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"Snot N books. Snot N school. But top crooks rule."
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Older guy in Pioneer, CA (Sierras). Taught algebra. Did technical writing, programing. Did factory work, construction. Started the sport of Riverdancing. Came up with a way for children to solve algebra problems in their heads. Website is . Interests:economics,statistics,short rhymes,debate, representation of data.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, February 4, 2020
EZ-Out Pills Deals with efforts to mitigate population overshoot. Says discussion of serious birth reduction is taboo. This because the value of a fortune rises as labor cheapens. Small pop = expensive labor. But if an older person is diagnosed with a terminal disease, he can use the EZ-Out pill to check out early (helping to mitigate pop overshoot).
(9 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Population Overshoot Solved (at a price) About the confluence of: 1) the 1972 Limits to Growth simulation of mankind vs Earth's resources prediction of mass starvations starting about 2027 and 2) Extreme concentration of wealth and the refusal of the rich to spread the wealth around provoking revolution, and 3) the rise of machine or "Designed Intelligence".
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(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, March 24, 2018
Wealth Over People Curves - A limit to Corruption? Introduces a new, more compelling distribution of wealth graph and a new measure of economic dis-equity.