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Education System in the Balance?   My response to: The tipping point in education reaching soon, time for disruption. Published on July 12, 2017 By Krishna Kumar Reimagining education Mr. Kumar stated, ““Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” — Jim Rohn” <<>&gt; Jim Rohn was a motivational speaker. […]

Different Types of Intelligence?

Different types of intelligence?   My response to: Your education doesn’t define who you are or where you’re going Published on May 25, 2017 By Alexandra Galviz Serial giver | Kindred content spirit | Gentle millennial warrior | Wisdom whisperer <<>&gt; Let me say that it is good that you overcame so adversity but […]

Education and Innovation or Educate to Innovate?

Education and Innovation or Educate to Innovate?   My response to: Making Education the Foundation for our Innovation Economy Published on May 7, 2017 By Rick Huijbregts Digital Transformation and Innovation I wrote in the title educate to innovate because I thought that that was one thing Obama said that was wrong, one of many! […]

Can Success Stories Affect Anything–STEM?

Can Success Stories Affect Anything– STEM? My Response to: No hidden figures: success stories can help girls’ STEM careers <> Published on February 10, 2017 By Phumzile Miambo-Ngcuka United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of United Nations Women Phumzile Miambo-Ngcuka stated, “What makes a young girl believe she is less intelligent and capable than a […]

Should STEM Take You Anywhere?

Should STEM Take You Anywhere? A critique of: Why STEM can take you anywhere Published on February 1, 2017 By Judy Marks CEO, Siemens USA <> Judy Marks has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. Judy Marks declared, “Here’s a great example of how we can make things better for the next-generation workforce: We call […]

Greed and Poverty

Greed and Poverty   Why do we have competition, everywhere? Why is it we fight to get things—to acquire wealth and assets?   Why is it that we have wealthy countries and poor countries?   Yes, in nature, competition is the norm. Charles Darwin’s survival of the fittest applies to nature, but humanity left nature […]

2015 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,600 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 43 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]