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The force that’s reshaping the global economy has big implications for the US dollar

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Dramatic historical juxtapositions that highlight the extent of today’s technology revolution are easy to find. The chip inside a singing birthday card has more computing power than the Allied forces had in World War II, according to Professor Michio Kaku’s Physics of the Future (2012). 1,008 more words

Money Matters

Mystical Experience

When you read between the lines you try to understand what someone implies, but doesn’t openly state ...” (www.englishclub.com)

Try writing about what you read between the following two lines: 22 more words

Writing Tips

Moments of Realization

And no I don’t mean this in a buddhist sense, where one realizes steps along the road to liberation, I mean it in a rather more mundane “normal” sense. 482 more words

Self Discovery

“Who’s an Indian now?”: concept, definition, and significant ruling

(by Eileen Dombrowski, from OUP blog) A unanimous ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada on April 14 gives us a dramatic example to take to a Theory of Knowledge class: Métis and non-status aboriginal people in Canada are now defined as “Indians” by the federal government. 1,412 more words

IB Theory Of Knowledge

Next Gen

Soft serve skyscrapers with
Cherry bombs and
Barbed tinsel
Wrapped like a hug you can’t resist
Please;
The smooth candy shell always melts in the sun. 6 more words

Poetry