Saving Capitalism From Something

During the years of the Great Depression, John Maynard Keynes formalized what he called his General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Capital, which heavily influenced politics of the time and the development of economics in subsequent decades. He is often characterized as the man who single-handedly prevented the collapse of Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving Is Profitable

Thanksgiving is one of the biggest holidays for our family. It has been a tradition for some extended family to come to our house, not just for dinner, but some of them for multiple days. It is a lot of work in preparations, in cooking, and in caring for multiple Continue Reading →

Why We Are Seer Suckers

Scott Armstrong from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania gave us the Seer Sucker Theory: “No matter how much evidence exists that seers do not exist, suckers will pay for the existence of seers.” A seer is someone who is able to peer into the future, Continue Reading →

All Science Is Not Created Equal

Science has been tremendously important in the development of modern, advanced society. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the scientific method. Because of its importance, however, there is a tendency to have an unwarranted awe and reverence for anything that goes by the name of science. Scientists have Continue Reading →