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Monday, March 26, 2012

When the methods you have used lose their effectiveness, its time to change.

When the methods you have used lose their effectiveness, its time to change.: "People doggedly remain loyal to concepts that either never worked well, or are no longer effective.

In order to develop a new method, plan, agenda, procedure or paradigm, it is useful to take a long hard look at where the old method has failed. If you skip this important step, there is a strong likelihood that you will simply grasp hold of another paradigm which will also leave you out in the cold."

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

About Us

About Us: "

About Us
h+ covers technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing — and will change — human beings in fundamental ways. We follow developments in areas like NBIC (nano-bio-info-cog), longevity, performance enhancement and self-modification, Virtual Reality, “the Singularity,” and other areas that both promise and threaten to radically alter our lives and our view of the world and ourselves.

More than that, h+ aims to reflect this newest edge culture by featuring creative expressions of humanity on a razor’s edge where daily life and science fiction seem to be merging"

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Science Proves You’re Stupid

Science Proves You’re Stupid: "When Sperry flashed “WALK” to the right hemisphere in charge of visual representation, the patient got up and walked across the room.  When asked why he did that, he (the left hemisphere, in charge of language) said, “To get a Coke.” Imagine Sperry’s astonishment at that moment, knowing the real reason why that person walked across the room. The language hemisphere spontaneously contrived a reason, yet the person who owned the brain had no notion of this.


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