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Does De-Centralized Government Power Promote Freedom, Liberty, and Innovation?

The other day, I was talking with an acquaintance from France. It seems we were both lovers of freedom, liberty, and the fruits of free-market capitalism. As we got to talking, we began to talk about centralized governments, and how all nations could join together in peace and prosperity, it was an interesting and enlightening conversation, and I’d like to share it with you if I might.

Long Term Space Travels

The other day, I was talking with an acquaintance, and he told me “I sometimes think I was born before my time,” and I suppose anyone who is intelligent perhaps has had that thought at one time or another, I tend to have it about once a month or so, just briefly and then it passes, how about you? Okay so, let’s talk then. You see, here is what I told my acquaintance; well, I certainly don’t think I would have wanted to be born any sooner.

Something From Nothing – With A Bang!

The Big Bang Theory of the modern cosmologists raises a number of issues, both in terms of its own logic, and in relation to a major Hindu cosmology. The former theory sounds illogical, although seemingly supported by data. The latter cosmology is incomprehensibly complex and incapable of being proven. What if the two theories are internally consistent?

Why 20-Somethings Are More Likely to Live With Their Parents: A Personal Story

More and more people are living with their parents well into their 20s. This is my personal story of the factors and situations that made it necessary for me to do the same.

History: The Interesting Questions Are Often “Why?” Questions

When it comes to historical happenings, whodunit; what was done; where it was done; when it was done; and usually how it was done tend to be for the most part straight forward. In fact there usually tends to be a lot of emphasis placed on the who, what, where, when and how things were done or accomplished instead of ‘why’ things were done or accomplished that way, yet it’s the ‘why’ question that’s usually the most interesting – and also the hardest to address. Here are a tiny few of multi-dozens of possible examples that explore some anomalous ‘why’ facets within the historical record.

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