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Reinventors Network821,827People are beginning to fundamentally rethink how the economy could work in a more sustainable way - for the majority of people and for the planet. Join Robin Chase, Founder and former CEO of Zipcar, as we look at how to create an economy where productivity gains come from providing more services rather than more things. How create a sharing economy, one that's not characterized by consumption but by efficiently using what we have? How create a peer economy where individuals are empowered through networked platforms rather than having to always work for the man? Reinvent the Collaborative Economy2013-07-25 20:00:0074  
Reinventors Network821,827If you took stock of America in the early 21st century and thought about how to create the best governing system possible, you would certainly start with utilizing the foundation of modern digital technologies. So then how could governance, or collective problem-solving, work in that new context? How could we maximize the intelligence of all Americans and get way beyond our current Congress? Do you reform the current system or reinvent the whole thing? Reinventors is a series of virtual roundtables carried out over the new medium of group video with top innovators talking about how to Reinvent America across many different fields. We start off with an interview of a remarkable "Reinventor" to get a big idea on the table and then we hold a roundtable discussion with other experts & entrepreneurs who build on the idea. All is streamed live to the web.Reinvent Governance with Jordan Greenhall2013-05-30 20:00:009  
Reinventors Network821,827If you took stock of America in the early 21st century and thought about how to create the best governing system possible, you would certainly start with utilizing the foundation of modern digital technologies. So then how could governance, or collective problem-solving, work in that new context? How could we maximize the intelligence of all Americans and get way beyond our current Congress? Do you reform the current system or reinvent the whole thing? Reinventors is a series of virtual roundtables carried out over the new medium of group video with top innovators talking about how to Reinvent America across many different fields. We start off with an interview of a remarkable "Reinventor" to get a big idea on the table and then we hold a roundtable discussion with other experts & entrepreneurs who build on the idea. All is streamed live to the web.Reinvent Governance with Jordan Greenhall2013-05-30 20:00:0022  

