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This massive project management training bundle is your ticket to a 6-figure career

The Complete Project and Quality Management Certification Bundle examines the most popular project management methodologies.Courses offer full examinations of Agile, Scrum, PMP, Six Sigma and more.The 8-course, 114-hour package is on sale for just $29.99.A successful project manager always has one clear objective: The triumphant completion of a goal. Of course, determining just the right way to achieve that goal... well, that’s where personal ideologies start factoring in.While every major proje...
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The evidence for evidence-based therapy is not as clear as we thought

Over the past decade, many scholars have questioned the credibility of research across a variety of scientific fields. Some of these concerns arise from cases of outright fraud or other misconduct. More troubling are difficulties in replicating previous research findings. Replication is cast as a cornerstone of science: we can trust the results originating in one lab only if other labs can follow similar procedures and get similar results. But in many areas of research – including psychology – s...
Tags: Psychology, Health, US, Mental Health, Depression, Innovation, Emotions, Health Care, Alice, American Psychological Association, Alexander Williams, Vinay Prasad, Adam Cifu, John Sakaluk, Robyn Kilshaw, Kathleen T Rhyner


Can't quit smoking? It might be to do with how sad you are

Emotions have a powerful part to play in both our behavioural choices and our health. Experiencing a range of positive emotions has been associated with lower levels of inflammation, for example, and emotional control has even been linked to higher performance in sportspeople. Negative emotions, too, can have a serious impact on behaviour: research has , for instance.Now new research from Charles Dorison and colleagues at Harvard University, published in PNAS, has looked at the role of negative...
Tags: Psychology, Health, UK, US, Mental Health, Depression, Harvard University, Innovation, Addiction, Health Care, Pixar, Ewan McGregor, BPS Research Digest, PNAS, Charles Dorison


SpaceX Starship Will Have Wheels and Get Towed to Launch Pad

The SpaceX Starship and likely the Super Heavy Booster will have wheels so that they can be towed to the launch pad. Having wheels built into the vehicles will make them easier to move to launch pads... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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First CLT Passive House project in Boston breaks ground

Move over steel and concrete — a pioneering cross-laminated timber (CLT) project that’s set to break ground in Boston could spearhead a greater adoption of mass timber across the country. Local startup Generate Architecture + Technologies has teamed up with progressive developer Placetailor to lead the project — the city’s first-ever CLT Cellular Passive House Demonstration Project — and provide live/work spaces in Lower Roxbury. Developed with the startup’s Model-C system for prefabricated kit-...
Tags: Design, Boston, Architecture, Innovation, Solar, Green Building, Passive House, Modular, Prefab, Cross Laminated Timber, Prefab Housing, Southern Hemisphere, CLT, Sustainable Architecture, Prefabrication, Mass Timber


Consumer Reports Says Tesla Model 3 Range is 350 Miles

Consumer Reports testing finds the Tesla Model 3 has a 350 mile actual range versus 310 EPA sticker. Tesmanian reports taht Sun Xiaohe, Chief of the High-tech Industry and Technology Innovation... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Make Sure You Choose the Right Words

We all want to make progress. We all want to to do the right thing. And we all have the best intentions. But often we don’t pay enough attention to the words we use. There are pure words that convey a message in a kind soothing way and there are snarl words that convey a ...
Tags: Language, Innovation


Innovative food tracker uses app to help you live zero-waste

Industrial designers Altino Alex and Savin Dimov have just unveiled an innovative product geared towards helping families around the world reduce their food waste. The Bubble Food Tracker is an app-controlled food tracker that monitors products in your kitchen, keeping you aware of what you have in stock and your regular consumption habits, all to bring you closer to a zero-waste lifestyle. Food waste is one of the world’s most pressing issues. In fact, according to the Food and Agricultural O...
Tags: Food, Design, Gallery, Innovation, Zero Waste, Modular, Eat & Drink, Zero Waste Lifestyle, Food Tracker, Post-format-gallery, Savin Dimov, Global food waste, Zero-waste Design, Altino Alex, Zero Waste Kitchens, Modular Innovations


SXSW Pitch Finalist: Virsix Games

Virsix Games created St. Noire, the world’s first Alexa-powered murder mystery board game. The Forrest Four-Cast: February 23, 2020 One of 50 finalists for SXSW Pitch 2020, Virsix Games reimagines how people play together by remixing analogue play with cutting-edge emerging technologies such as AI, voice-activated smart speakers, augmented reality, near field communication, machine learning techniques and more.Co-founded by Nolan Bushnell (founder of Atari) and Zai Ortiz (Hollywood creative d...
Tags: Startups, Los Angeles, Startup, Creativity, Innovation, Alexa, Nolan Bushnell, Sxsw, Ortiz, Amazon Alexa, Hugh Forrest, SxSW Pitch, Hilton Austin Downtown, Austin Startups, Board-games, St Noire


Blockchain: Where does the real potential lie?

