Tag: science and technology

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There’s an idea out there (too late to help the current situation) that could almost eliminate fraudulent mail-in ballots in the future. Require people to provide a thumb-print when they register to vote and put a thumb-print on the mail-in ballot. A little ink pad could be provided to the voter with the mail-in ballot. […]

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Young people and commentary about them tend to focus a lot on the present. But what will the future that Millennials and younger generations inherit actually look like? Jack enlists R Street Institute Technology and Innovation Resident Fellow Caleb Watney to return to the podcast for some big-picture thinking about what the future might hold.

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Warning – this is another post about GPS I’ve been speaking and writing about the history of GPS since 2006 (and blabbing about in on Ricochet since I joined in 2015). The two major predecessor systems, Project 621B and my father’s Timation, both date to 1964. I have a 1966 621B document which dates it […]

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