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Elysium, Seafood, and the "Zero-Sum Fallacy"

The above is a fun video explaining some of the technical problems of last summer’s sci-fi flick Elysium. For example, why is Matt Damon’s job to work in a factory with other humans constructing robots so advanced and sophisticated they could (should) render human labor (of the sort of Matt Damon’s anyway) obsolete? 582 more words

Development

Alternative Approaches for the Australian Agricultural Sector

There are some alternative approaches that are at present ready for adoption by the Australian agricultural sector. The most practical and ideal methods have been selected for discussion in this blog. 656 more words

Mitigation

What is TTIP? And 6 reasons why the answer should scare you

Have you heard about TTIP? If your answer is no, don’t get too worried; you’re not meant to have.

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a series of trade negotiations being carried out mostly in secret between the EU and US. 950 more words

Democracy

You've Been Scammed! What's Next?

There’s nothing worse than that moment of realization when you know you’ve been taken advantage of. Unfortunately, most of us will likely fall victim to some sort of online scam in our lifetime. 574 more words

Titled Vehicles

Phoenix and the Sun; Eternal Friends

Blog 64: October 20 – 26, 2014

After 14 months in California, it is time to spread my wings to the other 12 states in my jurisdiction. 460 more words

Hugo's Blog

The entry of South West Cork into international trade with Europe from the late 16th century. Seizures 1620 of 'Plymouth' sailing from Kinsale to Cadiz and Malaga by Turks and Moores and of 'Weymouth' sailing from Bantry with pilchards to Alicante in Spain and the crew being sold into slavery by the Turks and Moors.

The entry of South West Cork into international trade with Europe from the late 16th century. Seizures 1620 of ‘Plymouth’ sailing from Kinsale to Cadiz and Malaga by Turks and Moores and of ‘Weymouth’ sailing from Bantry with pilchards to Alicante in Spain and the crew being sold into slavery by the Turks and Moors. 655 more words

Taking Your Business Global: SBA Provides Training and Resources to Businesses

Taking your business global is possible with the help of the Florida SBDC and the SBA.  The SBA has a well written blog on “Getting Started With Exporting” and definitely worth reading if you are considering international trade as a venue to grow your business.   80 more words

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