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May 12, 2014, 01:43:16 PM
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Economy should be a science. If it attains truth, then perceived complexity is irrelevant. The important thing is that it becomes more like astronomy and chemistry than like astrology and alchemy. I for one used to hate economy, but after reading the work of Daniel Larimer and others in this space I have come to appreciate some of the truths that it embeds and the importance it holds for the successful future of mankind.

The ancients may have distrusted and regarded alchemy as black magic, a force for evils like the hubris of eternal life, the greed of infinite gold and the death of crafted poisons; mysterious forces where used in secret by the few to exploit the many. However, as the science of substance progressed to become more like chemistry the rumors of black magic gradually disappeared. The few no longer had any secret knowledge, and everyone recognized that the intent and beliefs of humans had no influence over the truths of chemistry.

Thus the truths of chemistry came to radiate with their own peculiar cold, white light. When will Economy do the same? I believe we are on the brink.

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June 20, 2014, 03:50:50 PM
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any progress on getting sunny on mumble?
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