rePost::The Referendum – Happy Days Blog – NYTimes.com

A friend once told me “I don’t judge other people; Why should I let them judge me?”. This was in response to me ranting about how I feel people react when espousing some of the things I believe in, or I do not believe in. Since then I’ve tried thinking this way. If I am […]

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rePost::Chaos and Initial Conditions : Good Math, Bad Math

Loved reading this. It reminded me of my first night in Kuala Lumpur. Chuck and Gelo were talking about a phycisist/mathematician  (I can no longer remember which) who had an epiphany whilst in the beach. Marc and I weren’t exactly following so they tried to explain some chaos theory basics. This post is a nice […]

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rePost::Demography, growth and the environment: Falling fertility | The Economist

This is a minor rant. A couple of weeks ago Manny Villar was asked the question Your thoughts on the RH Bill? Do you think it’s the solution to our population problem? Which he answered with: Villar: Let’s look at this in a different perspective. Instead of trying to control population aggressively by trying to […]

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rePost::Where’s the Chiz? « Filipino Voices

This I believe was when I knew that Chiz was not what he was purporting to be. He is plainly said, an empty suit/empty barong but through mimicry and well though-out quirks has presented himself as more intellectual than he really is. I hate how easy it was for him to appear smart. I doubly […]

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rePost::ZOMFG WTF!!!!! 9.5% THIRD QUARTER PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH NUMBER!!!! – J. Bradford DeLong’s Grasping Reality with All Eight Tentacles

Back in the 1930s there was a Polish Marxist economist, Michel Kalecki, who argued that recessions were functional for the ruling class and for capitalism because they created excess supply of labor, forced workers to work harder to keep their jobs, and so produced a rise in the rate of relative surplus-value. For thirty years, […]

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