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Strong restriction of movement, commerce, open questioning, and increased surveillance took the world by storm. A deranged mentality commonly reserved for places where the most tyrannical hierarchies rule became ordinary worldwide. Instead of reading the novel 1984 as a warning, rulers are reading it as an instruction manual.

We can find solutions in the Satoshi Principles

publish0x.com/renan/the-critic

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Market success is a matter of finding the methodology that is right for you—and it will be different for everyone—not a matter of finding the one true methodology.

- Jack D. Schwager

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Strong restriction of movement, commerce, open questioning, and increased surveillance took the world by storm. A deranged mentality commonly reserved for places where the most tyrannical hierarchies rule became ordinary worldwide. Instead of reading the novel 1984 as a warning, rulers are reading it as an instruction manual.

We can find solutions in the Satoshi Principles

publish0x.com/renan/the-critic

“I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do.”
― Robert A. Heinlein

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Seasteading connotes cities, but college ships may be a more viable path to colonizing the sea that is seldom explored. Our future may be even more seaborne than seasteading's proponents suspect, as vehicular communities have the potential to solve many of today's social problems. This post highlights a concept for higher education.

Read more at my blog: adamasnemesis.com/2020/04/07/c

This post's featured image is "Plymouth Dockyard" by James Tissot (1877).

#seasteading #college #education #blog

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Short-term impact of #COVID19 seems pretty anti-libertarian: more govt power, less privacy, etc (listed below).

But looking at the gargantuan Fed stimulus plans, I have to wonder if medium-term this leads to govt debt overreach, fiscal failure & hyperbitcoinization. #EndTheFed
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RT @patrissimo
The political ramifications of Covid19 ignore our arbitrary left/right policy bundles. It boosts:

* Border controls…
twitter.com/patrissimo/status/

When the next [] panic, remember:

"None of the numerous dire predictions about the impending end of the world that have accompanied mankind since the beginning have occurred so far. But they have always been used as justification for restricting self-determination and exercising power over others."

- Titus Gebel

Statesman are well versed in turning crisis and fear into convenient excuses to steal more

Don't let it happen!

keithweinereconomics.com/2020/

Reminders from the recent market turbulence:

"(Failure) It’s the preceding feature of nearly all successes."

"In every situation, life is asking us a question, and our actions are the answer. Our job is simply to answer well."

― Ryan Holiday

When looting becomes a way of life for a group in society, over time it creates a legal system that legalizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.

― Claude-Frédéric Bastiat

is refined thinking.

My thinking used to flow, but not the ink. So I figured it was not for me. Until remarkable authors proved me wrong.
On Publish0x I wrote about shredding this common limiting belief.

publish0x.com/renan/writing-st

I like to imagine these ideas combined with open source hardware and long-range LiFi tech for distributed communications

hackernoon.com/how-to-decentra

Mr. Ray Dalio doesn't seem to fully comprehend , but that's fine.

Cash (and it's digital form) is trash because it's just coloured paper backed by central bankers and politicians honesty.

Gold has proven itself in time - about 5000 years of Lindy Effect.

youtube.com/watch?v=tZyWVxGXPH

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