If the Coronavirus teaches us anything, it is that we know how to induce change when we must. A realization that gives me hope for the future.
All evil begins with a lie. The biggest evil comes from the biggest lies, and the biggest lies are the ones we tell ourselves.
Broken ideologies break the spirit and the opportunities of all people. We need a new master ideology that treats all people with the respect they deserve, and maintains a healthy equilibrium with nature.
We must learn to adapt to nature's reality and realize that our life is not a right to endless debauchery but a serious obligation to the future of humanity.
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The solipsism of humanity is the reason why our compass and course of longevity is off-track. We, dim bulbs, not nature, must change.
Nature dictates all men are not created equal, thankfully. So, ditch the political correctness that makes small minds feel good. It is time to get real with nature.
Make no mistake, America can fix itself. But not until, in the words of Winston Churchill, it has depleted all options not to, and rids itself from expired normalizations of truth.
It is time we deliver on the innovative reputation we have acquired with the biggest innovation yet, that of ourselves.
Investing using the first-principles of nature is not investing in nature, but investing in humanity to become more compatible with nature. Our business model is to help invest in human adaptability.
The ruse of freedom is costing us all dearly. It is time we address the cause of anti-freedom sold as freedom.
ESG diversification is evidence of its fundamental incompatibility with nature.
John's bet on sustainability talks. But without the luxury of nature's merit prolongs humanity's deep solipsistic coma.
Retirement savings can only be protected by asset management strategies compatible with the first-principles of nature.
BlackRock's stance on ESG is smart because both sides of the debate on creating long-term investment returns are wrong.
Apple should be ashamed of itself. So am I, buying into their ever-convoluting experiments sold as exemplary technology.
Be careful with what you call innovation. Your well-sponsored endeavor may, in actuality, be a damaging contributor to an anthropogenic cascade.
We must rein in the free reign of technology that sucks the life out of humanity. AI is the pretzel logic, incompatible with nature, we should not bestow on the future of humanity.
European regulators are waking up to what I wrote 14 years ago.
Meta will remain the unprotected backdoor to nation state sovereignty, with its newfound aura of gamification and fiction becoming harder to legally hold to account.
We must lead differently, by not treating "we, the people" as the greater-fools of hope they appear today. We must reinvent democracy to meet a brighter future for us all.
To protect the public and the trust in the socioeconomic value of innovation, the SEC must regulate the disclosure of private companies.
Sustainability does not exist. Hence, to pursue a society in flagrant denial of nature's first-principles is a colossal mistake. Here is how to fix it, step one.
MacKenzie should put her chips on cause, not on the illiteracy of consequence.
A pretzel is the symbolism depicting the grave depravity of human reason on display at the World Economic Forum. The thinking we can and must recalibrate to nature to save humanity from itself.
Proximal development is the expansion of comprehension beyond what was previously considered to be true.
Indeed, I have little in common with people who walk out on the possibility of increasing their proximal development.
Today's human constructs are incompatible with nature. Here is how they must change.
Jony does a great talk about ideas vis-a-vis creativity, the difference extending to life in general.
We must close the gap between the valuation and value of money to spawn regenerative human excellence.
In this interview, I highlight how the coronavirus has issued a stern warning we must remodel our financial systems after nature's principles, so as to improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
Freedom of any kind cannot exist without its paradox. Such paradox rightfully challenged pertaining to the press.
Critical thinking, as described herein, is a vital and unique human capability we can and must deploy to improve human excellence.
Humanity must point all of its vectors designed to expand the fractal of human ingenuity in a single direction.
Structural solutions and shortcuts are available to resolve our nation's impasse with two-faced technology companies. Cures I have been prescribing for twelve years. It is never too late to get real.
Nature's first-principles will always remain first. Humanity's interpretation is long overdue in becoming an infinitely expanding close second.
We have a plan for humanity, to unleash ourselves from today's ill-fated dogmas, broken ideologies, broken systems, misplaced rules, and undesirable outcomes.
The art of dependence rather than the quest for independence is cause for celebration.
We must abide by nature and adopt the relativity of renewal if we want the human species to live as best and as long as humanly possible.
We have not implemented a human theory. Therefore, the systems we deploy promote rebels without a cause, failing us repeatedly. We must change.
