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Aging on Nautilus: A New Information Channel

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***The Creative Aging Series: A New Resource***

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Courtesy of Growing Bolder

          Nautilus has announced the development of a new information channel, “Aging on Nautilus.” This post will bring you to the channel and its current essays. Nautilus now joins Next Avenue as a reliable source of information and thinking about aging in new ways.

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Source: Aging on Nautilus

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Courtesy of Growing Bolder

The Creative Apothecary Salutes Nautilus for Its New Channel on Aging !

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No, Evolution Is Not Always Dog-Eat-Dog

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***Weekend IdeaFest Series: Power of Cooperation***

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Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

          People, ideas, and organizations develop and evolve through cooperation as well as competition. This essay from Nautilus is a thoughtful reflection on the importance of cooperation in human and social development. The featured images are from the wonderful Story People series by artist Brian Andreas. Each one is a meditation in itself.

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Source: No, Evolution Is Not Always Dog-Eat-Dog

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

 

The Creative Apothecary Believes in the Value of Cooperation!

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Cooperation Is What Makes Us Human – Issue 1: What Makes You So Special – Nautilus

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***Ideas That Matter Series: The Basics of Being Human***

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         Nautilus is a treasure chest of ideas that make us think a little deeper than usual. Today’s post is essential reading amid the turbulence of the political and social world. Cooperation is not only basic to our being human, it is the bedrock of civil society and our ability to live together. Many of the stories I share on this blog are examples of people working together to make this a better world. The featured images are from the ever-wonderful Buddha Doodles.

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Source: Cooperation Is What Makes Us Human – Issue 1: What Makes You So Special – Nautilus

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Courtesy of Buddha Doodles

The Creative Apothecary Celebrates People Working Together!

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How to Understand Extreme Numbers

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***The Weekend IdeaFest Series: You NEED to Understand Big Numbers!***

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Courtesy of Eric Carle

Courtesy of Eric Carle

           Do you know that a million seconds is almost 12 DAYS and a billion seconds is almost 32 YEARS!

          This is somewhat different from my usual post, but extremely important. Most people have no concept of the difference between say a million and a billion. This is a wonderful read that will help you to understand the real differences here. We make political and practical decisions every day based usually on our NOT understanding big numbers!

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“The late statistics wizard Hans Rosling, who died this month at age 68,  brought at least 10 toilet paper rolls to some of his…”

Source: How to Understand Extreme Numbers

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Courtesy of Eric Carle

Courtesy of Eric Carle

Courtesy of Eric Carle

The Creative Apothecary Loves to Play with Numbers!

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The Secret of Buckminister Fuller’s World-Changing Ideas Was Serendipity – Facts So Romantic – Nautilus

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***Transforming the World We Live In Series***

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Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

          We need to reread Buckminster Fuller, absorb into our very beings the lessons of his life and work. In an age of specialization gone mad, Fuller’s approach to creativity in the most practical sense of shaping a world that works for everyone is our hope for the future.This Nautilus essay cum interview with Jonathan Keats introduces his book on Fuller, You Belong to the Universe. These are the ideas that can lead us to an inclusive and vibrant future.

           The images are from Brian Andreas Story People, a “Bucky mind” if there ever was one!

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“In his 2016 book, You Belong to the Universe, Jonathon Keats sets out to release Buckminister Fuller from “the zany sci-fi designs…”

Source: The Secret of Buckminister Fuller’s World-Changing Ideas Was Serendipity – Facts So Romantic – Nautilus

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

Courtesy of Brian Andreas Story People

The Creative Apothecary Celebrates the Work of Buckminster Fuller!

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