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A Conversation With Andre

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

This is an email conversation I had with Mr. Andre Gaudwin. Andre, I’m in agreement with you that the way we’re living today is destructive both to ourselves and to our planet.  Whether it be our forms of government or our philosophies toward life and the Earth, our planet is taking a serious beating. I’ve […]

Greenspan Calls For Fiscal Restraint

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Alan Greenspan himself, calling for fiscal restraint and a “tectonic shift” in fiscal policy.  The man who pumped the economy with all that cheap money now seems to be saying, “Uh oh.  I screwed up big time.  Guys, it’s time to rethink economics.” Read the Bloomberg article here: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-06-17/greenspan-says-u-s-may-soon-reach-borrowing-limit-update1-.html Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan […]

The Epic Life Of Physicists

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Physics is the only subject I know of which allows a person to look out of a telescope, measure the spectral lines emitted from a gas cloud way out in outer space, and determine the origins of the universe.  Sherlock Holmes makes some brilliant deductions in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s masterpieces, but I have to […]

A Case For Mars

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

A new symphony of science video! One guy in the comments section said he wouldn’t mind a 90% tax rate to fund science related projects.  I think that’s excessive myself.  Even so, if I were in charge of the country, scientific research projects would increase many many times.  All the money now spent on wars […]

Learn Austrian Economics

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

I had been wanting to write up a series of articles on here explaining the basics of Austrian economics, especially their views on pricing and the business cycle.  Unfortunately I never got around to doing this. Then I was pleased to find that two top Austrian economics professors have already produced an introductory course and […]

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