Therefore, says Nenner: I told my clients and pension funds and big firms and hedge funds to almost go out of the market, almost totally out of the market.
Rolling Stone’s profile of Alex Jones is a largely positive and accurate exploration of Jones’ personal history and the factors that continue to drive and motivate his work today.
Political scientist Joel Skousen predicts what's in the pipeline for 2012
Kurzweil believes that we're approaching a moment when computers will become intelligent, and not just intelligent but more intelligent than humans. When that happens, humanity — our bodies, our minds, our civilization — will be completely and irreve
Eighty years ago this year, the editor of the New York Times had a brainstorm: ask some of the day's great intellectuals for their personal vision of what the United States would be like eighty years in the future. What follows are some of the thoug
Prepare yourself for the impending global crisis
Mainly because of one simple fact that most people in this country simply don't understand.
Below are my New Year’s predictions. I’ll bet you a million dollars that they come true. Want to take the bet?
MichaelBelfiore.com author of "Rocketeers" (The Private Space Industry) and his new book The Department of Mad Scientists: How DARPA Is Remaking Our World, from the Internet to Artificial Limbs - MichaelBelfiore.com
And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp…And the name of the star is called Wormwood…and many men died… (Revelation 8:10-11)
To be honest, I’m not much for New Year’s; it’s just an arbitrary day that has no more or less significance than any other day of the year, but I suppose all the time off over the holidays does give one plenty of time to pause, reflect on the previou
The outstanding question from the get-go of 2011 is just this: can a political economy be kept floating along like a Winnie-the-Pooh balloon on gusts of sheer fakery? To me, the simple answer is no.
Ernest Hancock - Future Predictions
Ernest Hancock - Future Predictions
2010 detailed by FreedomsPhoenix
The reason libertarian philosophy is such a good predictor of the future is that logic and reason dominate over wishful thinking. Basic principles of human behavior, that are easily understood by a 5th grader, are...
In 2011, with the arsenal of schemes to prop them up depleted, we predict "Crack-Up 2011": teetering economies will collapse, currency wars will ensue, trade barriers will be erected, economic unions will splinter, and the onset of the "Greatest...
Ernest Hancock will host a meetup at the Freedom's Phoenix Workshop Wednesday, December 8th, from 4-6 p.m.
WALLACE: You said something to the effect in your essay that the children of Europe used to be called 'cannon fodder' and here in the United States they are 'television and radio fodder.
As users become more mobile and businesses become more interdependent, the "security perimeter" is becoming increasingly harder to define -- and nearly impossible to defend.
“No doubt there will be countries and cultures that view HPE as a weapon for overt or covert social manipulation."
So we Tea Partiers cling bitterly to our guns and religion, do we, Barry? Well, everybody seems to cling to something. Liberals cling to their envy and resentment. Republicans cling to their golf clubs. -- L. Neil Smith
Google has been testing a self-driving car on the highways of California. But cool ideas such as these have often not panned out. TIME takes a look at visions of the future we've been endlessly waiting for (and some that we're happy haven't yet arriv
The rapid rate of technological and social change means the future comes crashing towards us faster than ever before, says visionary science fiction author William Gibson.
5) You'll spend a lot of your time feeling like a dog leashed to a pole outside the grocery store – separation anxiety will become your permanent state
This not the beginning chapter from a new Utopian/Dystopian fantasy novel
That's a Duesy
What if the next car you buy will be the only car you ever have to buy again? What if you could have every model, every new improvement added to the car you own in a blink of an eye? What if you could sit where ever you wanted when you drove? What if
The First Seasteading Conference on a Cruise Ship