Jean-Baptiste Michel

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Biography:

Jean-Baptiste Michel graduated as an Engineer of Ecole Polytechnique (Paris, France) in 2005. Since then, he completed an MS in Applied Mathematics and a PhD in Systems Biology at Harvard University. Jean-Baptiste is interested in quantitative aspects of phenomena directly relevant to human life, such as the evolution of disease-causing cells during pathogenesis, violence during conflicts, or the way language and culture change with time. He currently develops a quantitative approach to the study of trends in human languages and cultures based on millions of digitized texts.

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EMP & Space Elevator/ Big Data

In the first half, Professor of History William Forstchen shared updates on the dangers of an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack which could take down the power grid, as well as his research into building a space elevator, which could bring revolutionary changes to the... More »

Last Night

UFO investigator Katie Griboski on the nature of UFO/UAP reports, and the obstacles in investigating them. Followed by screenwriter and producer Bryce Zabel, who discussed the fast-breaking developments in the UAP story.

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