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Multiple silhouettes of-the robot Napoleon figure engaged in various activities.

Will AI Blur the Lines Between Digital and Real?

Explore AI’s impact on reality: a journey through AI-crafted truths, societal shifts, and the quest for understanding in a world reshaped...
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The Centenary of Vladimir Lenin’s Death and His 30 Quotes on Life, P...

January 21, 2024 is the centenary of Vladimir Lenin’s death. I am not a socialist because humans, at the current stage...
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simple yet evocative watercolor painting. In the center, place a detailed chess knight piece, symbolizing strategy and foresight

Sliding Doors of Strategy: Keeping an Open Future with Digital

The Untold Secrets Behind Digital Success: Three Essential Insights That Strategic Leaders Don’t Overlook to Keep Pace with Change In the ever-evolving digital...
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The image illustrates the dual nature of ceramics, known for both their insulation properties and fragility. Picture a ceramic insulator, commonly seen atop power lines, placed in an unconventional setting such as a boardroom table or an employee's workstation. This insulator, while out of place, is connected to a network of glowing, energy-filled wires that weave through a corporate office landscape, symbolizing the flow of ideas and communication. The ceramic piece stands out as a pivotal yet paradoxical element within the dynamic office environment, highlighting its role in maintaining stability while also suggesting a potential for disruption if not integrated with care. The scene should convey a sense of balance between the need for structure (represented by the ceramic insulator) and the drive for innovation and energy (represented by the glowing wires).

Playing Gods: The Supremacy and Peril of Errorism

Explore ‘errorism,’ the dark side of progress, and the need for ethical safeguards in scientific innovation for a responsible future Envision...
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Why Managers Want to Become Leaders and Why They Largely Fail: One of ...

Everyone wants to be a leader these days, or, at least, a self-leader. “Leader” sounds majestic and ambitious. A “leader” is...
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A Visual History of Gold (and Silver): Money, a Barbarous Relic, a Go-...

There are rumors circulating in the financial community that the BRICS countries are poised to announce the creation of a new...
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The Myth of “Good” Inflation and “Bad” Deflation

The myth that inflation is a “good” thing has become quite deeply entrenched over the past decades. Its proponents insist that...
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Money Is Power, Power to the People! A Call for a Decentralized Moneta...

Money Creation and Economic Growth Jerome Powell, the current head of the U.S. central bank, revealed that he liked this job. “Yes, …...
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In the Long Run Long-Term Government Bonds Are Safe, But We Are a Long...

Earlier in the year the Swiss National Bank, Switzerland’s central bank, released its latest report. While reading the news covering the...
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How to Become Rich the Swiss Way: Applying Macroeconomics and Geopolit...

The currency market, also known as the foreign exchange market, has recently reached a significant milestone with the exchange rate of...
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White Supremist Fascination with The Camp of the Saints

Nothing exposes our racism and bigotry better than the history of a seedy racist diatribe by obscure French writer Jean Raspail....
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We Believe the Slaughter of Innocents Is Just

We believe the slaughter of innocents is just. We watch as people is stripped of their human rights and dignity, subjected...
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