Monthly Archives: October 2016

Quotes

October 24-26,’16 ~QofDay~ Thoughts on Quotes It is said that “the best things in life are free”. On the other hand, it is also said that “there is no such thing as a free lunch”. What are your thoughts? Like … Continue reading

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Evonomics – good vs bad growth

Bad Growth vs Good Growth: How to Protect the Earth and Have a Vibrant, More Equitable Market Economy How do we weed out the negative and accentuate the positive forms of growth? Several problems with this thesis. The claim “In … Continue reading

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Capitalism Continued

Continued evonomics conversation on capitalism and its alternatives A continuation of this previous thread. Reply to Gary Kent Hi Gary, Firstly, thank you, profoundly, for taking the time to write your thoughts. I really appreciate it. These ideas are extremely … Continue reading

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Craters of the Moon

Craters of the Moon When was the last time you felt out of place? Hi Laurie I seem to have this constant internal battle, between feeling out of place and accepting what is. Perhaps a dozen times today it has … Continue reading

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Teens making their own decisions

October 20-23,’16 ~QofDay~ Teens Making Their Own Decisions When should parents let teens make their own decisions? I like the discussion between FOS and Judi. Growing up Dad had lots of different jobs,mostly as a farm worker, so I got … Continue reading

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Future of economics

My Opinion of Noahpinion: A Response to Noah Smith’s Critique About the Future of Economics Debating the future of economics Having read both this, and Noah’s work and Noah’s response, I can see aspects of real concern in both, and … Continue reading

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Work and poverty

The Fundamental Change That Is Wrecking The Old Rules About Work & Poverty My Reply While most of the points you make make sense from an exchange based way of thinking, they miss the point that full automation of processes … Continue reading

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