Monthly Archives: January 2010

An Economics Lesson For Obama From Japan

It seems those in Washington will not learn from history.  Printing money, and dreaming this will fix our economic woes only further exacerbates the problem.  We’re not suffering from a lack of “demand.”  Our monetary policies are not properly allocating … Continue reading

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A Cold Heart

About a year and a half ago I committed myself to try and more fully understand love.   By love, I mean all possible uses of the word.  I felt that I understood love very little, so attempted to figure out … Continue reading

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Today’s Thoughts

Lately I’ve been studying economics and quantum mechanics, in particular quantum electro-dynamics (QED).  I was thinking about writing an entry on the basics of QED and how light travels across a room, bends through a lense, or bounces off a … Continue reading

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Two Videos I Thought Were Funny

Here is a video Greg sent me, which I found to be both hilarious, and a little scary – scary because it’s true. This other video is about Obama being an absolute failure.  Which he is. “To think I actually … Continue reading

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Quantum Mechanical Time Machines!

Today I’ve been reading a book written by UCLA physicist Fred Alan Wolf called “Parallel Universes:  The Search For Other Worlds”.  I just started on Part V and, after reading the first few pages, I think my mind is about … Continue reading

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