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New Economics Series: Part I

New Economics Series: Part I Hi Daniel, Align with some of your general themes, and you have some major errors in logic that lead to systemic failure as currently structured. The term “synergistic dialectical synthesis” is not found by google, … Continue reading

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Nev’s Facebook post on Cancer Rates

Comment to a post on Nev’s Facebook page from 12th July on Cancer rates in NZ Given that today is my 7th birthday since being sent home “palliative care only” with “terminal melanoma” – this is a subject rather dear … Continue reading

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Facebook – FoLogic – Facts inventions or discoveries

Are Facts inventions or discoveries? It seems that there are two extremes to the spectrum of interpretation. At the simplest end is a simple dichotomy – true/false. All of us must start from this most simple of systems, and most … Continue reading

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Conservatism

Ailsa’s facebook page Quote from J K Galbraith: The modern conservative is engaged in one of man’s oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness. I like to point out, that if … Continue reading

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Longevity

Comment on Ailsa’s Facebook page Ailsa posted a poster image [May you live to be so old that your driving terrifies people.] I want to live a very long time (billions of years) but not with decreasing abilities that terrify … Continue reading

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Debs’ post on ANZAC day

Comment on Debs’ facebook Hi Debs, My dad would have been 94 on the 26th. He went to WWII, with 21st Battalion, into North Africa, then up through Italy and into Germany. He died 18 years ago. I am not … Continue reading

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Toxic moderation

Comment on Will’s facebook page – http://www.theguardian.com/science/brain-flapping/2014/sep/12/comment-sections-toxic-moderation Any tool is morally neutral – the more powerful the tool, the more damage can be done. This is true in any and all dimensions. The issues become around morality and awareness. How … Continue reading

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