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Oil Slick Could hit East Coast in Weeks Gov. Scientists Say

Posted on June 3, 2010 by

The BP oil slick could hit the east coast in a matter of weeks and will probably spread across thousands of miles of Atlantic shorelines, government scientists have reported. A computer model analysis from the National Center for Atmospheric research shows oil winding around Key West moving up to North Carolina and then spreading east […]

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E-Book Tidal Wave: The Future Has Arrived

Posted on May 21, 2010 by

The e-book digital revolution is sweeping the world and altering the playing field for the book industry disrupting the traditional publishers who have dominated for a century. Electronic books comprize only 5% of the market today but are accelerating exponentially. By the end of 2012 digital books will exceed 25% of unit sales and another […]

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Healthy Care vs. Healthcare

Posted on May 13, 2010 by

It seems to me that there should be some real interest on the part of our government and private sector in creatingo a “healthy care” industry focused on disease prevention and overall wellbeing. This would include nutrition and diet, exercise, lifestyle enhancemnet and mental health sustenance (sans drugs) including intellectual and emotional stimulation. We can’┬át […]

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Are Volcanos Now Triggered by Global Warming?

Posted on April 15, 2010 by

Iceland-volcano-eruption-volcanic-activity-in-the-land-of-fire-and-iceA vast cloud of volcanic ash is sweeping across northern Europe causing hundreds of flights to be cancceled due to rock and glass from the Icelandic Eyjafjallajokull glacier volcano. Scientists point out that the thinning of ice over volcanic areas will criminsh the weight of the crust causing more eruptions. These shifting of stresses could […]

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Why Ipad is the future of computing

Posted on April 3, 2010 by

The Ipad embraces the ideas that photos, music, movies and documents of all kinds, will let you do everything you can imagine for work or play. It is going to become the universal information appliance, which defines the term user friendly. The ipad or versions that will be like it will allow for one device […]

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GOOGLE’S OUTAGES IN CHINA–THE END?

Posted on March 31, 2010 by

on Tuesday of this week, Google’s search engine site in China stopped working. Users in China received error messages for Google searches. Google also said that its mobile services were being partially blocked and that the Chinese government was definitely behind it. Beijing has expressed anger at Google for refusing to censors the site. Is […]

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What happens if political gridlock kills healthcare

Posted on March 8, 2010 by

Few have projected the details of what will occur if the current healthcare initiatives are stalemated in Washington. There has been some general talk of costly overruns for Medicare and a significant increase in interest rates as well as a depressed stock market but these hallmarks really don’t mean much. I would like someone to […]

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Top Potential Medical Breakthrough Gamechangers for 2010

Posted on February 8, 2010 by

1. HIV Vaccine: Researchers have deciphered two antibodies produced by some HIV patients which have neutralized many HIV strains. These are far more potents than the four previously discovered and may be specific to the developing world where 95% of the new cases happen. The current focus is on creating a vaccine active ingredient to […]

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Bookless Future Libraries

Posted on January 18, 2010 by

What will libraries be like in the future. A growing number of librarians are already planning for bookless libraries, administered by central sources in order to allow for “sustainable scholarship”. At one recent conference, experts explained that groups of universities are already exploring shared digital repositories and archives. This collaborative outsourcing will also include catalogue […]

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The Doomsday Clock Graph

Posted on January 16, 2010 by

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