If you are familiar with the X Prize, then what if there were a prize dedicated to poverty reduction through the diffusion of advanced technologies?
Monthly Archive: September 2015
Where we live – the air we breathe, the water we drink, the environments around us – has a huge impact on our health and even on our DNA.
Salty streaks have been discovered on Mars, which could be a sign that salt water seeps to the surface in the summers.
Last year, I blogged on a CDC report that Alzheimer’s Disease is more prevalent than previous epidemiology had acknowledged.
[BBC Documentary 2015] Bionics, Transhumanism, and the end of Evolution – Full LENGTH+ HD
In celebration of the upcoming Alcor 2015 Conference, this week’s Video Friday is a “Frozen Friday” too.
Why do humans love to look at patterns? I can only guess, but I’ve written a whole book about new mathematical ways to make them.
Bitnation Refugee Emergency Response (BRER) is a Humanitarian Aid Project of Bitnation to facilitate and provide Emergency Services and Humanitarian Aid to refugees during the European Refugee Crisis of September 2015
As Bitcoin and Litecoin cryptocurrencies fluctuate in value against the more traditional currencies, the imagined monetary values generate new melodies and rhythms.
In its purest form, digital art is ephemeral and based on a transient technology.