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The End of the Impulse Shopper

The Web Has Made Consumers More Intentional, Smarter<p>OCONOMOWOC, Wis.—Elisabeth Hoffman and fiancé Josh Loeser paused by a display of artfully decorated cakes and pastries while shopping recently at a Pick ‘n Save grocery store here. But after a split second of interest, their expressions …

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This Japanese Company Wants to Build a Submersible City on the High Seas

Powered by biogas and thermal heating, the city would rest on the surface but go under the sea when needed.<p>Shimizu Corp has a new audacious idea: a domed city on the surface of the ocean, powered by biogas from microorganisms and thermal heating from the ocean floor. Up to 5,000 people could live …

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Is Climate The Mother Of Innovation?

Changing Planet<p>Flooding in New York City caused by Hurricane Sandy Photo by Patrick McFall https://www.flickr.com/photos/ruanon/<p>Toledo, Ohio’s summer battle with toxic algae is just the latest in a string of weather-related catastrophes to beset our nation’s water and sewer systems. Hurricane …

Three Billion People Are On The Internet Now

But 90 percent of the 4.3 billion who aren't live in the developing world.<p>By the end of the year, nearly 3 billion people in the world will have Internet access, according to the latest annual Measuring the Information Society (MIS) Report from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). …

Do dreams occur in slow motion?

When we dream, does time pass at a different pace? David Robson investigates.<p>When my alarm wakes me up, I’ll often hit the snooze button before returning to the warmth and safety of my duvet for another quick doze. But although what follows can seem like a short dream – perhaps a single …

La vida en una isla que está siendo tragada por el mar

<b>"Solía haber árboles frondosos, tierra verde y fértil. Pero ya nada de eso existe".</b><p>Así describe Chris Brunet, residente de la Isle de Jean Charles, la fotografía que tiene en las manos, tomada hace al menos un par de décadas.<p>Él ha sido testigo de cómo se ha ido reduciendo el pedazo de tierra que …