Tag: education

Sustainable Education Loan Ecosystem – To Benefit Students & Educational Institutes

Sustainable Education Loan Ecosystem – To Benefit Students & Educational Institutes

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

I think if we look at the world, the matured world and wherever people claim that they have best quality education happening, arguably the best, now there we see that funding, the sources of funding have been resolved. There are various avenues in which they can get funding. For Example, to sight the US case […]

Nicholas Christakis: The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence

Nicholas Christakis: The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

Hi, my name is Nicholas Christakis and I’m a physician and a social scientist and the discipline I’m going to be speaking about to you today is sociology.  Sociology is the field in which you study human behavior and human experience and how it relates to the fact that individuals are embedded within larger groups […]

Biosphere 2: About Our Ocean

Biosphere 2: About Our Ocean

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 25, 2019

Hello, my name is John Adams. I’m deputy director here at Biosphere 2. one of the truly unique features of Biosphere 2 is we have a million-gallon ocean. it was originally designed after a Caribbean reef environment, and early on, some of the most significant research came out of this area, and we were able […]

What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? | #aumsum

What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? | #aumsum

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

It’s AumSum Time. What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? They have not disappeared. They have gone to a Party. Oh AumSum. Firstly, mortality rates would be greatly reduced. As malaria and dengue fever are caused by mosquitoes. Malaria is responsible for more than 400,000 yearly deaths. Secondly, as mosquito bites will no longer be an issue. […]

Your future tech may rely on deep-sea mining

Your future tech may rely on deep-sea mining

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 24, 2019

(subtle music) (water bubbling) – [Cory] There’s a conflict brewing at the bottom of the ocean. In the coming decade, it will play out thousands of feet down in deep dark expanses of sea floor. On one side of the battle are unique and alien like creatures: giant tube worms, yeti crabs, dandelion like jellyfish […]

What if Antarctica MELTED?

What if Antarctica MELTED?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 24, 2019

This is Antarctica. Today, it’s mostly known for ice, penguins, and not much else. Or, in another way, Antarctica is easily forgotten, with some people not even bothering to include it on their World maps. But in modern times, we’re beginning to hear more and more about Earth’s southernmost continent. Mostly through news reports on […]

How to optimize your gut and brain bacteria | Dave Asprey

How to optimize your gut and brain bacteria | Dave Asprey

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 24, 2019

One of the things that’s come out, just in the last five years, is the importance of the microbiome. And the functional medicine crowd has been talking about it for 20-plus years, and we just didn’t have good data. But today, there is a company that has more than 100,000 people’s poop. And what they’ve […]

🔴 A Recession Bet – Interest Rates Going to Zero | Recession Watch

🔴 A Recession Bet – Interest Rates Going to Zero | Recession Watch

By Micah Moen 49 Comments August 23, 2019

I’m Alex kerkovich the founder and CEO of Hunter investments and I’m delighted to have as our guest today John Burbank the founder of passport Capital He found a passport capital, I believe in the year 2000. Mm-hmm and it’s been very successful and very well known in the notes during the times leading up […]

How to Clean, Drain and Dry Your Boat

How to Clean, Drain and Dry Your Boat

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 22, 2019

Ah. Recreating on the water. The perfect way to slow down, reconnect with the outdoors and pick up hitchhikers? What the!? The introduction of aquatic hitchhikers, also known as aquatic invasive species, to a new ecosystem, can lead to widespread loss of habitat, threatening wildlife that depend on healthy habitats for survival. What can we […]

Scale of cells | Structure of a cell | Biology | Khan Academy

Scale of cells | Structure of a cell | Biology | Khan Academy

By Micah Moen 12 Comments August 21, 2019

– [Voiceover] When we study science it’s natural to just categorize a whole series of things as just being really really unimaginably small. So when people say, hey atomic scale, or molecular scale, or protein, or cell, you often just group that together and say oh, those are really really really really small things. But […]