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Botageddon

August 1, 2014 - 02:33 -- Admin

What's more dangerous than the worst case scenarios for terrorist attacks and global climate change?

It's botageddon.  It's not only potentially more devastating to the human race, it's coming soon.  

The end game for botageddon is less than thirty years out.  That's the point when the number of bots on the planet outnumber us 1,000 to one (or more, much more).

The END of BIG Bureaucracy

July 31, 2014 - 03:36 -- Admin

The huge government bureaucracies we see today didn't get so big because they were the only way to meet economic and social needs.  

They became so powerful because of their unrivalled ability to wage total war.  

The twentieth century proved it, again and again:  Nothing could stand in the way of a bureaucratic state that fully mobilizes for total warfare except another bureaucratic state.  

Only a bureaucratic state has the capacity to:

The Indirect Approach

July 29, 2014 - 02:51 -- Admin

Liddell Hart, the famous historian and warfare theorist, maintained that all great military victories were won by one thing: the indirect approach.Although Hart's analysis is a little light, he's is right about one thing.

The best path between two points isn't always a straight line and in warfare, it never is.  

The American Way

July 24, 2014 - 05:56 -- Admin

My new booklet, "The American Way" is now on Amazon.  

If you are wondering what is wrong with America.  This booklet provides a concise answer.  

Also, this booklet provides a way to get us back on a path towards economic progress.  

Be forewarned, this booklet is just the start.  I'll have more concrete ways to do it in booklets to be released over the next three months.  

Enjoy.  

The NSA now owns Bitcoin

June 21, 2014 - 22:02 -- Admin

Bitcoin has a flaw.  It's always been there.  

Satochi Nakamoto (the nom de guerre of the mind behind Bitcoin) designed this flaw into the software because of one false assumption.  What was that assumption?  He believed that it was possible to build an open and free economic system built purely on simple self-interest (selfishness).  Lots of people make this mistake (famously, Greenspan believed that selfish decision making would prevent the banking crisis of 2008).  

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