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RIP, Monty Hall: The Time Everyone “Corrected” The World’s Smartest Woman

Monty Hall, the genial host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal,” the game show on which contestants in outlandish costumes shriek and leap at the chance to see if they will win the big prize or the booby prize behind door No. 3, died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday. He […]

“You Are Here”

In case you wondered… You Are Here… Valuation?   And here… Sentiment?   And here… Cognitive Dissonance?   And finally… no it's not a 'new economy' or 'different this time'…

‘Puzzled’ Why Trump Won The Election?

One big piece to the ‘puzzle’…   Source:

Why We Always Get Screwed: Calculations Show “Society Too Complex to Have A President”

This article was written by Alice Salles and originally published at The Editor’s Comment: Is it really any wonder that the most dangerous leaders in society, and their cadre of supporters, are always urging everyone to vote? Democracy has been sanctified because of its symbolic indication that the will and the voice of the […]

It’s Official: Americans R Stupid

As Americans, we tend to be pretty full of ourselves, and this is especially true of our young people.  But do we really have reason for such pride?  According to a shocking new report from the Educational Testing Service, Americans between the ages of 20 and 34 are way behind young adults in other industrialized […]

The Mathematicization of Economics

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / By John Aziz / October 10, 2012 If one thing has changed in the last one hundred years in economics it has been the huge outgrowth in the usage of mathematics: This is largely a bad development, for a […]

The Resilience and Fragility of the Status Quo

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / by Charles Hugh Smith / September 3, 2012 The apparent resilience of the Status Quo masks its fundamental fragility. Longtime correspondent K.B. recently posed a question that is on many minds, including mine. For the last 5 years, […]

Warren Edward Pollock: "Cracks in the Pavement – Collapse," Trajectories, EMT Drug Shortage Redux

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