It seems that right on the heels of a beautiful new vision, old fears come charging back to our minds, defending their positions. And so this episode explains why and how we will succeed. There's really no doubt about the general outcome. The only
Taylor Wilson was 14 when he built a nuclear fusion reactor in his parents' garage. Now 19, he returns to the TED stage to present a new take on an old topic: fission. Wilson, who has won backing to create a company to realize his vision, explains wh
Once we see ourselves as part of a larger entity - once we identify with it - we feel a necessity to conform to it. If we don't, we begin to lose the existential crutch that larger entities offer us.
I can still remember the first time someone told me that they believed in the Calvinist doctrine of "the depravity of man." It shocked me. To complain about human behavior I very well understood; there's plenty of bad behavior in the world.
There are millions of people - a majority in many places - who believe in a liberty philosophy: That the golden rule is the right way for humans to interact, that centralization is a problem, that leaving markets alone is better than rigging them
Since the Bronze Age, human societies have been arranged around brute force. Even now, governments are monopolies of violence. More than that, the very structure of government serves one primary end: to deliver violence. All else is supplemental.
From rogues to role models: Be More Pirate reveals the radical strategies of Golden Age pirates, and updates them into clear solutions for making your mark on the 21st Century.
Picking up from Part 6, in which we learned how Michael came to this moment..."I'm ready if you are."I turned to see her sitting up. I surveyed the road and all the pertinent conditions. I was satisfied that we were in excellent shape.
Picking up from Part 3, in which I was being hunted by two strange men who appeared in in Los Angeles...The lighter man at the diner had gone through five cups of Sanka, a Denver omelette, and a slice of pie while waiting for his friend, who still wa
It's a strange thing that so many people unquestioningly doubt, even oppose, anything that they can't see, that they can't count on with absolute certainty, or especially, that lacks the approval of authority.
In August 2017, Richard Hubbard III stopped at a red light in Euclid, Ohio, but his front bumper went a few feet past the white line. The cops pulled him over. That's no surprise: Police in Euclid, Cleveland Heights, and the surrounding cash-strapped
The people who have kept the world from a slide into darkness and pulled it forward have, to a shocking extent, been heretics of one form or another.
An hour later we were on Highway 50 in southern Wisconsin, heading west through farmland. It appeared that the Interstate Highway System was pretty well in place, and being away from people seemed to be helping my companion. She had fallen asleep bef
It was mid-June of 2016, the night between the 19th and the 20th. It had been a very normal evening. My wife went to bed a little before 10, leaving me at the kitchen table playing with papers. I went through my pre-bed routine, slid between the shee
There's a memorable line in the New Testament that adjures the readers to be "doers of the word and not hearers only." And that's what I'm urging today. But this isn't about the Bible; this is about whatever you believe.
Angelo Codevilla talks with Lew Rockwell about what's in store for us.
A free, post-scarcity world will not be prevented by archaic systems scratching and clawing to retain their domination. We will evolve freely, unburdened by an unfortunate past. This will happen, and today I'm going to tell you why.
In this video from the Steemit conference in Poland where the discussion includes how decentralization can become a reality. In this digital age the topic is more relevant than ever because the question is becoming do we get total freedom with decent
People frequently tell children "You can do anything you want." And this causes a lot of confusion, because in the real world, they can't. And after their first clash with the aforesaid real world, the child is left wondering all sorts of unple