The hype around blockchain technology has been sufficiently steady since its arrival. But UCLA professor Ramesh Srinivasan reveals the real potential in this relatively new technology is far from its connection to cryptocurrency.To tap this potential, it's necessary to move away from the individualistic intentions to which blockchain so often applies. For example, taking root in areas that have fallen victim to disaster capitalism like Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.To overcome these...
Tags: Programming, Technology, Future, Development, Computers, Engineering, Innovation, Blockchain, Ucla, Puerto Rico, Valley, Ramesh Srinivasan, Disaster Relief


4 Things Every Business Leader Should Know About Artificial Intelligence and Automation

In 2011, MIT economists Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee self-published an unassuming e-book titled Race Against The Machine. It quickly became a runaway hit. Before long, the two signed a contract with W. W. Norton & Company to publish a full-length version, The Second Machine Age that was an immediate bestseller. The subject of both ...
Tags: Technology, Mit, Innovation, Robotics, Andrew McAfee, Erik Brynjolfsson, W W Norton Company


PrufRock Operating and Will Dig Ten Times Faster

Boring Company has completed its first Prufrock boring machine. It is a new and custom design to dig ten times faster than other boring machines. Prufrock is alive pic.twitter.com/VH2YDAw4rb —... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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4 key questions to challenge your views on genetic engineering

A review of Pew Research studies reveals the views of Americans on the role of science in society.4 key questions were asked to gauge feelings on genetic engineering, automation and human enhancement.Americans are split in how they view technology and many worry about its growing role. The Pew Research Center published a fascinating roundup of studies that revealed the opinions of the U.S. public on a number of key science-related issues. The researchers wanted to find out what people thought...
Tags: Elon Musk, Learning, Biology, Genetics, Innovation, Philosophy, Evolution, Statistics, Pew Research Center, Crispr, Forrester, Bioethics, Pew Research, Neuralink


3 "symptoms" of atheism, as described by a Christian minister

A recently published article claims to identify the symptoms of "low-level atheism."Among these symptoms are worrying, cursing, and not tithing. There is a solution to all of this though, not being an atheist. Sending in money is also involved. Alaskan minister Tad Lindley recently published an essay pointing out the symptoms of low-level atheism. This groundbreaking work, destined to be the foundation of further theological study for decades to come, identifies three major symptoms of the condi...
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Forget Your Business Plan – Create a Strategy Map

Strategic plans become outdated the moment they’re created. Instead, create a one-page strategy map. Having run the internal strategy consulting group at HP, and then consulting to both startups and big companies like Disney, Visa, Colgate, Medtronic and others, I’ve created hundreds of strategic plans. Business strategy used to be a clear and methodical process. No more. Today’s discontinuous technologies and ...
Tags: Leadership, Disruption, Strategy, Management, Change Management, Hp, Innovation, Business Strategy, Disney Visa Colgate Medtronic


How is diversity being weaponized?

In efforts to achieve diversity, whether within workplace teams or elsewhere, leaders often focus on variation of identities regarding race, gender, sexual orientation, and physicality.Evolutionary biologist Heather Heying urges that these efforts be taken a step further to focus on diversity of viewpoints and socioeconomic status — two forms of identity that are less apparent without thoughtful conversation. Achieving diversity in these ways adds varying life experiences and opinions that enric...
Tags: Work, Gender, Money, Identity, Lgbt, Religion, Race, Economics, Society, Innovation, Community, Inequality, Humanity, Social Change, Self, Heather Heying


181 CEOs of the Largest U.S. Corporations Altered the Role of Corporations for Decades to Come

Imagine getting the CEOs of the largest corporations to agree on something. Well, it just happened, and it’s going to change the very purpose of 21st-century corporations. In his 1962 book Capitalism, the Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman wrote, “There is one and only one social responsibility of business — to use its resources and ...
Tags: Leadership, Innovation, Shareholders, Milton Friedman, Stockholders, Largest U S Corporations


Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!!

Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!! Facts: A burglary occurs every 13 seconds in the U.S. 88 % of all burglaries are residential in nature. 77% of all crimes are property crimes. 3 out Read more… The post Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!! appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
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Can these giant dams keep Europe from drowning?

