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  • Mike shared from a Personal Document
    Eddington carefully explains: “Briefly the position is this. We have learnt that the exploration of the external world by the methods of physical science leads not to a concrete reality but to a shadow world of symbols, beneath which those methods are unadapted for penetrating. Feeling that there must be more behind, we return to our starting point in human consciousness—the one centre where more might become known. There [in immediate inward consciousness] we find other stirrings, other revelations than those conditioned by the world of symbols. . . . Physics most strongly insists that its...
  • Mike shared from Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets by Jim Rogers
    In nineteenth-century America, most people could not even vote; there were few civil rights, and you could buy and sell congressmen. You can still buy and sell congressmen, but in those days they were cheaper. Back then you could buy four or five for what it costs to buy one of them today.
    Note: Reading Jim Rogers latest...
  • Mike shared from Consumptionomics by Chandran Nair
    Note: Just finished this one... a very good read.
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