Seb Paquet has been shared in 28 public circles

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Robert Best2,685Google+ Relevance CircleWhat people of "relevance" do we have in common? Care to share?This big shared circle contains my most "relevant" circles according to G+. It also only contains people/profiles who post publicly (Either occasionally or prolifically).Do you recognize others in the list? (I think the probability is high)As far as I know, the visual beside the "Add people" button below shows you the 8 people from this circle who are most "relevant" to you. Also, if you click that add people button, the list inside is ordered by "relevance".Some people in this circle I know very well... others I haven't met at all (Besides interfacing with what they share publicly on G+) I'm curious, what circles do we share of high relevance? Give a few people shout outs! Let's have a random chat.You were likely notified of this post... I normally don't share to any of my specific circles, so as to avoid sending out unwanted notifications... But since I have you and your attention here... HELLO! Have we talked before? Why do you think I have you circled? What's of relevance for you? (Besides people on G+) If we do know each other... Have we been in touch lately? If not, let's please catch up!2015-03-03 01:03:39455111
Robert Best1,879Metacurrency Project Hangout #SharedCircle   This shared circle contains all the people that were invited to, or in some way contributed to, the Metacurrency   #HOA  that just went down.Event Link:https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cccsptirbe75qk8aucg7p6eo5icNote sure if the contained video is public or not, you can let me know if it works for you.A prezi that details a bunch of the Metacurrency Project:http://prezi.com/vcfwa-8ocg7m/metacurrency-strategy-vision/Glancing over the members of this circle, I can see many people I have a lot of respect.for... I bet you will too!The hangout went really well, aside from some slight technical difficulties. Definitely reinvigorated my desire to be a part of this paradigm-shifting project.2014-09-16 02:37:51161102
Lynn Keller7,237I've put together this  circle which includes a host of engaging, appealing, interesting people from different communities and ongoing conversations. Best to all! #circlecount #sharedcircles #circleshare 2014-08-05 20:16:01374827
Becky Collins13,434Mobile Operator Circle:Circle of very #social #engagerspeople and companiesTo be included in my shares (#sharedcircle), be so kind to:1 - Do +1 t the post2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest) Ex: Fashion, SEO, Companies, Social Media Marketing, Sailing, Photography, Bloggers/Writers, Web graphics and design, Italy, Artists, Sport, Finance/Economy ...3 - include the circle among your circles4 - share the circle (include yourself)Improve your popularity, be social be cool !Keep yourself updated, enjoy the Shared Circles Hellenic Alliance, you can share your shared circles inside the upcoming Community:https://plus.google.com/communities/112552559573595396104  #socialmedia  #media  #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circlecircle   #beckyscircle   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles  #sharedcircleoftheday  +Becky Collins ?2014-07-24 05:16:124763112
Becky Collins10,282Mobile Circle :Circle of very #social #engagerspeople and companiesTo be included in my shares (#sharedcircle), be so kind to:1 - Do +1 t the post2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest) Ex: Fashion, SEO, Companies, Social Media Marketing, Sailing, Photography, Bloggers/Writers, Web graphics and design, Italy, Artists, Sport, Finance/Economy ...3 - include the circle among your circles4 - share the circle (include yourself)Improve your popularity, be social be cool !Keep yourself updated, enjoy the Shared Circles Hellenic Alliance, you can share your shared circles inside the upcoming Community:https://plus.google.com/communities/112552559573595396104  #socialmedia   #media   #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlecircle   #beckyscircle   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday  +Becky Collins ?2014-05-28 05:03:174777219
John Nuntiatio36,773#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news   #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #small   #smallcircle #football #tennis #golf #photography #health #weightloss  2014-05-19 21:53:11494136
Gideon Rosenblatt38,394The People I Keep a Closest Eye OnThis is a small circle of 50 people and pages that have my closest attention here on Google+. Some are well-known and have many followers, some do not. All are interesting people (or in a few cases pages) and almost all are quite active here. I am not including myself. This is purely to help you find some interesting new people and pages - especially if you're just getting started here and want some interesting stuff in your stream.  #circleshare  2014-02-02 01:06:385019731
Robert Best1,054Emerging Leader Labs Shared CircleI have compiled all of the google+ profiles of people involved or interested in emerging leader labs. Please help me fill in the gaps of those I have missed or those that I don't know about.+1 this post to be included in the shared circle.Oh! and here is a recording +Connor Turland took of +Arthur Brock explaining the program's 8-week outline.http://goo.gl/Rn9NA  #EMLeaders        #RAJB   #sharedcircles  2013-06-21 02:50:3826102
Gideon Rosenblatt28,713Gideon Rosenblatt's Top 100These are the folks Google tells me are my most relevant people (slightly modified to remove people who are relevant, but not active here on Google+).Looking through this list, I can tell you that these are great people full of interesting ideas and engagement. I'm not in the circle here, so I can objectively say that this group is a worthy addition to your circles. Enjoy this group of people - I know I do. They enrich my experience here. Without them, I probably wouldn't still be here today. P.S. - If you got a notification, that means you're in the circle. 2013-06-11 20:53:39100662467
AyJay Schibig16,440ECLECTIC CIRCLEFeel free to add  and re-share. this  Eclectic Circle of  G Plussers! Circles I am curating:21ST CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHERS (1&2), ALL KINDS, DISCOVERY, FULL CIRCLE,SOCIAL, ECLECTIC,ENGAGERS, AWESOME, NEW HORIZONS and BOOST#circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou     #ShareYourCircle2013-04-13 06:43:023024213
AyJay Schibig15,217ECLECTIC CIRCLEFeel free to add  and re-share. this  Eclectic Circle of  G Plussers! Circles I am curating:21ST CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHERS (1&2), ALL KINDS, DISCOVERY, FULL CIRCLE,SOCIAL, ECLECTIC,ENGAGERS, AWESOME, NEW HORIZONS and BOOST#circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou     #ShareYourCircle2013-03-02 11:23:44245206
Mohammad Rahimi2,027I would like to share this circle of people i follow their posts.2013-02-25 05:38:581061928
Gideon Rosenblatt23,936My Top 150 Here are the 150 people that Google tells me are most relevant to me here on Google+. This is a really good group of people, full of interesting insights and a willingness to help others.I give you a hardy recommendation to add these folks to your circles here. Your stream will thank you for it later.:-)2013-02-22 00:43:3815037734
Robert Best578Members CircleHere is a circle containing all of the Collective Intelligence & Wisdom community members so far.I will try to keep on top of adding new members to a circle and will share it after important milestones or in our upcoming "Start here" posts.If you are not in the circle yet, but would like to be in the future, then just let me know and I will add you. #CICW   #RAJB   #sharedcircles  2013-01-23 17:21:30316201
AyJay Schibig13,588ECLECTIC CIRCLEFeel free to add  and re-share. this  Eclectic Circle of  G Plussers! #circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou 2013-01-10 07:15:50257003
