Today’s highly interesting read (10/22/19): We Need to Celebrate Human Achievement Day

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Today’s read is from Edward Hudgins that opens:

October 21 is the anniversary of Thomas Edison’s invention of the first workable lightbulb. If we want more lightbulbs shining above our heads, symbolizing new human-enhancing ideas in our minds ready to be made real, then we should mark this date as Human Achievement Day. We have a Labor Day, Veterans Day, Memorial Day, and even an Earth Day, and we should be celebrating human achievements, too!

Read the entire column here.

 

 

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