Mandy Froelich – Thanks to the ingenuity of a blind inventor, people who lack sight can more easily navigate the world.
Eta Onrish – People say we’re living in a country that’s fast becoming a new 1984. I think they’re wrong. It’s worse.
Mandy Froelich – A top addiction therapist suggests that giving your child a smartphone is like “giving them a gram of cocaine.”
Sofia Adamson – Instead of mindlessly staying glued to your screen, consider limiting the use of your smartphone to only these features and apps.
Sofia Adamson – Many are realizing that it may be a bigger problem than we thought.
Anna Hunt – Research shows that Internet access creates an environment conducive to sleep deprivation.
Kingsley L. Dennis – In much of our thinking, the sacred world is divorced from that of secular technologies.
Julian Rose – We are at a turning point in the affairs of man.
Paul A. Phillips – New technologies for creating a thriving future are already emerging.
Bernie Suarez – Our obsession for technology is becoming a form of psychosis that threatens to destroy humanity.
Julian Rose – Smart technologies come to us as an array of seductive weapons, turning many into cyber slaves.
Jay Dyer – The coming technocracy is not something to come in the distant future, but is a present reality.
David Gardner – This technology has existed for decades.
V. Susan Ferguson – Clues in the ancient texts reveal the alien roots of modern technology.
Jon Rappoport – Technocrats want to be machines. They aren’t, but they keep trying.
Bernie Suarez – 7 top reasons why cell phones are terrible for society.
Video – Will technology create a more dynamic and effective classroom environment that encourages students to help each other achieve educational goals?
Video – From the possible colonisation of other worlds to clothes that will automatically clean themselves when you step into sunlight, here’s a video of 15 futuristic technologies predicted that we’ll see within the next 50 years.
Video – When impoverished inventor Nikola Tesla died in New York City, the U.S. government confiscated his notes. Why? Were they trying to steal his technology? Did they ever relinquish the notes? Tune in to this episode to find out.
Video – Akinori Ito of Blest Corporation demonstrates how his invention, a machine that converts plastic into oil, works.