Economics is a fascinating science; largely because the vast majority of the predictions that economists make are invariably inaccurate, which places them in direct contradiction to Karl Popper’s theory of falsifiability. 552 more words
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The phony war is over for Carl Robinson.
The final whistle of Saturday’s 1-1 tie with Portland was also the starting pistol for the build up to the March 8 clash with the New York Red Bulls at BC Place and Robinson’s first game in charge of a team when it actually matters. 403 more words
Rudyard Kipling has been much maligned by history.
He has come to be seen as a kind of poster boy for the “Little Englander” mentality that saw, and still sees in some quarters, the British Empire as the platonic ideal of international engagement. 484 more words