Monthly Archive: September 2020

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The Need Is For Light

How often do we get the chance to link our discomfort with an apocalyptic orange sky to a decades-old sci-fi novel?

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Perverse Incentives

The key to successful government policy is through perverse incentive mitigation, usually through the Law of Unintended Consequences.

The Gospel of Jesus' Wife 7

To Catch A Papyrus

Honestly, I had forgotten all about this, but it is a story that would make Dan Brown jealous for not having thought of it first.

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In Theory

We don’t live in a perfect world. This love of theory is why economics on an academic level is virtually useless.


When Politics Ignores Science

“What’s it like?” Tim Ingalsbee repeated back to me, wearily, when I asked him what it was like to watch California this past week. In 1980, Ingalsbee started working as a wildland firefighter. In...