Monthly Archives: July 2005

More-with-Less Innovation: Light your home without electricity

Deep in the bowels of the multi-billion dollar Energy Department federal bureaucrats are hard at work not coming up with this innovation.

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More-with-Less Innovation: Films without film

The movies you see will soon look better, and cost a lot less money and energy to get to the theater.:::

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More-with-less Innovation: Faster, cheaper, inkjet printing

Hewlett-Packard invested $1.4 billion to make inkjet printing, better, faster, and cheaper. :::

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The Race: Conflict vs. Harmony

There is a race between the mostly constructive powers of voluntary human action, and the mostly destructive powers of coercive governmental constraint . . .

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Human Innovation: Memory lost, memory restored

Alzheimer’s disease devastates the lives of millions. It robs people of their memories and leaves their brains a tangled mess. But now the first glimmers of light and hope may have penetrated through these tangled vines of murdered memory.:::

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Human Innovation: Fixing your mitochondria

Human Innovation: Fixing your mitochondria

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Human Innovation: Meat Without Cruelty

No animals were harmed in the creation of this steak.:::

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The Race: Tracking Mad Cows

Human innovation vs. government. Race over.:::

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More-with-less Innovation: using one thing to accomplish two things

America may already be wired for broadband everywhere.:::

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Saving Lives

A profit-making investment of $3-million could save the lives of 1 million children.:::

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