Category Archives: Economics

I attach this tag to anything relating to the economy, whether or not more detailed tags are also warranted. I have a Master’s in this area of study, and copyediting economic research is my number one source of income: if it seems like I’m coming out of left field it’s more likely that you’re having difficulties connecting the dots in my logic as opposed to me being totally off the mark.

Write your own personal user’s manual to make workplace teamwork better

Various uncomfortable aspects to the notion can certainly be thought up, but … wouldn’t it be easier if people would handle you the way you want to be handled, and be able to take you at face value about specified … Continue reading

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Wouldn’t a foreign power have more interest to stoke terrorism in the USA than legit Americans? (Also, open/closed considerations regarding stupidities of excessive information collection.)

Among targeted individuals, rumour has it that the rise in mass murders (etc.) is at least in part due to electronic harassment where synthetic telepathy operators promote the idea for an individual to commit such a mass murder. This rumour … Continue reading

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When hanging someone by the balls at the town square could be the nice-guy thing to do

You know you have a good friend when … !!! I wouldn’t mind turning you into a $0 a job contract killer, but aside from that, of course I have your best interests at heart. And that’s why I have … Continue reading

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In order to oppose brainwashing, help to brainwash people in order to develop fellow feeling with other brainwashing perpetrators: Pro-Stalin logic #109487

If opposed to brainwashing people, in order to maintain the confidence of fellow brainwashing perpetrators, one must participate in the brainwashing in order to find some means at some date in the future of leveraging fellow feeling and sympathies of … Continue reading

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Jack Ma’s advice to African entrepeneurs

“If the government does not have a solution to any problem, it is an opportunity”

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Effective means of motivating higher quality and quantity of output from people working in the public sector?

Premise: If you take one government contract ever, then the system has a right to know your every every, and basically after that they own you, and being a democracy, this means that basically any one any where has a … Continue reading

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The pathway to victory is paved with remote control people-puppets

In order to ensure victory, for the benefit of the nation as individuals and collectives as diverse types, a simple modification is required. A little behavioural modelling combined with neural reading and influences (ongoing feedback and control) will be all … Continue reading

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Musk calls for government regulation to ensure that market pressures to pursue AI are not civilization threatening

In calling for regulation and government leadership or direction on the matter, Musk departs from his typically unfavourable attitude towards regulation. He highlights manipulation of information (e.g. fake news, etc) as among major risks that an AI could be harnessed … Continue reading

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Pathways to power survey for administration to those who interrupt public conferences and other meetings with continuous blackmail hunting by use of triggers and observing responses

1) Do you think blackmail or similar forms of coercion are acceptable means of suppressing competition or scaring away those who are not willing to participate in blackmail? 2) Would a 360 camera in every pair of underwear be an acceptable … Continue reading

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When the logic of “periodically kick the bums out” is not enough

If there are major problems and the party in power has not only not solved those problems, but is unable to even acknowledge the existence of those problems, then many people will be inclined to go beyond blaming the party … Continue reading

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