As part of the Curbing Wall Street project, Richard Eskow asks which was “America’s Most Shameless Corporate Outlaw” in 2010?. “The American people rescued these six banks. They’ve all violated the law, and they’re all suspected of even more possible illegalities. And yet they’re all pouting because they weren’t invited to the White House along with the other CEOs. Which is our most shameless corporate lawbreaker? In any normal period of history they’d all be considered corrupt institutions, and their leaders would be ashamed to show their faces among respectable people. But these aren’t normal times, are they?
This is a perversion of justice.
We can never hope for a future with no problems. The solutions to problems create new problems, which in turn require new solutions, as WIRED founder Kevin Kelly explained recently.
Fiona Broome remembered Nelson Mandela dying in prison in the 1980s (he didn’t). Oddly, many people had the same false memory.
People think that unhappiness causes our minds to wander, but what if the causation goes the other way?
They say that nobody understands quantum mechanics. But thanks to these three pioneers in quantum entanglement, perhaps we do.