I retweeted this story yesterday – and then woke up this morning realizing that I was going to want to find it faster later, a lot, probably. The first weird thing to report is that Twitter censored the video
Lake Tahoe Federal Lawsuit 5G Health and Environmental Effects Press Conference – Federal lawsuit filed against TRPA, Verizon Wireless, and Tahoe Prosperity Center to stop deployment of hundreds of new cell towers and wireless antennas in Lake Tahoe’s relatively pristine
California has set the precedent qualifying EHS as a triable issue, based on their Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEMA) — even if the diagnosis is not (yet) recognized as a disability by the ADA or the Healthcare Industry. The
17 January 2020 – Wireless Technology in Our Midst: How Wi-Fi, Smart Meters, Cell Phone Antennas and 5G Present Risks to our Health, Privacy, Security and the Planet Sunday, January 12, 2020, The Willard School, 185 Powder Mill Road,
Whisper Valley (http://www.whispervalleyaustin.com/), a community located just outside of Austin, Texas that is currently under construction. Every home will have an array of solar panels, spray foam insulation, and geothermal heating and cooling. Cost: $200,000 and Up Assistance with this
Sal Khan [ 1 MAR 2018 | Reinventing Education | 1:01:06 ] at Google HQ summarizing the Khan Academy story for a National Teacher of the Year event.
Zeynep Tufekci [ 16 JAN 2018 | Machine Learning ] speaks at Dartmouth’s Neukom Institute.
Zeynep Tufecki [17 NOV 2017 | Machine Learning ] When people voice fears of artificial intelligence, very often, they invoke images of humanoid robots run amok. You know, Terminator. That might be something to consider, but that’s a distant
Back in 2008, with the publication of Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell pointed out how important historical events can be to the possibility and character of Real Life Superheroes — giving as examples Sun Microsystem’s Bill Joy, Microsoft’s Bill Gates and The
Elon Musk [ 3 MAY 2017 | Urban Design | 40:50 ] Chris Anderson: In the next half hour or so, we’re going to spend some time exploring your vision for what an exciting future might look like, which I