‘Society’

Crime and punishment

Crime and punishment

The privacy laws are so tight, that the criminals have the advantage. It is so hard to know who has a criminal past. Citizens ought have the right to delve into...

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Would you vote for mandatory HIV tests?

Would you vote for mandatory HIV tests?

Jonar Nader asks if our society will tolerate compulsory HIV testing. He also ask similar questions about breath testing for non-drivers, and whether schooling...

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Virtual reality sex partners

Virtual reality sex partners

Why bother with basic porn? We might soon have data-suits that can dish up cybersex. Jonar Nader explains the application of tele-dildonics. To listen to an excerpt...

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Distributed computing gives more power

Distributed computing gives more power

There will come a time when we will share each other’s microprocessor so that out PCs don’t sit idle. We will allow others to share our computing power,...

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The long-term benefits of migration

The long-term benefits of migration

What are the bigger-picture benefits of multiculturalism? Are migrants useful to our society and to the business community? Jonar discusses the idea that we should...

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Predicting the next 100 years: Part 2

Predicting the next 100 years: Part 2

Is it possible that the cartoonists of old were the ones designing our future? In predicting life in the next 100 years, Jonar Nader explores how our everyday...

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Predicting the next 100 years: Part 1

Predicting the next 100 years: Part 1

What can we expect in the next 100 years? Jonar Nader talks about the inventions that we might enjoy into the future. Could we live to be 200 years old? Would...

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When did the millennium begin?

When did the millennium begin?

When does a new millennium begin. People celebrated the new millennium at midnight of the last day of 1999, but Jonar Nader argues and calculates that the new...

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Who is snooping on you? Part 2

Who is snooping on you? Part 2

We leave many clues behind us in the office. How many shreds of evidence are you leaving around for colleagues to decipher? Is nothing sacred? To listen to an...

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Who is snooping on you? Part 1

Who is snooping on you? Part 1

We leave many clues behind us in the office. How many shreds of evidence are you leaving around for colleagues to decipher? Is nothing sacred? To listen to an...

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