Geology: A Growing Earth Theory

I think this is brilliant, however I am wondering where the water for the oceans came from, how mountains and volcanoes form and the center of the universe jab at the end leaves me saying a brick is missing.  But don’t throw the baby out with the bath water.

If You Don’t Like the Speed, Get Off the Ride

We have lived in “exponential times” since the big bang (if there was one)

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Cooperation Studies: A New Story

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Howard Rheingold, introduces a new story regarding how human systems are acting collectively. Cooperation has created entirely new systems with new motives, organization, processes, inventory, geography and tempos. And new technology is becoming a ever more powerful catalyst for cooperation as we are experiencing in smart mobs and wikinomics.

Here’s Howard’s own video on Blip.tv

Here’s Howard’s presentation at the TED 2005 Conference