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Evan Reminick
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Lives in Minneapolis, MN
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Kenya is building Africa’s biggest wind energy farm to generate a fifth of its power
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The rich array of microbiota in our intestines can tell us more than you might think.
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It's language. An exploding family of language that will render many other languages obsolete. 
The world belongs to people who code. Those who don’t understand will be left behind.
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A must read for anyone who wants to understand where your insurance premiums go, and why they deliver so little value for the cost!
Nobody wants to say it, but the problem with our healthcare system is the price. In Minnesota, the average health insurance premium consumes 7% of the median household’s income, for very skimpy coverage. That’s not including the deductible, which can be as high as $6,000 in some cases. Does it make sense to spend 7% of your income on something that you probably never or rarely use? My car insurance and house insurance don’t cost that much.
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Innovative, eco-friendly technology is now cheap enough for everyday use. Credit Construction by Stephen Doyle / Photograph by Eric Helgas
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The top 15 largest container ships together may be emitting as much pollution as all 760 million cars on earth.
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Finally, a biological explanation for why I can point toward Lake Erie from any point on Earth!
A team of scientists and engineers at The University of Texas at Austin has identified the first sensor of the Earth's magnetic field in an animal, finding in the brain of a tiny worm a big clue to a long-held mystery about how animals' internal compasses work.
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A Golden Valley family is helping to empower orphans in Africa. The Reminick family has teamed up with students from Breck to hold a first annual fundraiser at the Shops at West End in St. Louis Park. "I saw a lot of poverty, but at the same time I saw a lot of happiness," said 14-year-old Dante ...
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  • Integrated Sales Strategies
    Principal, 2011 - present
  • The Sales Geeks
    Partner, 2015
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  • Ohio Wesleyan University
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Solar Power for Everyone
www.newyorker.com

Cheap green energy is finally within reach, and it’s making utility companies nervous.

Researchers discover first sensor of Earth's magnetic field in an animal
phys.org

A team of scientists and engineers at The University of Texas at Austin has identified the first sensor of the Earth's magnetic field in an

Earthquake-Proof Table
www.neatorama.com

Photo: Arthur Brutter/Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design When an earthquake strikes, they say that you should duck and cover underneath a de

What is code? If you don't know, you need to read this:
www.bloomberg.com

The world belongs to people who code. Those who don’t understand will be left behind.

Golden Valley family works to help African orphans
twelve.tv

A Golden Valley family is helping to empower orphans in Africa. The Reminick family has teamed up with students from Breck to hold a first a

Poor people have all your money. Trust me!
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The Internet's visual storytelling community. Explore, share, and discuss the best visual stories the Internet has to offer.

PlantLab: Urban Farms 40 Times More Productive than Open Fields
weburbanist.com

A Dutch firm on the cutting edge of indoor agriculture estimates that producing food for the entire world could take place in a space far sm

The dawn of marketing’s new golden age
www.mckinsey.com

Marketers are boosting their precision, broadening their scope, moving more quickly, and telling better stories. A McKinsey Quarterly articl

Israel’s Drive toward Self-Destruction
www.politico.com

In the old game of chicken, two cars race toward each other and at the last second one veers away to avoid a collision. Today, the Israelis

Important Fact-Check: 108,000,000,000 ÷ 12,000,000 = 9,000
www.huffingtonpost.com

The Washington Post's resident fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, has a pretty important corrective to mete out to an unsuspecting congressman tod

How Different Cultures Understand Time
www.businessinsider.com

Time is seen in a particularly different...

Total solar eclipse coincides with supermoon and spring equinox
www.engadget.com

The end is nigh, Engadget readers: a triumvirate of celestial events is happening simultaneously. Okay, that might be a bit of an overstatem

The Biggest Threat to America’s Future Is ... America - The New Yorker
www.newyorker.com

Can the United States adapt to a new reality in which it retains its position of leadership but no longer enjoys unquestioned dominance?

Futuristic tires could boost electric vehicles
www.futuretimeline.net

FutureTimeline.net - the latest news and breakthroughs in the world of science and technology

Why America's Internet Is So Shitty and Slow
gizmodo.com

You may have heard that the internet is winning: net neutrality was saved, broadband was redefined to encourage higher speeds, and the dread

China Used More Concrete In 3 Years Than The U.S. Used In The Entire 20t...
www.forbes.com

China produces and consumes about 60 percent of the world's cement - the Three Gorges Dam alone required 16 million tonnes of it. To put Chi

Report: Bill O'Reilly Has Been Telling Lies About War Exploits, Too
fortressamerica.gawker.com

"When hard news people deceive their viewers and readers to advance a political agenda, that's when the nation gets hurt," Fox News Sith lor

Haiku by a Robot
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My 14-year-old has been a regular at M Theory for the past year. He's been in martial arts since age 6, and working with Ishmael is really helping him develop as a competitor and a mature, self-aware person. This is a fantastic studio for jiu jitsu, for health, for friendships.
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