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February 7th, 2011
12:50 PM ET

BIG I: The Future of Humans

In today's Big I, we took a look into the future at what humans are going to be like in a few years.  Juan Enriquez, author of the book "Homo Evolutis" joined us live on the show.

Click here to take a look at Juan's TED Talk Tuesdays video.

Click here to check out an article on the Future of Humans.

Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • The Big I
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  1. Larry

    Children who are not born to legal United States citizens should NOT automatically become United States citizens. I love children, but , in my opinion, it is the only reason that a very large percentage of pregnant illegals come to this country. It must be stopped. Our Constitution can be changed to correct this amendment. (#14) Thanks, Larry.

    February 7, 2011 at 1:35 pm |
  2. Dr. John Hait

    I sent this email to the President
    Dear Mr. President,
    How to slash billions of dollars from the Defiance budget, without sacrificing a single GI, while making their international job work better.
    Use your 20 or so star wars lasers (they exist, I’ve seen them working,) to say “stick-em-up” to all of the countries in the world to make them sign a treaty giving the U.N. authority to “internationalize” their armies the way F.D.R. nationalized the Arizona and California National Guards and sent them home to prevent fighting between the two states, back in the ‘30s.
    Thus the international community will be responsible, and thus have to pay, for their own Peace and Security, and America won’t have to. By giving the U.N. teeth, you can rightfully cut the U.S. budget.
    Best Regards,
    Dr. Hait

    February 14, 2011 at 2:27 pm |

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