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Indy Johar
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Indy Johar Jul 19
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Indy Johar Jul 19
Actually really enjoyed having this discussion with for
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Nick Horne Jul 15
This is worrying : The 'yield curve' is one of the most accurate predictors of a future – and it's flashing warning signs via
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giulio quaggiotto Jul 14
Experimentation Works, the Canadian gov't effort to build an experimentation culture in the public sector, published both an impact and failure report & Thank you cc
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giulio quaggiotto Jul 14
How to secure a country - a visual study of 21st-century statehood
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Fabrizio Palasciano Jul 12
The future of AI research is in Africa
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Mark Storm Jul 12
The Return of the Face — "People who 10 years ago had no idea what a selfie was now think about their angles in ways that suggest a profound transformation in our sense of our own faces."
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Marc Ventresca Jul 13
Careful, clear analysis and argument. Good read: Anat Admati: Mythbusting Four Popular Excuses for Failed Financial Regulations via
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The Economist Jul 13
China pollutes far less per person than Western countries did at the same stage of development
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
I share all this as a tribute to the life of Gurupreet Kaur and the suffering of her family. I realize it's painful, but I hope it helps us feel the incredible trauma wrought by our current immigration policies and how we're treating the most vulnerable peoples at the border.
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @CatherineCNN
If you've made it this far, follow and read more from . She has been on top of this story from the time it broke and has done incredible work painting a humane picture of how devastating this has been for Gurupreet's family.
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
Her grandmother, Surinder Kaur, fainted upon hearing of her baby girl's demise. "After I regained my consciousness, I just kept repeating her name," she said. "I wanted to see her one last time."
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
"We are devastated. To lose a child is not easy for anyone. But this is just too painful." -- Gurupreet's 70-year-old grandfather, Gurmeet Singh
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
Her family is reeling. Her parents' had planned to celebrate reconnecting. Now they're planning their baby-girl's funeral. Truly heartbreaking to read her parents' words in the wake of their nightmare.
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
Temperatures in the Arizona dessert exceeded 100 degrees. Her mother left Gurupreet with a friend so she could find water for the group. That was the last time they saw each other alive. Gurupreet died of heat stroke while her mother was desperately trying to give her life.
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
Replying to @SikhProf
Gurupreet often talked of meeting her father, who she hadn't seen since she was born. He had escaped persecution in Punjab by seeking asylum in the US. The girl crossed the US-Mexico border with her mother, only days away from finally reuniting with her father.
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Simran Jeet Singh Jul 13
6-year-old Gurupreet Kaur died of heat stroke last month crossing the US-Mexico border with her mother. For some reason, her story has been largely overlooked. I'll try to share it here with the hope that some people care.
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Fire Brigades Union Jul 12
The Tower fire was started by a faulty fridge with a flammable plastic back. Two years on, the government has done nothing to prevent the sale of the same hazardous appliances. The complacency is astounding.
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John Hagel Jul 13
Sir Roger Penrose discusses his theory about the quantum origins of consciousness. He believes we must go beyond neuroscience and into the mysterious world of quantum mechanics to explain our rich mental life
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Indy Johar Jul 13
I hope every decent MP does the right thing - country before power and party...
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