AyJay Schibig12,717ECLECTIC CIRCLEFeel free to add  and re-share. this  Eclectic Circle of  G Plussers! #circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou 2012-12-21 06:26:433277010
AyJay Schibig12,080ECLECTIC CIRCLEFeel free to add  and re-share. this  Eclectic Circle of  G Plussers! #circleoftheday   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharedcircleday   #publiccirclesproject   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  #sharedpublicircles   #circle   #circles   #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #circleme   #sharedpoint   #sharewithyou 2012-12-12 04:23:1442210216
Zbynek Kysela1,918BEST SHARED CIRCLE - Share, share, share!===================================HOW TO BE PART OF IT: 1) Add this circle to your circles -> Add circle2) Share added circle with option "include yourself in shared circle". Done. You're welcome :) ZbynekMy entire social presence:*****************************http://xeeme.com/bouchac*****************************2012-12-07 20:33:1441920625
Kurt Smith14,400Thought Provokers Circle Share - Who's Made You Think Lately?Who's Made You Think Lately? Are they in this circle? For me, +Dede Craig King had me really going last Monday, +Lacerant Plainer always gets me thinking, and just a few days ago it was +Randy Hilarski.Here's latest round of the Thought Provokers Circle. This is an #awesomesauce  circle of great plussers who will make you think (we're all trying anyway). The cool thing about this circle is that you had to be recommended by someone else to get in.Add & Reshare so others can discover these awesome people to follow. Current members please update your circle. If you'd like to join in, please suggest 3-5 people and tell why they make you think. #circleshare   #circles   #circlesharing   #circleoftheday   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharepubliccircle   #publiccircle   #publicsharedcircles  2012-12-04 15:53:26287653061
Brunner Nathan325Some people that comment and follow back.Don't forget to give a share and a plus one.#circleshare #sharedcircles #sharedcircle #sharedpubliccircles #circlesharing #publiccircle #circles2012-11-29 18:03:5327516419
Kurt Smith6,542Thought Provokers Circle Share -- Plussers Who 'Make You Go Hmm...'Next round of the Thought Provokers Circle. An amazing circle of great plussers who will make you think, well maybe. Here's some of the people and wisdom inside:"And a few of us that make you go "HUH???" from +Bearman Cartoons. " Ummmm.... I suddenly feel like I'm back in grade school again and the entire class is giving me the look... You're going to get your arse kicked at recess!!!! said +Frank Garufi Jr.. Check out and discover some new people - I've met +Dede Craig King, +Susanne Ramharter, +MommyLovesTech.Add & Reshare so others can discover these awesome people to follow. Current members please update your circle. If you'd like to join in, please suggest 3-5 people and why they make you think.#circles   #circle   #circleshare   #circleoftheday   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles  +Full Circle +Circles +CIRCLES on Google+ 2012-10-31 14:11:37275922881
Kurt Smith4,603Thought Provokers Circle -- Plussers Who 'Make You Go Hmm...'Round 2 of the Thought Provokers Circle. An amazing circle of great plussers who will make you think! New additions include +Thomas Power, +Bobbi Jo Woods and dozens of others.Add & Reshare so others can discover these awesome people to follow. If you'd like to join in, please suggest 3-5 people and why they make you think.#circles   #circle   #circleshare   #circleoftheday   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles   +Full Circle +Circles +CIRCLES on Google+ 2012-10-17 13:52:172561193675
Tim Moore23,874My Go To Circle when I'm using +Google+ from my mobile --- which is a lot!IF you use +Google+ from your mobile device and want GREAT CONTENT, then this is a money circle for you.  All the guys and gals in here are fantastic and post very shareable items.Created for the circle when you want to reliably find and share great content quickly from your mobile!>>> Help your friends who may be new here to +Google+ - share this circle with them.  They will love you forever......... or at least until payday. :) #greatcontent   #sharing  +Shared Circles on G+ +Public Circles +CircleCount +Nothing but Circles  #sharedcircles   #circlesharing   #circleoftheday  +Shared a circle with you +Full Circle  #mobile  2012-10-02 19:10:48484723561
Kurt Smith3,250Plussers Who 'Make You Go Hmm...' Circle ShareHere's round 1 of the Thought Provokers Circle. Last week I asked who people follow because their posts make you think. The post (  http://bit.ly/WdN9HG) snowballed and here's the result - an amazing circle of great plussers who wil make you think!Add them and check them out, and discover some really cool new people to follow on G+. Please reshare with your followers to expand the thinking.If you'd like to join in, suggest 3-5 people and why they make you think. #circles   #circle   #circleshare   #circleoftheday   #circlesharing  #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #publiccircles  #publicsharedcircles  +Full Circle +CIRCLES on Google+  +Circles 2012-10-02 13:37:49218494954
John Kellden9,492Google+ : Top EngagersLa creme de la cremeFifty people are selected by +John Fanavans :I have no idea how many people follow me. At some point, you decide that you will become a broadcasting service, and engage primarily with a core group. It happens to everyone. When you do, I suggest you reach out to new people like I do from time to time. Just to ensure you dont stagnate. And run public hangouts, they are hard, but they are worth it.He is not your guru. What he is though, is someone having thrown every conceivable angle and the kitchen sink on people, figuring out who are the top engagers:https://plus.google.com/u/0/118328436599489401972/posts/A8QsWpXLnXBHeuristics For The Win Win WinI've added a whole bunch of people, applying my own super seekrit heuristics, towards turning this into what is probably the best circle ever, never to be surpassed. Until next week that is, when I've cooked up a fresh batch of algorithms. But that's then, and this is now, here, enjoy:2012-08-08 07:35:1012933626
John Kellden7,662Here's a few people who are not too shabby.I will spend a week in Greece with wife and kids. Have promised not to bring laptop, and not cheat too much with the G+ mobile thing either. This means you will have to wander aimlessly through the Google Plus Ghosttown while I'm working my tan, enjoying food and wine and sploshing about in the pool. But have no fear, quality content and even higher quality conversation is just a few clicks away, even if you only add a few of the people in the below circle. You all behave now, and talk more in a week.2012-06-18 09:24:0950043238
John Kellden4,179The Moneyball TeamGoogle+ Visionaries, take 2An update of the circle I previously shared. I've removed most of the big hitters.I figured they're in the ten thousand range or more and will survive being cut. Will share them in a new circle in the not too distant future. I also removed some Google Pages. This is the Moneyball Team of Google+. And I mean that as the highest possible praise.#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 13:04:39500648
John Kellden4,179Google+ VisionariesThese 365 people are mandatory to interact with. I suggest you set aside a moment each day for each one in this circle. Which is why I've added 365 people. Seriously, do.Ok, so it's not humanly possible to do that. Think of it as a Google+ smorgasbord of awesome people then.As with my previously shared link of 500 Great Google Plus People, I've looked at these people from a number of different angles. They passed with flying colours. :)#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 11:09:54365231829