The Northern European Enclosure Dam (NEED) would cut off the North and Baltic Seas from the Atlantic Ocean.It would save 15 countries, and up to 55 million people, from sea level rise—but at a cost.The idea is a warning more than a plan: NEED will be necessary if we don't stop global warming now. Unprecedented scale Climate change is real, and it's bad. It's also gradual and impersonal. That's why it's both tempting and easy to stick your head in the sand. Do that long enough, though, and you'...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Wales, Climate Change, France, Germany, Environment, Oceans, Netherlands, Innovation, Anthropocene, Norway, Map, Rivers, North Sea


What will the first weed degree program in the U.S. look like?

Colorado State University-Pueblo will offer the first undergraduate weed degree in the U.S.The program will include intensive coursework focused on chemistry and advanced biology. Cannabis has become one of the fastest-growing job markets. Weed can now get you a degree. A public university in southern Colorado has announced that it will offer the United State's first cannabis-focused major.The new Cannabis Biology and Chemistry Program was created after students at Colorado State University-Pu...
Tags: Education, Biology, Colorado, Washington, Marijuana, Society, Chemistry, Innovation, Plants, Botany, Forbes, Cbc, United State, WBUR, Northern Michigan University, Colorado State University Pueblo


These are the 7 most partisan issues in America right now

The data comes from a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center.Climate change, guns, and the environment ranked at the top of the list, which climate change representing the widest partisan gap.The survey also revealed some interesting splits along generational and gender lines. Isn't it strange that you could probably predict which party an American belongs to simply by knowing where they stand on a few issues? Support gun control and environmental protections? Democrat. Concerned about i...
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UFO sightings: Why Mount Shasta is the new Roswell

Unusual UFO-shaped formations were observed in the skies over Mount Shasta.These were actually lenticular clouds that often look like lenses or flying saucers.This volcano peak in California has long been the subject of conspiracy theories. Mount Shasta in California has become a nexus of conspiracy theories and unusual events. The latest viral sensation from the area has been a UFO-shaped object that appeared in the skies above the potentially active volcano peak of 14,179 feet on the mornin...
Tags: Psychology, Weather, Space, California, Nasa, Conspiracy, Innovation, Aliens, Ufo, Extraterrestrial Life, Woodstock, U S Forest Service, Roswell, Cosmos, McCloud, Mount Shasta


3 easy ways to help people in extreme poverty

Widely described as one of the most influential living philosophers, Peter Singer provides concrete and straightforward ways of combatting poverty.You can have a major impact by donating to organizations like the Seva Foundation or Fred Hollows Foundation, which perform cataract surgery; the Fistula Foundation, which corrects potentially ruinous complications that occur while giving birth; and Village Enterprise, which fosters and funds enterprise in small villages.A free download of the 10th an...
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Powering Communication for an Interstellar Probe

There was a November 2019, NASA Workshop on Interstellar Propulsion. It was part of the 2019 Interstellar Symposium. The workshop focused on physics-based propulsion technologies that have the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Tesla Cybertruck Reservations Over 535,000

Tesla Cybertruck pre-orders has passed a half million according to an unofficial tally updated by reservation holders. Cybertruck reservation holders at Cybertruckownersclub.com have been tracking... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Artificial atoms create stable qubits for quantum computing

Researchers at UNSW Sydney have made improved qubits using concepts from high school chemistry. Above -A silicon qubit high-frequency measurement stage, which is positioned inside a dilution... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Picosecond Lasers and Avalanche Reactions Generate 1 Billion Times Fusion Reactions

HB-11 Energy has published its progress towards generating commercial nuclear fusion using a dual laser method. the University of New South Wales reports that HB11 Energy has been granted patents for... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Business Plans Need To Address IP

There are several things to consider when you are a business or company. One of those considerations are what protections are available for your business or company. If your company or business lacks proper protection, then you may not be able to profit as much or even leave your company or business assets vulnerable to […] The post Business Plans Need To Address IP appeared first on Vincent LoTempio | Registered Patent Attorney, Trademark, and Copyright | 1-800-866-0039.
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Artificial intelligence yields new antibiotic

Using a machine-learning algorithm, MIT researchers have identified a powerful new antibiotic compound. In laboratory tests, the drug killed many of the world's most problematic disease-causing bacteria, including some strains that are resistant to all known antibiotics. It also cleared infections in two different mouse models.The computer model, which can screen more than a hundred million chemical compounds in a matter of days, is designed to pick out potential antibiotics that kill bacteria u...
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How to deflect an asteroid

On April 13, 2029, an icy chunk of space rock, wider than the Eiffel Tower is tall, will streak by Earth at 30 kilometers per second, grazing the planet's sphere of geostationary satellites. It will be the closest approach by one of the largest asteroids crossing Earth's orbit in the next decade.Observations of the asteroid, known as 99942 Apophis, for the Egyptian god of chaos, once suggested that its 2029 flyby would take it through a gravitational keyhole — a location in Earth's gravity field...
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