Why We Are Too Rational to Stop Polluting

An Elucidation of Nash Equilibriums as a lead up to the Prisoner’s Dilemma, which in turn demonstrates how we can never cooperate to save the planet from Global Warming. . . . → Read More: Why We Are Too Rational to Stop Polluting

Crude Shocks: Getting a Grip on Oil Fundamentals

Crude oil prices have risen 46% in 2008 and 800% since November 2001, setting 28 record highs between January 1 and June 13 this year. On that date, it reached $139.12 per barrel and Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said such prices were “unjustified by fundamentals.” An examination shows he’s only partially right:

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The Future of Healthcare Is Here

If you haven’t read Alvin Toffler’s book, Powershift, you probably have no idea what has happened to us in the last decade with regards to the information era. In this historic book, Toffler talks about the “Powershift” which is the information era and how knowledge and information will be the most valuable currency in . . . → Read More: The Future of Healthcare Is Here