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Innovation articles:

Changing face of workplace



Robots and economic process of creative destruction:

Robots and repetitive jobs:

Problems with modern scientific community

Scientific community and science publications

Social science literature has major problems

Military technology

SR-71 Blackbird:

Apache helicopters and helicopter gunships:

Creation vs. evolution

"The one in 1068 is the probability of calling out each card — in order — as you turn them up. That’s the correct analogy between cards and evolution. It’s a certainty you will get a sequence. But is it the exact sequence you want? Correct math, wrong application. The probability is 1 you will get a sequence, but much less likely you could correctly call out each card as it’s dealt (This is also sometimes illustrated as a group of monkeys randomly typing out the works of Shakespeare)."[1]