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Archive for the ‘Crowdfunding’ Category

Editor's Blog

October 24, 2013

Help futurist and filmmaker Heathervescent (aka Heather Shlegel) create The Future of Money TV series.

October 23, 2013

The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge ~ Thomas Berger

October 14, 2013

Help support the development of open science longevity research by contributing to this crowdfunded effort.

September 18, 2013

Because vision is really the primary means by which we assess our environment, throughout history people have always sought ways to augment this ability. Sure, sure. We all know about binoculars and telescopes and microscopes and such... but what if we could enhance our vision without need for any device at all? What if all we needed was a pill?

August 7, 2013

In 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon. Forty-four years later, an enterprising non-profit is building the first privately-owned spacecraft for launch into lunar orbit and using crowdfunding and social media on the internet to enable the public to participate. Named LunarSail, the goal of the project is to give students and the public the opportunity to participate in developing a spacecraft that will not only go into space, but also travel to the Moon while conducting science experiments.

March 12, 2013

Ellipse is a science fiction short film that spans centuries and galaxies being made by director, Ilana Rein, who also made the award-winning documentary WE ARE ALL CYLONS.

November 27, 2012

uBiome has launched the world's first citizen science effort to map the human microbiome. uBiome provides participants with a catalog of their own microbes, detailing the microbial composition of the body and explaining what is known about each genera of microbe.

Ben Goertzel and Hugo de Garis
January 18th, 2011

Ben Goertzel converses with Hugo de Garis on his transhumanist argument for the reality of a Creator.

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