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Hello Reader, We are born into a world that gives us lifelong operating instructions on every aspect of our lives from language, to culture, to education, to work, to relationships, to childbearing and child raising, to eating, to health, and even to death. Every aspect of life is mapped out in the norms of this...
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Hello Reader, In the desert of Southeastern Utah the sand itself is alive. There is a crust made up of cyanobacteria, green algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, and other tiny organisms that protect the soil against erosion, retain moisture and help the grasses and bushes to keep a foothold in the sand. The National Park Service...
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Hello Reader, On Earth Day, we at Bold.ly NOW participated in an UP.game event where the speakers were asked to share a vision of the future from 2030. I’ll share my story from the future in a moment, but first I want make a simple request. The time has come for all of us, governments,...
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Hello Reader, This week in PROOF, we are going to look at the Future of Cities and some of the great thinking and work that is happening in regards to how we might rethink the way we live together. As human beings moved from nomadic life to agrarian life, the first cities were built. These...
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Hello Reader, From greenwashing to cancel culture to RINO finger pointing we are living through a hyperbolic era of double speak. Propaganda and deception aren’t new or even, for most of us, surprising. What is new is that so much of it is very obvious and not even thinly hidden. The lies aren’t meant to...
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Hello Reader, You are one of the first generations of the hyper-media age, an age where every second of the day some story is coming at you from all corners of the globe. Some as short as a tweet and others long reads, streaming series and documentary films. Content of every kind from every angle...
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Hello Reader, I just scheduled a COVID vaccination. I found myself thinking about things I might “get back to” doing, like travel, group exercise classes, and eating indoors at restaurants. I have to say, after the last year it all feels a little foreign. Not bad, just foreign. A thought came to me – rather...
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Hello Reader, One thing that all futurists have in common is a driving curiosity about the future. We want to know how things are going to advance in technology, health, life extension, reproduction, society, law, economics, etc. In general, most futurists work to make accurate predictions about this future and share those predictions with the...
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Hello Reader, Yesterday, on our Bold.ly NOW Youtube Channel we got a comment on a recent podcast we did with Lucian Tarnowski: “Globalist, hard pass”. The finality and brevity of the comment is priceless, as is how completely the commenter missed the point of the conversation. My guess is that he didn’t watch much, if any of the...
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Hello Reader, Everyone keeps saying that this is one of the most divisive times in history. Divisive yes, but in the context of the brutal history of humanity, this is a time that is certainly less divisive than the average. World War I and WWII combined resulted in over 87 million deaths. Now that’s divisive....
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