Monthly Archives: March 2016

Learning to handle change

There is an interesting dualism to the human mind: it loves to solve puzzles and find new solutions, yet it fears change and a lot of the safety of the familiar. Nova season 3 episode 3 goes through much of … Continue reading

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Central bank policy is not complicated

People make central bank policy sound intentionally confusing with their metaphors of punch bowls and patients and such. It’s very simple really:Central banks create currency at the press of a button, totally disconnected from physical production, and restrict access of … Continue reading

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The Fed needs to change it’s policy, now!!!

I intended to start this with a graph showing total US debt levels as divided into household, corporate, and government sectors.  Most are older, here’s the best I could find: so far: I’m going to continue anyway because if I … Continue reading

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