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Addjective Reality On Demand

This image is an example of the addjective reality, existing on demand. (Conceptual art.) The sphere appears to be hanging in the air, suspended (balanced) by mysterious forces suggested by the color-squares in the background. The color-squares are in fact … Continue reading

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Natural Rights are an Objective Reality, Existing On Demand!

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The Non-Conforming Identity

Series Analysis over Time Historians may generally agree on when events may have happened, but disagree about causal attributions. If A and B events occurred in series, with C being the result, then we can logically conclude that the events … Continue reading

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The Status Quo is What We Know

The president says, “The hardest thing to do in politics is to change the status quo.” According to conservatives, the way things are now–stuck in a long-tail (deflationary) recovery–is objective reality. The status quo (occupying US Congress with a majority, … Continue reading

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Predictive Random Utility (PRU)

Yielding to the Description of Objective Reality By no coincidence, reality is predictably random, aggressing a passive resistance. If you want to boost a rocket to the space station you accept the descriptive, objective reality of an aggressing, passive resistance. … Continue reading

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Convergence of Political-Economic Values

In the world of political economy, where analysts are concerned with probable risk assessment and the incentives inherent to being risk-prone or averse, conforming confirmation is a psychological condition. Coercion, for example, is a conforming confirmation that results from the … Continue reading

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Futilitarianism

Capitalism intends to annihilate the risk, which in practice, attending to it, we discover its utility. It can be accumulated into a TBTF proportion, creating a big ugly monster that induces an ever-larger risk proportion to keep it from failing, … Continue reading

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