Trust in money will come from producing products and services designed to improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
In a world dictated by causal relativity, the reliance on numbers of consequential absolutism leads to grave depravity of reason.
Finance can and must play a new and prominent role in the improving adaptability of humanity to nature.
I change Benjamin Franklin's definition of the purpose of money to meet the objectives of a new operating-system for humanity.
To build a better society, methods and facts matter says SEC commissioner Peirce, challenging the validity of ESG.
Technocratic bullying is yet another reason to deploy a new operating system for humanity.
Human foresight, as the improving proxy to nature's hindsight, is the impetus to innovation responsible for the expanding fractal of human ingenuity and capacity.
With The Loop in place and well managed, it is harder to fail than to succeed.
Check out the history of real estate ownership in New York City, beginning in 1626, courtesy of The New Amsterdam History Center.
I one-up Prins William by slamming his focus on saving Earth instead of saving humanity.
A developed country violating nature's first-principles is by nature's measure an underdeveloped country.
The madness of singularity is no better than the madness of crowds. The madness of our remarkable ignorance to nature continues to damage our evolution.
To sell our current implementation of democracy as the vehicle of human excellence is outright stupid and ignorant, let alone an evolutionary false-positive. We can and must reinvent ourselves. Upstream, not downstream.
We shall be forever grateful for Noam's courage to open up America's can of worms, giving me the chutzpah to inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.
The State of The Union address demonstrates we have failed to establish a human theory that determines what can be discovered.
Do not hate the players, fix the game all of us must partake in.
Just because you write about something (often), Orwell Prize winner George Monbiot, does not mean you know what you are talking about.
I like billionaire Ray Dalio, Chief Investment Officer at Bridgewater Associates, but he is dead wrong about what the future of humanity could and should look like.
Asset owners, like pension funds, and asset managers are playing a dangerous game with your savings, using an investment strategy incompatible with nature.
Of course size matters, if you know how to distinguish prime from subprime innovation.
The "sprinkled ESG fairy dust" is a false positive of finance's purported reinvention, as admitted by its pioneer. Beyond hinging on first-principles incompatible with nature.
The coddling endorsed by technology companies sets us up for a generation of failure.
Tim Cook's ludicrous stance on privacy falls with this incident. As it should.
I warned technology companies five years ago. The days are numbered thinking you can sell the equivalent of sugar-water to the world and expect to get away with spawning yet another mind-numbing addiction that accelerates an anthropogenic cascade.
Nothing in this announcement demonstrates how Apple improves the human condition, the gist of the announcement being "what took you so long?"
Nature's entropy obliterates the presumption of sustainability conjured up by ignorant humans in power.
On the contrary, life can only be better understood by living forward.
You can't. You can only change humanity. Instantly, by simply changing the incentive.
How Would You Recommend Broaching This Subject With Friends And Family? It’s A Rather Straightforward And Logical Concept, Yet It’s Not A Mainstream Topic.
Fair question. The adoption rate of nature's theory, as the basis for a new operating-system for humanity, is dependent on the proximal development of every individual. I am not in the conversion business, I can only make you think.
Without a pre-established human theory, a President is like a captain on a ship without a destination, proud of the many knots we are sailing in a direction unknown. Everything and nothing is an impeachable offense in that situation.
I know better than to bet on the convulsions of human wants detached from human needs. But I have a pretty good idea which nation is more capable of reinventing itself.
Not until we adhere to the first-principles of nature.
The excessive spread between valuation and value causes reality to come knocking.
The Failure Rate In A Startup Seems Extremely High. What Can VC Do Differently To Reduce Their Failure Rate?
The thesis determines what venture capital can discover. Changing the thesis will change the outcome.
Bold change is how Apple CEO, Tim Cook, referred to Apple’s M1 CPU chip in its upcoming line of computers. Is it?
We must measure value creation in the business of innovation based on how technology improves human adaptability to nature's entropy, and to ensure the pageantry of positivity surrounding technology is not used and abused to rob the bank of humanity's evolutionary excellence.
Pseudoscience, in its best incarnation, is a study that confounds consequence with cause, leading to grave depravity of reason.
Are Employee-Owned Businesses A Good Way To Bring Society Back To Normalcy And Disrupt Wealth Inequality?
No. An employee-owned tobacco company would still kill us in more ways than one. The replenishment of societies takes something else.