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McDonald's plans to open a restaurant run entirely by robots. "The restaurant will still employ a small team to insure all of the robots are working correctly, the food and cleaning supplies remain stocked along with removing the money collected by the robots. Visitors to the restaurant will see these new robots working in harmony at a speed of 50 times faster than the average human employee, with no chance of error. If the test launch for the store is a success, people can expect to see robots located in every store all over the country and at restaurants around the world."

Looks like this could be satire.
"With the high demand for a minimum wage of $15/hr and the protests getting worse, this is something we had to implement. Plus with the high margin of human error, poor hygiene, lack of education, laziness, as well as the recent advancements in artificial intelligence... more »

McDonald's plans to open a restaurant run entirely by robots. "The restaurant will still employ a small team to insure all of the robots are working correctly, the food and cleaning supplies remain stocked along with removing the money collected by the robots. Visitors to the restaurant will see these new robots working in harmony at a speed of 50 times faster than the average human employee, with no chance of error. If the test launch for the store is a success, people can expect to see robots located in every store all over the country and at restaurants around the world."

Looks like this could be satire.
"With the high demand for a minimum wage of $15/hr and the protests getting worse, this is something we had to implement. Plus with the high margin of human error, poor hygiene, lack of education, laziness, as well as the recent advancements in artificial intelligence it just makes sense to automate our restaurants."___

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Algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a process that more closely approximates the way humans learn have been developed.

"They demonstrated their technique, a type of reinforcement learning, by having a robot complete various tasks -- putting a clothes hanger on a rack, assembling a toy plane, screwing a cap on a water bottle, and more -- without pre-programmed details about its surroundings."

"The key is that when a robot is faced with something new, we won't have to reprogram it. The exact same software, which encodes how the robot can learn, was used to allow the robot to learn all the different tasks we gave it."

Algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a process that more closely approximates the way humans learn have been developed.

"They demonstrated their technique, a type of reinforcement learning, by having a robot complete various tasks -- putting a clothes hanger on a rack, assembling a toy plane, screwing a cap on a water bottle, and more -- without pre-programmed details about its surroundings."

"The key is that when a robot is faced with something new, we won't have to reprogram it. The exact same software, which encodes how the robot can learn, was used to allow the robot to learn all the different tasks we gave it."___

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How to instantly turn strangers into sleepover buddies

How to instantly turn strangers into sleepover buddies___

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Because "Russians are the scariest white people": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofx7w_7dDEc

Because "Russians are the scariest white people": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofx7w_7dDEc___

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Cytotoxic T cells
A cytotoxic T cell  is a T lymphocyte (a type of white blood cell) that kills cancer cells, cells that are infected (particularly with viruses), or cells that are damaged in other ways.

There are billions of T cells within our blood – one teaspoon full of blood alone is believed to have around 5 million T cells, each measuring around 10 micrometres in length, about a tenth the width of a human hair. Each cell is engaged in the ferocious and unrelenting battle to keep us healthy.

The cells, seen in the animation as orange or green amorphous ‘blobs’ move around rapidly, investigating their environment as they travel. When a cytotoxic T cell finds an infected cell or, in the case of the animation, a cancer cell (blue), membrane protrusions rapidly explore the surface of the cell, checking for tell-tale signs that this is an uninvited guest.
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Cytotoxic T cells
A cytotoxic T cell  is a T lymphocyte (a type of white blood cell) that kills cancer cells, cells that are infected (particularly with viruses), or cells that are damaged in other ways.

There are billions of T cells within our blood – one teaspoon full of blood alone is believed to have around 5 million T cells, each measuring around 10 micrometres in length, about a tenth the width of a human hair. Each cell is engaged in the ferocious and unrelenting battle to keep us healthy.

The cells, seen in the animation as orange or green amorphous ‘blobs’ move around rapidly, investigating their environment as they travel. When a cytotoxic T cell finds an infected cell or, in the case of the animation, a cancer cell (blue), membrane protrusions rapidly explore the surface of the cell, checking for tell-tale signs that this is an uninvited guest.

The T cell binds to the cancer cell and injects poisonous proteins known as cytotoxins (red) down special pathways called microtubules to the interface between the T cell and the cancer cell, before puncturing the surface of the cancer cell and delivering its deadly cargo.

Source:
http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/bodys-serial-killers-captured-on-film-destroying-cancer-cells#sthash.6UhIhxZr.dpuf

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The time-lapse footage was created by stitching together microscopic slices of the killer cells and their quarry, according to a written statement released by the University of Cambridge. It shows T cells (orange or green blobs) encountering cancer cells (blue blobs) and injecting them with lethal proteins known as cytotoxins (red).

Paper:
http://www.cell.com/immunity/abstract/S1074-7613%2815%2900173-9

Article:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/19/t-cell-video-killers-video_n_7298828.html?ncid=edlinkushpmg00000030

#cancer   #medicine   #Tcells  ___

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Apparently this is a real product. 

Apparently this is a real product. ___

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The link below is to a paper put out by the IMF that attempts to estimate the amount by which fossil fuels are subsidized. The answers are staggeringly large. The good news is that although quite a large fraction of the subsidy is as a result of not making them pay for the adverse effects of climate change, this is outweighed by the subsidy as a result of not making them pay for local damage, such as the costs associated with the effect of pollution on people's health.

This is in principle very good news indeed, because it means that it is in the interests of countries like China to cut down on fossil fuel subsidy even if they act unilaterally. So the seemingly intractable prisoner's-dilemma aspect of the problem may not be so bad after all. In the words of the report itself:


 Most energy subsidies arise from the failure to adequately charge for the cost of domestice... more »

The link below is to a paper put out by the IMF that attempts to estimate the amount by which fossil fuels are subsidized. The answers are staggeringly large. The good news is that although quite a large fraction of the subsidy is as a result of not making them pay for the adverse effects of climate change, this is outweighed by the subsidy as a result of not making them pay for local damage, such as the costs associated with the effect of pollution on people's health.

This is in principle very good news indeed, because it means that it is in the interests of countries like China to cut down on fossil fuel subsidy even if they act unilaterally. So the seemingly intractable prisoner's-dilemma aspect of the problem may not be so bad after all. In the words of the report itself:


 Most energy subsidies arise from the failure to adequately charge for the cost of domestic environmental damage—only about one-quarter of the total is from climate change—so unilateral reform of energy subsidies is mostly in countries’ own interests, although global coordination could strengthen such efforts.

 The fiscal, environmental, and welfare impacts of energy subsidy reform are potentially enormous. Eliminating post-tax subsidies in 2015 could raise government revenue by $2.9 trillion (3.6 percent of global GDP), cut global CO2 emissions by more than 20 percent, and cut premature air pollution deaths by more than half. After allowing for the higher energy costs faced by consumers, this action would raise global economic welfare by $1.8 trillion (2.2 percent of global GDP).

