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Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations

Charles Wheelan
Charles Wheelan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how prescient his novel, “The Rationing,” was in depicting a world in the grips of a dangerous virus, and the associated human response to it.
Charles Wheelan
Charles Wheelan joins Jim Blasingame to put in perspective with other global challenges the current pandemic that has planet Earth in its grasp, and how this one is different, if only in velocity.
Sam  Zietz
Sam Zietz joins Jim Blasingame to discuss what the future of retail – including food service – will look like in a post-coronavirus marketplace, based on the behavior and expectations of customers.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on the new tools and expectations that will be part of our future, including the role of A/I to conduct medical research.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to reveal a promising new process of turning any carbon-based trash into a valuable commodity, graphene, which could be the steel and aluminum of our future.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame offers his thoughts on historic global vulnerability, why the current time is another of those periods, and what we should all do to save ourselves from further harm.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to propose that if we had to discover that we weren’t prepared for a Black Swan event, will we one day be thankful this one was just the coronavirus?
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the many global paradigms that are shifting because of the pandemic, and what the world will look like on the other side of this, including many of our institutions.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how a new technology would create electric current from the moisture in the air, plus a new agriculture method that reduces the amount of raw land to feed the world.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on the continued growth and elegant applications of 3-D paradigm enhancement, including the new examples of very small pieces and biological products.

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