bristolbookworm

bristolbookworm

  • Commented on On Syria
    I am puzzled by the drive for this from people in the UK. So many of them are demanding we do "something" without stopping to discuss what "something" might be. Its sad that a country is doing this to itself,...
  • Commented on Marking time, more thoughts
    The problem with containerization in terms of labour is not using containers rather than shipping products loose but when we started having large containers which were sized in conjunction with the ships, designed to be quickly lifted by cranes and...
  • Commented on The permanent revolution
    I would argue there's definitely evidence that we're on a slowing curve: the need to sweat assets rather than leaving space for later generations to easily benefit. This could of course be driven by political changes mentioned above rather than...
  • Commented on The ticking clock, stopped
    Assuming this also puts fertility decline on hold (the most important detail to this childbearing age woman), I'd definitely move plans for a second baby into the 5 year future area (if at all). I would like to see how...
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