It is sometimes said that to persuade climate-change deniers of the need to cut down on fossil fuels, one needs to present them with a positive vision of what the future would be like if we did so, rather than an avoiding-doom picture. Now, amazingly, it looks as though we have the means to do that. Maybe you don't believe in AGW, or believe that money spent combating it would be better spent directly combating poverty. But if the IMF is correct, then ending subsidies on fossil fuels will make us better off, so it will help us to alleviate poverty, whether or not you believe in the other benefits of reducing emissions.___

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2015-05-19 02:17:16 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

now this sounds like a futuristic headline

___now this sounds like a futuristic headline

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2015-05-18 22:23:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

#CultureHacking  #Conference #Improv #WorkAsPlay  

#CultureHacking  #Conference #Improv #WorkAsPlay  ___

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2015-05-16 16:12:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Save Lives, Kill Jobs, Force UBI, Save more lives.

Save Lives, Kill Jobs, Force UBI, Save more lives.___

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2015-05-15 14:37:54 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

This looks fascinating! How would you recreate civilization as quickly as possible after a cataclysm? This reminds me of Asimov's Foundation scenario.

"Regarded as one of the brightest young scientists of his generation, Lewis Dartnell proposes that the key to preserving civilization in an apocalyptic scenario is to provide a quickstart guide, adapted to cataclysmic circumstances. The Knowledge describes many of the modern technologies we employ, but first it explains the fundamentals upon which they are built. Every piece of technology rests on an enormous support network of other technologies, all interlinked and mutually dependent. "

This looks fascinating! How would you recreate civilization as quickly as possible after a cataclysm? This reminds me of Asimov's Foundation scenario.

"Regarded as one of the brightest young scientists of his generation, Lewis Dartnell proposes that the key to preserving civilization in an apocalyptic scenario is to provide a quickstart guide, adapted to cataclysmic circumstances. The Knowledge describes many of the modern technologies we employ, but first it explains the fundamentals upon which they are built. Every piece of technology rests on an enormous support network of other technologies, all interlinked and mutually dependent. "___

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2015-05-14 22:29:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

#CultureHacking "In a true hacker’s mindset, Culture Hackers look for the vulnerable points within the system, where if a small change is made, it can have a huge impact on culture.  The focus on small things, more frequently, as opposed to taking on big topics, creates momentum.  Boiling it down, a culture hack is simply an intentional action taken to affect positive cultural change within your organization.   It isn’t about looking for a best practice; it is about people getting together to crowdsource a new reality and by Thinking Differently."

#CultureHacking "In a true hacker’s mindset, Culture Hackers look for the vulnerable points within the system, where if a small change is made, it can have a huge impact on culture.  The focus on small things, more frequently, as opposed to taking on big topics, creates momentum.  Boiling it down, a culture hack is simply an intentional action taken to affect positive cultural change within your organization.   It isn’t about looking for a best practice; it is about people getting together to crowdsource a new reality and by Thinking Differently."___

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2015-05-12 02:56:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Another beautiful network map by Andrew Higgins, this time of philosophical SF authors:

Another beautiful network map by Andrew Higgins, this time of philosophical SF authors:___

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2015-05-09 18:44:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

An impossible dream

Kepler, the guy who discovered that planets go in ellipses around the Sun, was in love with geometry.  Among other things, he tried to figure out how to tile the plane with regular pentagons (dark blue) and decagons (blue-gray).  They fit nicely at a corner... but he couldn't get it to work.

Then he discovered he could do better if he also used 5-pointed stars!

Can you tile the whole plane with these three shapes?  No!  The picture here is very tempting... but if you continue you quickly run into trouble.  It's an impossible dream.

However, Kepler figured out that he could go on forever if he also used overlapping decagons, which he called 'monsters'.  Look at this picture he drew:

https://plus.maths.org/issue45/features/kaplan/kepler.gif

If he had worked even harder, he might have found thePenro... more »

An impossible dream

Kepler, the guy who discovered that planets go in ellipses around the Sun, was in love with geometry.  Among other things, he tried to figure out how to tile the plane with regular pentagons (dark blue) and decagons (blue-gray).  They fit nicely at a corner... but he couldn't get it to work.

Then he discovered he could do better if he also used 5-pointed stars!

Can you tile the whole plane with these three shapes?  No!  The picture here is very tempting... but if you continue you quickly run into trouble.  It's an impossible dream.

However, Kepler figured out that he could go on forever if he also used overlapping decagons, which he called 'monsters'.  Look at this picture he drew:

https://plus.maths.org/issue45/features/kaplan/kepler.gif

If he had worked even harder, he might have found the Penrose tilings, or similar things discovered by Islamic tiling artists.  Read the whole story here:

• Craig Kaplan, The trouble with five, https://plus.maths.org/content/trouble-five

How did Kepler fall in love with geometry?  He actually started as a theologian.   Let me quote the story as told in the wonderful blog The Renaissance Mathematicus:

Kepler was born into a family that had known better times, his mother was an innkeeper and his father was a mercenary. Under normal circumstances he probably would not have expected to receive much in the way of education but the local feudal ruler was quite advanced in his way and believed in providing financial support for deserving scholars. Kepler whose intelligence was obvious from an early age won scholarships to school and to the University of Tübingen where he had the luck to study under Michael Mästlin one of the very few convinced Copernican in the later part of the 16th century. Having completed his BA Kepler went on to do a master degree in theology as he was a very devote believer and wished to become a theologian. Recognising his mathematical talents and realising that his religious views were dangerously heterodox, they would cause him much trouble later in life, his teacher, Mästlin, decided it would be wiser to send him off to work as a school maths teacher in the Austrian province.

