Category Archives: Networked Human Exoskeleton

The Origin and Nature of the Networked Human Exoskeleton

Fumbling in the dark. That is what we have done for eons as a species to cope with the uncertainty and randomness of existence. That is what all species do. To be sure, we humans are special in terms of … Continue reading

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Babylonian Lessons for Modern-Day Humans

British author and preeminent evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins weighed in recently with another one of his thoughtful tweets, which prompted some ruminating on my part about humanity and our discursive, rather convoluted history as a species. Did someone invent the … Continue reading

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