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Post From Philosophy of Metrics
J Collins January 21, 2018 Cultural, Economics, FREEPOM, Geopolitical

Decentralized Scarcity and the End of War
 
Blockchain Resource Management and Removing Our Ideological Justifications
 
The biggest benefit to blockchain technology is trust.
 
As a traditional career I have chosen to work in the mining industry. The core function of this industry is to ensure a sufficient supply of raw materials to feed manufacturing and services in other industries, as demand dictates.

When demand is high the price of raw material values upward, which creates a level of scarcity based on sell price and increasing production levels which are meant to sell the maximum amount of the product at a maximum of the price. 
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​Notes From The Field By Simon Black
January 31, 2018  Santiago, Chile
 
“We Choose Debt. . .”

I’ve long held a working theory that US voters are completely predictable in Presidential elections.
 
The idea is that Americans almost invariably tend to swing wildly every few election cycles, voting for the candidate who is as close to the opposite of the current guy as possible.
 
Let’s go back a few decades to, say, Jimmy Carter.
 
In 1976, the country was sick and tired of the corruption, scandal, and disgrace of Richard Nixon’s administration (which at that point had been inherited by Gerald Ford).
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