Monthly Archives: June 2014

Managing the Additive Identity

Capitalists are sure to point out that the number of millionaires has increased over the past 30 years. This empirically confirms an additive identity, but for most people income has been, and continues to be, declining. The difference (the Horatio … Continue reading

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Additive Equivalence

Hillary Clinton is criticized for being “out of touch.” She added income to her identity after having been a debtor (a taker and not a maker), which is to suggest negative yield has a positive (additive) effect. (This is the … Continue reading

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Deliverance On Demand by Default

In the midst of chronic shortages and a miserable existence from which the great horde hoped to be delivered, as Western civilization developed, Christians said, “ask and you shall receive.” Whether there really is a difference between right and wrong, … Continue reading

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Winning the Argument

Did you know that going to the grocery store is an argument created by the use of the calculus? It is an arbitrage argument. When you go to the grocery, you are looking for the rational price. If the price … Continue reading

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Pretentions of Objective Reality

Big corporates argue that consolidation of industry and markets is only natural. If we exist to make a profit, the best way to do that is to consolidate. If we deconsolidate and make the corporate less profitable by distributing the … Continue reading

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The Determining Variable

Risk Management On Demand Sovereignty on demand, privately enterprised by default, unsubjected to the commands of a higher, executive authority (like the king) is revolutionary! Determinism not only occupies a lot of cerebral, philosophical space but corporeal, technological space. When … Continue reading

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Unelected Risk, Under New Management

The two-party system is a straw man. One party sets up the other to knock it down. This is an arbitration process (a method yield) bureaucratically structured to yield the same result over time with pluralistic attributes. Bureaucracy is an … Continue reading

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