Although obeying his superiors and heading off to Graz to teach Protestant school boys the joys of Euclid, Kepler was far from happy as he saw his purpose in life in serving his God and not Urania (the Greek muse of astronomy). After having made the discovery that I will shortly describe Kepler found a compromise between his desire to serve God and his activities in astronomy. In a letter to Mästlin in 1595 he wrote:

I am in a hurry to publish, dearest teacher, but not for my benefit… I am devoting my effort so that these things can be published as quickly as possible for the glory of God, who wants to be recognised from the Book of Nature… Just as I pledged myself to God, so my intention remains. I wanted to be a theologian, and for a while I was anguished. But, now see how God is also glorified in astronomy, through my efforts.

So what was the process of thought that led to this conversion from a God glorifying theologian to a God glorifying astronomer and what was the discovery that he was so eager to publish? Kepler’s God was a geometer who had created a rational, mathematical universe who wanted his believers to discover the geometrical rules of construction of that universe and reveal them to his glory. Nothing is the universe was pure chance or without meaning everything that God had created had a purpose and a reason and the function of the scientist was to uncover those reasons. In another letter to Mästlin Kepler asked whether:

you have ever heard or read there to be anything, which devised an explanation for the arrangement of the planets? The Creator undertook nothing without reason. Therefore, there will be reason why Saturn should be nearly twice as high as Jupiter, Mars a little more than the Earth, [the Earth a little more] than Venus and Jupiter, moreover, more than three times as high as Mars.

The discovery that Kepler made and which started him on his road to the complete reform of astronomy was the answer to both the question as to the distance between the planets and also why there were exactly six of them: as stated above, everything created by God was done for a purpose.

On the 19th July 1595 Kepler was explaining to his students the regular cycle of the conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, planetary conjunctions played a central role in astrology. These conjunctions rotating around the ecliptic, the apparent path of the sun around the Earth, created a series of rotating equilateral triangles. Suddenly Kepler realised that the inscribed and circumscribed circles generated by his triangles were in approximately the same ratio as Saturn’s orbit to Jupiter’s. Thinking that he had found a solution to the problem of the distances between the planets he tried out various two-dimensional models without success. On the next day a flash of intuition provided him with the required three-dimensional solution, as he wrote to Mästlin:

I give you the proposition in words just as it came to me and at that very moment: “The Earth is the circle which is the measure of all. Construct a dodecahedron round it. The circle surrounding that will be Mars. Round Mars construct a tetrahedron. The circle surrounding that will be Jupiter. Round Jupiter construct a cube. The circle surrounding it will be Saturn. Now construct an icosahedron inside the Earth. The circle inscribed within that will be Venus. Inside Venus inscribe an octahedron. The circle inscribed inside that will be Mercury.”

This model, while approximately true, is now considered completely silly!   We no longer think there should be a simple geometrical explanation of why planets in our Solar System have the orbits they do.

So: a genius can have a beautiful idea in a flash of inspiration and it can still be wrong.

But Kepler didn't stop there!  He kept working on planetary orbits until he noticed that Mars didn't move in a circle around the Sun.  He noticed that it moved in an ellipse!  Starting there, he found the correct laws governing planetary motion... which later helped Newton invent classical mechanics.

So it pays to be persistent - but also not get stuck believing your first good idea.

Read The Renaissance Mathematicus here:

https://thonyc.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/kepler%E2%80%99s-divine-geometry/

Puzzle: can you tile the plane with shapes, each of which has at least the symmetry group of a regular pentagon? 

So, regular pentagons and decagons are allowed, and so are regular 5-pointed stars, and many other things... but not Kepler's monsters.  The tiling itself does not need to repeat in a periodic way.

#geometry #astronomy  ___

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2015-05-08 20:39:02 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Some more playing around with fractal growths and layers effects. As usual, I marvel at the details when zoomed in.

Some more playing around with fractal growths and layers effects. As usual, I marvel at the details when zoomed in.___

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2015-04-25 00:09:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Zone Lab rencontre Mycelium au Falco

Zone Lab rencontre Mycelium au Falco___

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2015-04-21 04:58:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

G+ autogenerated this movie from my pictures and clips from the Future of Working conference. Not sure it picked the right soundtrack. http://futureofworking.org

G+ autogenerated this movie from my pictures and clips from the Future of Working conference. Not sure it picked the right soundtrack. http://futureofworking.org___

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2015-04-17 17:27:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-17 17:23:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Outstanding

Outstanding___

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2015-04-04 04:28:05 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-31 02:41:10 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"Today, there is someone who sees the moonbow behind every successful person."

"Today, there is someone who sees the moonbow behind every successful person."___

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2015-03-26 05:41:46 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-26 05:41:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Sparkle Geometric Table by John Foster #furniture #design #color #creative http://designspiration.net/image/5597541624590/

Sparkle Geometric Table by John Foster #furniture #design #color #creative http://designspiration.net/image/5597541624590/___

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2015-03-24 03:36:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

YouTube mashup I just made.

YouTube mashup I just made.___

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2015-03-18 12:00:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Writer spends forty years looking for his bully.

Writer spends forty years looking for his bully.___

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2015-03-14 05:08:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

It well could be!

It well could be!___

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2015-03-14 05:07:58 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

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2015-02-17 17:55:19 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

So, last week I asked you about what makes you experience resonance in a conversation with someone. I received tons of amazing, super well-articulated input! Here is a synthesis of your contributions.

