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What The Greatest Self-Help Books Of The Last Decades Can Teach You In 7 Minutes

As a writer, I’m fortunate to connect with authors and experts all over the globe who have vitally important messages to share. While each of these experts sees the world in his or her own very unique way, and shares a special filter or perspective on life, progress and success, when you peel the …

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Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech: 'he got people to envision the future'

My mother made sure that I knew all about Martin Luther King from a young age. I grew up in a white neighbourhood in the suburbs of Houston, Texas, where I was the only black kid in the class at school. My mom would tell me: "All these things that you can do now, that I couldn't do when I was your …

Martin Luther King's speech: 'It's tied to the American dream'

I went to a school called Martin Luther King Elementary, which is located on Martin Luther King Boulevard, in Miami, Florida. The influence of Dr King trickled down into our lives in myriad ways. I was pushed towards the ideologies that he and others sought to make real, but there were others …

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Can Hacking The Stratosphere Solve Climate Change?

<i>Part 3 of the</i> TED Radio Hour <i>episode</i> The Hackers.<p><b>About David Keith's TEDTalk</b><p>Environmental scientist David Keith proposes a cheap and shocking way to address climate change: What if we inject a huge cloud of sulfur into the atmosphere to deflect sunlight and heat?<p><b>About David Keith</b><p>Environmental …

Can Hacking The Brain Make You Healthier?

<i>Part 5 of the</i> TED Radio Hour <i>episode</i> The Hackers.<p><b>About Andres Lozano's TEDTalk</b><p>Neurosurgeon Andres Lozano talks about dramatic findings in deep brain stimulation including a woman with Parkinson's who instantly stops shaking, and brain areas eroded by Alzheimer's that are brought back to life.<p><b>About</b> …

Wine Waste Finds Sweet Afterlife In Baked Goods

When winemakers crush the juice from grapes, what's left is a goopy pile of seeds, stems and skins called pomace. Until several years ago, these remains were more than likely destined for the dump.<p>"The pomace pile was one of the largest problems that the wine industry had with sustainability," says …

Photograph Your House Key With This App, Then Print A Copy Anywhere

The app's creators think of it as "lockout insurance."<p>You hear myths of old-school locksmiths who are so in tune with their trade, they're able to copy a key just from looking at a photo of it. The old-school-looking guys I talked with at one local shop said they couldn't do that, but now there's …

Stem cells: what happened to the radical breakthroughs?

It's 1998 and science is taking big strides. The first cloned mammal, Dolly the Sheep, has just had her first lamb; the first robotically assisted heart surgery has been completed; Furbys have hit the shelves. In a bold announcement, biomedical engineer Professor Michael Sefton declared that within …

The Week In Numbers: The First Lab-Grown Burger, 3-D Printed Body Parts, And More

<b>$600,000</b>: the funding the National Institutes of Health has awarded to bioprinting projects since 2007. See how 3-D printed body parts will revolutionize medicine.<p><b>20,000</b>: the number of cow cells used to make the first lab-grown beef patty<p><b>$15,000</b>: the money this team hopes to raise for a campaign to …