Why We Are Too Rational to Stop Polluting, Part 2

In the previous article, I explained how in any game, it is reasonable to assume that a stable outcome will be a Nash Equilibrium. Today, I will show how it is impossible for rational people like us to save the planet by cooperating to stop using carbon fuels.

Currently, as things stand, . . . → Read More: Why We Are Too Rational to Stop Polluting, Part 2

New Links To Stroke Discovered

Stroke affects men and women around the world in a devastating manner. Although some strokes are more severe than others, they almost always lead to a change in the patient’s lifestyle. Recently, two articles have found interesting links to stroke, what may cause it and easy ways to attempt to prevent it.

When many . . . → Read More: New Links To Stroke Discovered

The Government’s Latest Efforts to Rein in Oil Speculators

The rising oil prices have forced the government to act. Many experts have blamed the recent increase in oil prices on speculation. The government is planning to introduce a legislation – the Stop Excessive Energy Speculation Act – in an attempt to rein in speculations in the oil market. Will the legislation in its . . . → Read More: The Government’s Latest Efforts to Rein in Oil Speculators