So, last week I asked you about what makes you experience resonance in a conversation with someone. I received tons of amazing, super well-articulated input! Here is a synthesis of your contributions.___

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2015-02-15 21:43:09 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

"Duchesne wrote up his findings in a thesis, but because he was unknown and young—only 23 at the time—the French Institut Pasteur wouldn’t acknowledge it. His research vanished, and Duchesne died 15 years later of tuberculosis (a disease that would someday be treatable with antibiotics). It would take 31 years for the Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming to rediscover penicillin, independently and with no idea that Duchesne had already done it. In those three decades, untold millions of people died of diseases that could have been cured. Failed networks kill ideas."

"Duchesne wrote up his findings in a thesis, but because he was unknown and young—only 23 at the time—the French Institut Pasteur wouldn’t acknowledge it. His research vanished, and Duchesne died 15 years later of tuberculosis (a disease that would someday be treatable with antibiotics). It would take 31 years for the Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming to rediscover penicillin, independently and with no idea that Duchesne had already done it. In those three decades, untold millions of people died of diseases that could have been cured. Failed networks kill ideas."___

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2015-02-13 18:15:53 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

amazing image

amazing image___

2015-02-12 17:27:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

More and more people are asking how they can better support me. I'm very grateful for these inquiries. It makes me reassured that what I do matters to at least some people. It also gives me a sense of prospective relief, as I am taking on growing challenges. I feel much less alone than I did a few years ago.

So I am working on figuring out ways I can be helped. I think there are several. I am also working on creating in myself more capacity to receive (and circulate) help. Stay tuned :)

More and more people are asking how they can better support me. I'm very grateful for these inquiries. It makes me reassured that what I do matters to at least some people. It also gives me a sense of prospective relief, as I am taking on growing challenges. I feel much less alone than I did a few years ago.

So I am working on figuring out ways I can be helped. I think there are several. I am also working on creating in myself more capacity to receive (and circulate) help. Stay tuned :)___

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2015-02-12 14:38:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

This is great. #Inflation   #superheroes  

This is great. #Inflation   #superheroes  ___

2015-02-09 23:13:29 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

[personal news + want to hear about your experiences!]

Good news!

So, +Christine Renaud is a woman here in Montreal whose vision and ability have impressed me consistently. We run in overlapping circles (social entrepreneurship and knowledge sharing), and the last few times I ran into her I found myself wondering, "Why on Earth have we never worked together?".

The good news is that I've stopped wondering! +E-180, the company Christine cofounded, is going to sponsor my research into the rise of peer-to-peer and informal learning!

This work will be shared publicly, so that everyone may benefit.

What does E-180 do? It develops matchmaking tools that connect like-minded people who are interested in learning from each other, one-on-one, in person. They call it "brain dates" smile emoticon. Their mission: to transform spaces, events,... more »

[personal news + want to hear about your experiences!]

Good news!

So, +Christine Renaud is a woman here in Montreal whose vision and ability have impressed me consistently. We run in overlapping circles (social entrepreneurship and knowledge sharing), and the last few times I ran into her I found myself wondering, "Why on Earth have we never worked together?".

The good news is that I've stopped wondering! +E-180, the company Christine cofounded, is going to sponsor my research into the rise of peer-to-peer and informal learning!

This work will be shared publicly, so that everyone may benefit.

What does E-180 do? It develops matchmaking tools that connect like-minded people who are interested in learning from each other, one-on-one, in person. They call it "brain dates" smile emoticon. Their mission: to transform spaces, events, cities and organizations into peer-learning hubs.

Title-wise, I am donning the hat of Editor-in-Chief at E-180 Magazine, whose mission is to "explore the changing face of education in the sharing economy".

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SO: I’m going to dig into a learning-related theme each month. And this month’s inspiration points to RESONANCE or VIBRANCY - that peculiar quality of connection that happens between people (possibly strangers) when things “just click” and the conversation gets a whole new level of memorable. And learning happens almost effortlessly.

You know the feeling? Right? Then maybe you can help me this month! May I pick your brain a little?

I may? Yay! So please tell me:

In your experience, with which people does this resonance phenomenon happen to you? Is it random, or is there a pattern? If there's a pattern, what is it? How are they like you, or unlike you?

Thanks much for helping! (You can DM me if you'd rather respond privately.) I'll synthesize the responses I get, plus some research, into an article soon!___

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2015-02-09 01:57:12 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

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2015-02-04 14:24:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

McGroove takes over from the first second. Just like that.

McGroove takes over from the first second. Just like that.___

2015-02-04 12:14:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Existential Cooking

Existential Cooking___

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2015-02-02 23:06:10 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

This is making me a tad peckish..

#guacamole   #recipe  

This is making me a tad peckish..

#guacamole   #recipe  ___

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2015-02-02 02:47:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

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2015-02-02 02:46:33 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Next job on the chopping block: composer?

"You've probably heard music composed by a computer algorithm, though you may not realize it. Artificial intelligence researchers have made huge gains in computational – or algorithmic – creativity over the past decade or two, and in music especially these advances are now filtering through to the real world. AI programs have produced albums in multiple genres. They've scored films and advertisements. And they've also generated mood music in games and smartphone apps."

"Tools such as Liquid Notes, Quartet Generator, Easy Music Composer, and Maestro Genesis are liberating to open-minded composers. They generate the musical equivalent of sentences and paragraphs with consummate ease, their benefit being that they do the hard part of translating an abstract idea or intention into notes, melodies, andhar... more »

Next job on the chopping block: composer?

"You've probably heard music composed by a computer algorithm, though you may not realize it. Artificial intelligence researchers have made huge gains in computational – or algorithmic – creativity over the past decade or two, and in music especially these advances are now filtering through to the real world. AI programs have produced albums in multiple genres. They've scored films and advertisements. And they've also generated mood music in games and smartphone apps."

