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Kris and Dr. J. are traveling to San Francisco tomorrow for the H+ events, so we’re calling the top hitters for November a day early.

#1 - 7744 hits - Dick Pelletier’s Artificial wombs: is a sexless reproduction society in our future?

#2 - 4220 hits - Giulio Prisco’s Is consciousness a quantum mystery?

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#8 - 1810 hits – George Dvorsky’s The emerging science of collective intelligence and the rise of the global brain

#9 - 1585 hits – Michael Lee’s Shock-testing the Black Swan Theory

#10 - 1553 hits - Marcelo Rinesi’s A To-Do List for the 21st Century


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