One interesting fellow who commented on early articles on this blog is Pete Murphy, who worked for thirty years in manufacturing and engineering for a major chemical company and now writes in his spare time. What’s interesting is that his book, Five Short Blasts, take an economic approach to analyzing the population problem in the [...]
Posts from ‘May, 2009’
None of the political options offered us in a modern time make much sense, because they are all based on a singular idea: social thinking. This situation started before 1789, but culminated in 1789, and it was called The Revolution. That expanded into modern liberalism, which also underscores modern conservatism. They are two manifestations of [...]
Here’s a prime example of our major human problem — arguing from the human as the cause of all effects, and therefore, having no idea what actually causes anything, although we feel better treating the world as if it were a personalitied human like us: A UK-led team located two genes on chromosomes six and [...]
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