"Tools such as Liquid Notes, Quartet Generator, Easy Music Composer, and Maestro Genesis are liberating to open-minded composers. They generate the musical equivalent of sentences and paragraphs with consummate ease, their benefit being that they do the hard part of translating an abstract idea or intention into notes, melodies, and harmonies."

"The compositions that computers create don't necessarily need any editing or polishing from humans."___

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2015-02-02 02:41:58 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

This is a superb owl.

For my US friends, a #SuperbOwl  I photo'd in #Prague  for your Sunday pleasure.___This is a superb owl.

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2015-01-27 04:19:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 


Cobra Weave Stick Bomb 0.o


Cobra Weave Stick Bomb 0.o___

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2015-01-27 04:16:39 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Ancient ice

If the Greenland ice sheet completely melts, the sea will rise 7.2 meters.  This will drown most of the world’s coastal cities - unless we move them or build dikes.  So ice on Greenland is important. 

It's also a fascinating record of the past!  Scientists just made this wonderful cross-section of Greenland, showing 4 kinds of ice:

• Green is ice from snow that fell on Greenland after the last ice age.  That's after 12,000 years ago.

• Blue is ice from the last ice age.  That's between 12,000 and 115,000 years ago.

• Red is ice from the warm period before the last ice age - the Eemian interglacial.  That's between 115,000 and 130,000 years ago.

• Gray is ice we don't understand yet.

This cross-section is just part of a detailed 3d map of Greenland, built using ice coresamples and rada... more »

Ancient ice

If the Greenland ice sheet completely melts, the sea will rise 7.2 meters.  This will drown most of the world’s coastal cities - unless we move them or build dikes.  So ice on Greenland is important. 

It's also a fascinating record of the past!  Scientists just made this wonderful cross-section of Greenland, showing 4 kinds of ice:

• Green is ice from snow that fell on Greenland after the last ice age.  That's after 12,000 years ago.

• Blue is ice from the last ice age.  That's between 12,000 and 115,000 years ago.

• Red is ice from the warm period before the last ice age - the Eemian interglacial.  That's between 115,000 and 130,000 years ago.

• Gray is ice we don't understand yet.

This cross-section is just part of a detailed 3d map of Greenland, built using ice core samples and radar from planes.  Here's a great video that shows the whole 3d map and how it was made:

http://youtu.be/u0VbPE0TOtQ

The Greenland ice sheet is melting at a rate of about 200 cubic kilometers per year.  The rate is increasing at about 17±8 cubic kilometers per year each year.  This sounds bad.  Indeed, Greenland is contributing about as much to sea level rise as Antarctica.  But the Greenland ice sheet won't go away soon.  It has about 2,850,000 cubic kilometers of ice! 

Ice from the last interglacial - the Eemian - was only recently found in Greenland.   For more, read this story by Eric Steig:

http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2013/01/the-greenland-melt/

Puzzle 1: if you extrapolate the constantly accelerating rate of melting that I described, when would the Greenland ice sheet be completely melted?  Of course this is naive, but the calculation is easy and fun.

Puzzle 2: about how many gigatonnes of water are in a cubic kilometer?

Puzzle 3: if it were spread equally over the whole ocean, how much would a cubic kilometer of water raise the sea level?

Puzzle 4: what's the absurd mistake in this web page:

http://www.mpimet.mpg.de/en/kommunikation/fragen-zu-klima-faq/how-much-will-the-sea-level-rise.html

#greenland #ice  ___

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2015-01-26 18:29:35 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

This post will either leave you indifferent, or click with you big-time. If it's the latter, please let me know. :)

This post will either leave you indifferent, or click with you big-time. If it's the latter, please let me know. :)___

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2015-01-22 21:30:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Si on peut évaluer l'état de santé de la démocratie selon la liberté journaliste d'un pays ou de la censure quelles qu'elles soient tel l'internet
 Bien il y en a en mauvaise santé.

Combien par année ce font assassinée pour faire leur travail de correspondant, ou emprisonner pour tenir seulement un blogue ..

Sans parler de ceux qui essai par exemple par l'entremise d'un syndicat d'améliorer les conditions de travail dans certains pays qui sont aussi assassinés.

Il y a des endroit ou la vie est dur et que seul leurs intérêts comptes en  {$}  des plus puissants et ce qui est contraire à cela sont éliminés ..   

Si on peut évaluer l'état de santé de la démocratie selon la liberté journaliste d'un pays ou de la censure quelles qu'elles soient tel l'internet
 Bien il y en a en mauvaise santé.

Combien par année ce font assassinée pour faire leur travail de correspondant, ou emprisonner pour tenir seulement un blogue ..

Sans parler de ceux qui essai par exemple par l'entremise d'un syndicat d'améliorer les conditions de travail dans certains pays qui sont aussi assassinés.

Il y a des endroit ou la vie est dur et que seul leurs intérêts comptes en  {$}  des plus puissants et ce qui est contraire à cela sont éliminés ..   ___

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2015-01-20 17:32:26 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Via NewMatilda.com

#Australia #AusPolitics #Precariat  

Via NewMatilda.com

#Australia #AusPolitics #Precariat  ___

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2015-01-19 11:54:33 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

"Where conventional thinking tells us that investing money in research and development is the way to get innovation, we’re putting together a means of innovating whose chief requirements are things like time, imagination, knowledge, initiative and trust, with money moving from primary to secondary concern."

"Where conventional thinking tells us that investing money in research and development is the way to get innovation, we’re putting together a means of innovating whose chief requirements are things like time, imagination, knowledge, initiative and trust, with money moving from primary to secondary concern."___

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