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6/24/17 $2.99 BOOK OF THE DAY Legacy Of Ashes: A Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Adventure by Ric Beard and T.K. King (Science Fiction)

Amidst the chaos of a broken world, two cities must forge a thousand-mile path to unite against the violent remnants of humanity.

The year is 2137. 132 more words

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Future Sports: Connecting the Dots

Last week, I presented on the future of sports at a fund raiser for the Rutgers University Women’s Soccer team. A local Article on the topic captured the high-level themes, but for those interested, here is the full presentation along with two very good reports I tapped into from Delaware North on the future of sports:  744 more words

Artificial Intelligence

The Upside of Bad Genes

Could an Alzheimer’s gene make you smarter, and a sickle cell gene make you healthier?

Published: June 17, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By MOISES VELASQUEZ-MANOFF… 65 more words


I.G. Farbensanto At It Again: Seed Exchanges In Africa Under Pressure

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D.
June 16, 2017

It appears that big “agribusiness” – which we less-than-lovingly refer to here on this website as I.G. 907 more words


Great Walls Built to Banish White Man from Civilization Pt. 16

Travel in and out of the Caucasus mountains is only possible through a small number of narrow passages. The facts show that after the whites had arrived in that area, an extensive series of walls were erected. 991 more words


"When Was The Last Time You Changed Your Mind?"

Last week I had the chance to attend a screening of a new movie about food production, breeding methods and technology at my alma matter, the University of Guelph. 1,205 more words


Science Policy Around the Web - June 10, 2017

By: Allison Dennis, BS

Animal Testing

Lack of Clarity Puts Chemical Safety and Animal Welfare at Odds

In the lineup of American stereotypes, the health-nut who cares about the chemicals in his shampoo is often the same person who cares if that shampoo was tested on animals or not. 757 more words