'The future is too interesting and dangerous to be entrusted to any predictable, reliable agency. We need all the fallibility we can get. Most of all, we need to preserve the absolute unpredictability and total improbability of our connected minds. That way we can keep open all the options, as we have in the past.' -Lewis Thomas, The Lives of a Cell
Human nature is full of paradox. Which is what makes it so hard to find order and stability. Is there any answer at all to how we should govern ourselves?
Libertarianism, without a doubt, has an image problem. I identify that problem and provide a solution through science and proven knowledge.
Those on the political left and right may be surprised to find that they have the same goals. A bit of conversation may be all that's needed to bridge that gap.
Some thoughts stemming from Harry Browne's great work, 'How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World.'
Stop telling people to visit links, watch videos and read books. Learn to communicate.
Russo's glaring point remains, Bitcoin has created a class hierarchy divided by computational power. The cryptocurrency as is can not deliver on its promises.