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One of the bad things about the Obama administration is that human rights have taken a backseat to more pressing concerns abroad. A case in point was Joseph Biden’s recent […]
Recessions are the best time to take chances, make that leap, and truly reinvent your business. When times are good it is all too easy to keep doing what “works”. […]
Obama and Medvedev’s entente at the G-20 produced the most fruitful conversation in years on how to reduce the 24,000 nuclear weapons siloed in the US and Russia. Nuclear energy, […]
Biofuels are the poster children of such good intentions gone terribly awry. Rather than retard global warming, scientists (such as Holly Gibbs, a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment, Matt Struebig from Queen Mary, University of London, and Emily Fitzherbert from the Zoological Society of London and University of East Anglia) are now warning that they may enhance and accelerate it by encouraging deforestation in the tropics.
The New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Group recently carried out a study of recession survival strategies. Their findings should be of interest to business owners everywhere. They examined several multinationals […]
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter is on its way. After a flawless launch at about 5:30 Eastern Time yesterday, NASA’s nearly $600 million satellite is en route to the moon. The […]
Daniel Dennett Investigates Energy Innovation.
1. Authentic Self is achievable through the psychological examination of subconscious paradigms. 2. Perpetuated societal norms are the cause of subconscious paradigms. 3. Psychological examination of an individual does not adress over all causation. 4. Addressing the overall causation is preferable to treating individual cases.
TransLeadership! By (c9 Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) – Arlington, Virginia, USA at www.AgostiniWorks.blogspot.com
Lieutenant Raymond Foster has graciously invited me to make some comments on leadership. I highly appreciated Raymond’s gesture and sophistication in dealing with the increasingly relevant subject. I attended a “LIVE” forum as Raymond was being interviewed I found his words of wisdom very original and useful.
Campaigning has officially stopped one day before Iran’s presidential election. Voters will go to the polls tomorrow to choose from four official candidates who are (deep breath)… Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the […]
Preter-Natural Leadership In Century 21! By Andres Agostini (Andy) – Arlington, Virginia, USA and at www.AgostiniWorks.blogspot.com
Preter-Natural Leadership Success Tenets By Andres Agostini (Andy)
There were two big takeaways from last week’s Cornell Global Forum on Sustainable Enterprise. One was that Al Gore is a very busy man these days. The other is that […]
The so-called Instinct Diet attacks the two primary drivers of failure in dieting: deprivation and hunger.
Human hearing picks up only a limited range of frequencies, and that range diminishes as we age and our ears deteriorate—just think of the high-frequency cellphone rings that high school […]
Georgia Tech wants to know whether hamsters can help solve the world’s energy crisis. “Probably not,” it turns out, “but a hamster wearing a power-generating jacket is doing its own […]
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Retrofitting the United States with green energy infrastructure presents a multi-trillion dollar herculean challenge to the Obama administration, but one that heralds the renewal of scientific thinking at the national […]
I am a naturalized US citizen from the former Soviet Union where I held eight Certificates of Invention from their equivalent of our Department of Patents. I consider myself an […]
Though good for the planet, easy to park, and increasingly affordable, electric cars, at least those that rely on no supplementary fuel, can have one fatal flaw: they boast all […]
Everything has become so very complicated these days. Complexity, if the leader is to be truly successful and sustainably successful in increasingly amorphous, re-adaptable, uncharted waters, he must understand complexity multidimensionally.
Our world needs youth leaders in our communities now from ages 14-25. We need to harness their energy and ideas, give the tools effective leadership and then let them lead! Our leaders in the US congress, corporations, and non-profits need term limits to ensure that the torches of leadership pass smoothly. This will allow our elders to Think Big about new projects as the pass existing programs onto others.
The NYT reports on a recent surge in China’s foreign direct investment. China is taking advantage of a savings stockpile and cheap energy prices to seure itself reliable flows of […]
The Philosophy of Rasiianism
Mary Lou Jepsen says the next chief technology advisor must tackle the energy problem.
Until some mad genetic engineer with a cache of tropical real estate makes Jurassic Park a reality, the details of the lives of dinosaurs beyond what fossils and fossilized footprints […]
For the United States to reach any major goals for renewable energy, it’s going to need major infrastructure development—not only does it have to build the wind farms where it’s […]
The astrophysicist says the President Obama understands the issues related to global warming or the energy crisis, but it wasn’t as bad as we think it was under Bush.
On Feb. 27, 09, Prof. Krugman in his NYT column stated that “ this budget looks very, very good”, that worries me!rnrn
Conor Clarke in the Atlantic’s business blog today, reports on Senator Benjamin Cardin’s plan to make it easy for newspapers to become nonprofits. But do we really want newspapers that […]