Are you willing to take the risk of treating your own disease or obediently follow your doctor?

Check this out!  Man finds extreme healing eating parasitic worms – http://bit.ly/g2j666 #cnn

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Preserving the tradition or abiding by the law?

Check this out!  BBC News – Polygamy in Canada: How many wives can a man have? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-11776534

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The Age of Nanotechnology

RE: Study tracks benefit, risk of nanoinvaders

This is the age of photonics, robotics and nanotechnology, where the smallest becomes powerful.

Problem is, destructive technology also goes nanotech.  😦

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RE: Digital Drugs

RE: Digital Drugs

This is a good alternative solution for dangerous drug users. Since it’s hard to convince users to stay away from drugs, then it’s better to let them try the digital drugs http://www.switched.com/2010/11/22/i-dosing-digital-drugs-review/

In this simple way, we can help the drug users/substance abusers rehabilitate themselves as they get high on digital drugs.  Though it may not be effective to some, but at least trying this alternative solution for abusers, means a lot.  Just the fact that they are willing to try it, means they are willing to rehabilitate themselves for a better life, and that’s a good start.

If it could only be innovated and be more effective to be more convincing, then it would be much better.  More study in neuroscience, psychology, technology &  chemistry to produce a better product like this will be impressive.  Another good alternative would be a psychotherapy through Virtual Healing for the Real World http://nyti.ms/fjiIWH.

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Are you willing to compromise privacy over security or vice versa?

Check this out!   Google Street View May Have Caught a Thief in Action

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RE: Sri Lanka to legalize gambling to boost tourism

RE:  Sri Lanka to legalize gambling to boost tourism

Gambling can only attract gamblers and what’s their statistical finding on this?  Is it worth the bill? Is it worth the investment?

Gambling, especially to religious extremists is a “no no” that can even put the country in a bad light knowing that it “presents itself as a conservative society”.    If the majority will agree on this, then it’s alright.  But for having around 70% Buddhist,  I doubt it.  Unless there will be hidden agendas.  Eventually perhaps.

The country itself is already interesting to tourists because of the country’s assets: culture, natural resources & its people.  Simply nurture the assets and respect its conservative culture for a peaceful humane society.

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RE: The business of innovation: Steven Johnson

RE:  The business of innovation: Steven Johnson

“Go for a walk; cultivate hunches; write everything down; but keep your folders messy; embrace serendipity; make generative mistakes; take on multiple hobbies, frequent coffee houses and other liquid networks; follow the links; let others build on your ideas; borrow, recycle, reinvent.”

Such an inspiring article and worth a tweet.  🙂

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