• Commented on Do my Homework
    I think popular subgenres tend to match the general societal outlook (chiefly economical). So high-growth periods tend to give us space opera, utopias, what have you, the idea of an ever-expanding human sphere of influence. Periods of stagnation or depression...
  • Commented on Amazon: malignant monopoly, or just plain evil?
    Most of the publishers involved in these spats of course insisted (and continue to insist) on the very DRM that has made Amazon lock-in so powerful in the first place....
  • Commented on The prospects of the Space and Freedom Party reconsidered in light of the crisis of 21st century capitalism
    I'm not so sure fusion energy is that close though. Yes, some of the plans seem to be getting close to break-even, but none of them seem to include a sustained reaction (or if they do, it's defined as one...
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Except all the evidence points the other way of course....
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Most of Europe has zero population growth, without any need for restricting reproductive rights....
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Estimates of corruption show China is not much more or less corrupt than the US at a similar point in its economic development. I think this is worth taking into account, because the image of its corruption as a necessary...
  • Commented on Generation Z
    As a Gen Y'er I think Charlie is suffering from old-man-syndrome. Obviously any trend (such as growing inequality, too capital-friendly policies) taken to extremes will lead to immense problems. In some single countries, it might even lead to a very...
  • Commented on Schadenfreude
    I assume you know this but I do have to point out that Greece was the only southern country that cooked the books in any significant way (I guess Cyprus counts too?). The other countries are in trouble because when...
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