Is America Ready for a Third Party?
We started a new political party because we believe in big ideas. Our primary goal is to create solutions for America's problems. All things are possible if you begin with a thought and work diligently to bring dreams into reality. Our seawater pipeline with passive desalination will help combat Global Warming and turn deserts into habitable havens. A transcontinental mag-lev rail system may provide an answer to our transportation needs. Our homestead renewal program may help resolve the problem that the sub-prime mortgage debacle has created. At America's Third Party, we even have a New Strategy for Iraq, that is unlike anything proposed by either major party. There are many issues that America may need to confront in the future. The best ways to tackle these issues are with big thinkers. Visit us at http://www.americasthirdparty.com to learn more about these ideas and our platform.
Understanding thinking talents in yourself and others can build strong teams and help avoid burnout.
- Learn to collaborate within a team and identify "thinking talent" surpluses – and shortages.
- Angie McArthur teaches intelligent collaboration for Big Think Edge.
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Rediscovering the principles of self-actualisation might be just the tonic that the modern world is crying out for.
Abraham Maslow was the 20th-century American psychologist best-known for explaining motivation through his hierarchy of needs, which he represented in a pyramid. At the base, our physiological needs include food, water, warmth and rest.
Using a new process, a mini-brain develops retinal cells.
- Mini-brains, or "neural organoids," are at the cutting edge of medical research.
- This is the first one that's started developing eyes.
- Stem cells are key to the growing of organoids of various body parts.
Does believing in true love make people act like jerks?
- Ghosting, or cutting off all contact suddenly with a romantic partner, is not nice.
- Growth-oriented people (who think relationships are made, not born) do not appreciate it.
- Destiny-oriented people (who believe in soulmates) are more likely to be okay with ghosting.
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