For a multitude of reasons, I contend that science fiction is more progressively impactful than any other genre. For my article here, I want to focus on a couple of key theories for why science fiction is such a progressive

The wake of devastation left by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria this summer made one thing clear: Natural disasters are expensive. Some estimates put the direct economic damage from Harvey alone as high as $190 billion, and that does not

When our human systems, be it agricultural, energy, social, political, or economic are not serving us anymore, we need to question them, or risk a demise like that of the early Polynesian inhabitants of Easter Island. What transpired on that

Book Review: Platform Capitalism by Nick Srnicek, Published by Polity (December 2016) 120 pages Platform capitalism is the latest buzzword, replacing what used to be called “eco-systems”.  It is also sometimes confused with the “gig economy” or the “sharing economy”, enthusiastically

Are you intrigued by terms like Mutant Capitalism, Post-Capitalism, the Collaborative Commons, the Green Collar Economy and the Circular Economy?  I was, and I did some research to clear up the definitions and gain an overview of the new economic

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