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Quantum Economics – Philosophy of the Economy

 

The philosophical comparison of social developments: such as economy to the particle related quantum mechanics may look incidental or incoherent, but conceptionally said the human perception has changed from certainty and simplicity to uncertainty and complexity, too. 1,587 more words

Economics,Philosophy,Quantum Economics,Globalization,Global Economy

Europe and the People without History Notes II

Commencing in the 1960s, Eric Wolf was already asking the “big question” of Jared Diamond’s masterpiece in the 1997 Guns, Germs, and Steel or the Yali’s Question: 201 more words

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How Monsanto is Destroying the Brains and Health of Everyone


By: Dr. Matthew Buckley, PSc.D. | kinseimindbody.com

Interested in slowing your aging process? Take note!

One of my most recent blog entries summarized roughly 10 years of research related to the consequences of inflammatory processes in the periphery of the body, such as the gut, … 643 more words

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It's a Gross world!

Alex Gross is an American visual artist known for his satirical paintings on big themes of our days such as globalization, commerce and beauty that aim to denounce the consumerist culture. 189 more words

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Are All Psychiatric Drugs Too Unsafe to Take?

by Dr. Peter R. Breggin

Psychiatric drugs are more dangerous than you have ever imagined. If you haven’t been prescribed one yet, you are among the lucky few. 206 more words

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Global Drug Survey 2015: why you should tell us what you take

Help us in this scientific research to find out the world’s drug consumption patterns. See what we learned from last year’s study and what we hope to find out in this one… 440 more words

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More regulatory fines but little to no accountability in banking sector

Five large banks were recently fined for rigging foreign exchange rates in the latest case of alleged financial corruption. The U.S. Futures Trading Commission, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority, and the U.K. 1,116 more words

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