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blog post in No Food for Thought "Cryptocurrency": the pseudo-currency which no one understood or accepted, but which many bought ×   Dated This article was written when "cryptocurrency" hype was peaking. While the situation changed, its conclusions remain relevant. On the cover o
blog post in No Food for Thought "Pilot Error" {LANG(notlang="fr")}The crash of Lion Air Flight 610 and the resulting 189 deaths raised quite a few questions. Understandably, a lot of suspicion w
blog post in No Food for Thought Bitcoin is Not Going To Zero, and more on blockchains When a decade of geek madness about "cryptocurrencies" culminated in May, I wrote [http://www.philippecloutier.com/blogpost83--Cryptocurrency-the-pseudo-currency-which-no-one-understood-or-accepted-bu
blog post in No Food for Thought Crhypeto propelling Malaysia and Argentina towards gold medals, squeezing every last bit out of Earth Today's greatest challenges Preserving our non-renewable natural resources from being wasted The climate crisis (and a few more) What we can do Minimizing negative externalities
blog post in No Food for Thought Green or Grey: Subsidies for Cryptocurrencies? For as long as I have been adult, I have been part of a kind which was not common, at least at the time: an ecologist opposed to subsidies for green technologies. I have always believed in the ((wp:po
blog post in No Food for Thought New Religion Most religions appeared during history, but not recently. We do have accounts of how that happened, like the Bible, but it's not so clear who wrote what when, nor what exactly was written before time
blog post in No Food for Thought No Monopoly on Stupid Lawmaking You may know Giphy, the online database and search engine for short looping videos . But you probably don't know who owns Giphy. Probably because you don't care
blog post in No Food for Thought Preventing Corporate Success Lack of supply is a problem Western states take very seriously. A lot more than the weight of excessive regulation. So when a market is lacking suppliers and failing to satisfy consumer expectation
blog post in No Food for Thought The European Union's Interference Equation: Inaction + competition = over-reaction In 1996, yearly worldwide PC sales went beyond 70 million units. It was obvious that personal computers would become ubiquitous and that the world would crucially need operating systems and commodity
blog post in No Food for Thought What happens when an alternative currency becomes legal tender? Some people think of "alternative currencies" as wonderful solutions to economic problems. But obviously, no currency can have any significant impact without becoming legal tender. So what would ha

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