Monthly Archives: February 2016

Skeptics Post – ethical problems making a living – updated  Post by Katherine including the question- Can we ever hope to make a living in a blameless way? Post on NZSkeptics site At every opportunity I engage people in conversations about the need to replace our reliance on scarcity … Continue reading

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Prince Charles and Monetary reform

In response to a facebook post by Ailsa on   Prince Charles Sorry beloved, it’s much deeper than that. I am clear that it is impossible to deliver universal abundance or universal freedom or universal security (in as much as … Continue reading

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Pastime 22-24 Feb ’16 ~QofDay~ Pastime What is your favorite pastime? Solving problems. The greater the benefit involved, the more interested I am in solving the problem. Living a very long time seems to be the most important. The biological … Continue reading

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African History Month 18-21 Feb ’16 ~QofDay~ African American History Month February is African American History Month. The U.S. Government has created a free educational resource to be used by individuals, schools and community groups. To learn more, click here. WHAT … Continue reading

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Evonomics – The fairness divide Inequality – The Fairness Divide: Intervention That Liberals and Conservatives Can Agree On The economics of opportunity and outcomes   Hi David In one sense, the sense of the abstract notion of equality of opportunity, rather than equality of … Continue reading

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Smith & Hayek Continued

Evonomics – Stop using Adam Smith and FA Hayek to support your political ideology Evonomics – Smith and Hayek continued Hi Nicholas, It’s kind of like Richard Dawkins described in the few pages from page 314 of “Brief Candle in … Continue reading

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Before and After

Before and After Before and After Are you pleased with your most recent “after?” We had three healthy swan plants on or deck, that had grown a few caterpillars to adult butterflies. Then Ailsa accepted about 30 caterpillars from a … Continue reading

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