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Formal Education


Nice post on Futility Closet – https://www.futilitycloset.com/2017/07/12/never-too-late-2/ The fact that Abraham Lincoln had less than a year of formal education ought to tell how overrated state controlled, regimented public school curricula is. One of the things America gets right is the … Continue reading

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What one sentence can change the world if every human being would live by it?


Answer by Anirudh Acharya: “There is no free lunch”. Nothing is free of cost. What one sentence can change the world if every human being would live by it?

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Discussion about Israel and Socialism


Source – https://deeshaa.org/2016/07/12/ask-me-anything-the-sparrow-edition/#comment-29870 Hi Atanu, Israel is a strongly Socialist country( with state controlled economy and conscription etc..), how do you explain the success of this country? They seem to have done well in both social and economic factors, they … Continue reading

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Nvidia and GPUs


Invisible Hand of the Free-Market 2- GPUs were first used as graphics chip for rendering resource heavy video games. The graphics of such games was so good that the product was a great hit. This caused a rush of funds … Continue reading

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NASA and the Zambian Nun


I was thinking of restarting my old blog, so I was thinking what to write. Over the past 3 years, I have not updated this blog much, and my own consumption of news and op-eds have decreased a lot. So … Continue reading

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Does trickle-down economics work?


Answer by Anirudh Acharya: tl;dr Yes it does work. The trickle-down theory deep down is more about recognizing and prioritizing individual liberties over social equality. The phrase might have a wrong connotation to it, but It is not about doling … Continue reading

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