Ray Kurzweil — Immortality by 2045
Ray Kurzweil — Singularitarian Immortalist, Director of Engineering at Google, famous inventor, author of How to Create a Mind
En L’An 2000 is a series of visionary illustrations of the year 2000 from Paris’ World Exhibition in 1900.
At the turn of the previous century, a group of French artists were asked to imagine the year 2000 by illustrating what kinds of scientific and everyday design inventions progress might bring the worl...
Quantum Theory Proves That Consciousness Moves to Another Universe After Death
A book titled "Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the Nature of the Universe", published in the USA, has stirred up the Internet because of the notion that life does...
One Man Holds A Patent That Could Crush Monsanto And Change The World
In 2006 a patent was granted to a man named Paul Stamets. Even though Paul is the world’s leading mycologist, his patent has received very little attention and exposure. Why? As stated by executives i...
When we die, are we gone?
Given Brian Greene’s views on free will, you may not be surprised by his views on the afterlife. But because of physics’ understanding of time, we may not be “gone” after all.
::::    Inge Auerbacher    ::::
Inge Auerbacher was the last Jewish child born in Kippenheim, a village in South-Western Germany located at the foot of the Black Forest, close to the borders of France and Switzerland.
My Journey Through the Holocaust - Inge Auerbacher timeline | Timetoast timelines
The My Journey Through the Holocaust - Inge Auerbacher timeline, an interactive 'My Journey Through the Holocaust - Inge Auerbacher' timeline on Timetoast.
Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher speaks to Sierra High students
Students from Sierra High School listened attentively as the film told the harrowing details of the Holocaust. They heard about Kristallnacht, the night of broken glass. They heard about children bein...
Famed biologist: Religion ‘is dragging us down’ and must be eliminated ‘for the sake of human progress’
Biologist E. O. Wilson, who is known as the “the father of sociobiology,” said recently that the Earth was suffering “the death of a thousand cuts” because of religion.
Why the modern world is bad for your brain
Multitasking is an essential skill in the era of email, text messages, Facebook and Twitter. But, argues neuroscientist Daniel J Levitin, it’s actually making us less efficient
Gerard Piel
Gerard Piel (1 March 1915 in Woodmere, N.Y. – 5 September 2004) was the publisher of the new Scientific American magazine starting in 1948. He wrote for magazines, including The Nation, and pub...
Waldemar Kaempffert
Waldemar Kaempffert (September 27, 1877 - November 27, 1956) was a US science writer and museum director.Waldemar (Bernhard) Kaempffert was born and raised in New York City. He received his B.S. from ...
Waldemar Kaempffert - Wikipedia
En L’An 2000 is a series of visionary illustrations of the year 2000 from Paris’ World Exhibition in 1900.
At the turn of the previous century, a group of French artists were asked to imagine the year 2000 by illustrating what kinds of scientific and everyday design inventions progress might bring the worl...
Quantum Theory Proves That Consciousness Moves to Another Universe After Death
A book titled "Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the Nature of the Universe", published in the USA, has stirred up the Internet because of the notion that life does...
Robert E. Cox
Robert Edward Cox (1917 – December 16, 1989) was an American optical engineer and a popularizer of amateur telescope making. He conducted the popular "Gleanings for ATMs" (Amateur Telescope Makers) c...
Chandler Burr
Chandler Burr (born December 30, 1963) is an American journalist, author, and museum curator. Born in Chicago and raised in Washington, D.C., Burr graduated from Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. ...
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One Man Holds A Patent That Could Crush Monsanto And Change The World
In 2006 a patent was granted to a man named Paul Stamets. Even though Paul is the world’s leading mycologist, his patent has received very little attention and exposure. Why? As stated by executives i...
Mariette DiChristina
Mariette DiChristina oversees Scientific American, ScientificAmerican.com, Scientific American Mind and all newsstand special editions. A science journalist for more than 20 years, she first came to S...
Herbert Zim
Herbert Spencer Zim (July 12, 1909 – December 5, 1994) was a naturalist, author, editor and educator best known as the founder (1945) and editor in chief of the Golden Guides series of nature bo...
::::    Inge Auerbacher    ::::
Inge Auerbacher was the last Jewish child born in Kippenheim, a village in South-Western Germany located at the foot of the Black Forest, close to the borders of France and Switzerland.
Famed biologist: Religion ‘is dragging us down’ and must be eliminated ‘for the sake of human progress’
Biologist E. O. Wilson, who is known as the “the father of sociobiology,” said recently that the Earth was suffering “the death of a thousand cuts” because of religion.
Henry White Warren
Henry White Warren (1831–1912) was an American Methodist Episcopal bishop and author, brother of William Fairfield Warren. He was born at Williamsburg, Mass., and graduated in 1853 at Wesleyan ...
Why the modern world is bad for your brain
Multitasking is an essential skill in the era of email, text messages, Facebook and Twitter. But, argues neuroscientist Daniel J Levitin, it’s actually making us less efficient
John David Jackson (physicist)
John David Jackson (born January 19, 1925) is a Canadian–American physics professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley and a faculty senior scientist emeritus at Lawrence Berkeley Nati...
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Charles Conrad Abbott
Charles Conrad Abbott (June 4, 1843 – July 27, 1919) was an American archaeologist and naturalist.
He was born at Trenton, New Jersey, and studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School...
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Phil Plait
Dr. Philip Cary Plait (born September 30, 1964), also known as The Bad Astronomer, is an American astronomer, skeptic, writer and popular science blogger. Plait has worked as part of the Hubble Space...
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Edmund Beecher Wilson
Edmund Beecher Wilson (19 October 1856 – 3 March 1939) was a pioneering American zoologist and geneticist. He wrote one of the most famous textbooks in the history of modern biology, The Cell.
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Paul Stamets
Paul Edward Stamets (born July 17, 1955) is an American mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal mushrooms.
In the 1970s, Stamets worked in the woods of Washington's norther...
Paul Stamets - Wikipedia