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Freedom of any kind cannot exist without its paradox. Such paradox rightfully challenged pertaining to the press.
Humanity must point all of its vectors designed to expand the fractal of human ingenuity in a single direction.
Trust but verify. The trust in laissez-faire is deserving only to marketplaces proving to govern themselves appropriately.
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.
We have no choice but to replace democracy with an evolutionary theory for humanity, or nature will do it for us.
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.
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.
We must adopt a crucial lesson from sports federations to get us out of the moras of governmental ignorance and negligence.
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.
President Joe Biden's State of The Union was filled with the depravity of reason stemming from a confounding of cause and consequence. I call him on it in a non-partisan fashion.
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.
Comedian John Oliver on HBO makes the point about marketplace principles I made 14 years ago
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.
I see a man who loves humanity more than money. Like I do. A sore to those who cannot.
The renewable relativity of nature is incompatible with the feigned sustainability of democracy.
This question invokes a much deeper response than the easy-peasy answer the people in the supposedly freest country in the world would gravitate towards.
No. For I do not support the practice of economics. However...
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.
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.
Without a theory for humanity, you cannot govern humans. In the same way, you cannot govern soccer without a theory.
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.
We must face the truth of what happens when we do not deploy, in the words of Einstein, a theory that determines what can be discovered. The renewal of American excellence is at stake here.
The only similarity between the two cars is four wheels and an engine. They exist in vastly different ecosystems.