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Entropy is science's way of saying the glass is half empty

Entropy is science's way of saying the glass is half emptyThat the glass is half full is affirmed by at least two thingsFirst there is time itself which is chronologyflecked with moments of quality time to which many names might applySecond there is progresswhich rises from realityand works on the will of humankindProgress is the slow advance ofdemocracy and tolerancethe increase of helpfulnessand the spread of non-idolatrywhich is the basis of a truly disinterested scientific methodand of a truly open mindOur death is the way entropistsconfirm all tends to disorderbut this merely reveals the thinking behind entropyThat we die is the validation of life Life goes on renews itselfand achieves progressThat's the proof that the glass is half filled
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Think of Making Business Come to You

My headline is speculative but suggestiveIt suggests we - workers - creators - skilled ones - etc.could turn the tables on the entire controlKochWorld now exerts over everyoneSimply insist we work where we liveThe employer must locate a portion of business where we areor we work remotely from home or a nearby workplace away from our private spaceMore and more of uswill prefer an urban car-free environment (where vehicles are limited to the periphery)with everything is within walking or jogging distanceIt will become cheaper and vastly more integralto work remotely It beats living in a sprawl-burbhaving cars for every member of the familyand commuting your life awayIf you want to think of a new economywhere workers actually have some leveragethink of creating a union of all workerswho insist on working remotelyThink of making business come to you
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