectories, innovation, philosophy, sustainability

[This article is drawn from Ch. 8: “Pedagogical Love: An Evolutionary Force” in Postformal Education: A Philosophy for Complex Futures.]

“There is nothing more important in this world than radical love” as Paolo Freire told Joe Kincheloe over dinner.

- Joe Kincheloe. Reading, Writing and Cognition. 2006.

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Dec 22, 2017

She Prints Her Clothes!

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Danit is the coolest!

9 months of hard work and a below average grade at school didn’t stop her from taking the world by storm with her 3D clothing line!

Follow her story at: Danit Peleg!

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