One of the biggest problems with trying to help people see the effects of Natural Law ‘in the real world’ is that people have a difficult time seeing past a particular event to the principle driving it. In the case of economics, they see a nation like Greece fall into economic collapse, but they do not understand the principle driving this collapse because they see other nations coming to help, like Germany. Thus, they assume that this will always be the case. Or worse, when people such as myself try to explain that Socialism always fails, they think I am wrong because no Socialist nation has ever ceased to exist. For these people, Greece is not the inevitable outcome of every attempt at Socialism throughout history. It is just an example of what happens when Socialism is done wrong. But, again, they are wrong. They just can’t see they are…
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Didn’t realize Germany had caved….thought they were still negotiating. Guess we can only kick the can down the road until the road ends, huh?
You’re smart Albert. The geodesic does indeed curve and intersect with calamity and thus is not parallel to prosperity …. ;- )).
Gravity exists even for weightless electronic money.
Thought that was Newton.
General Relativity is Einstein’s Theory of Gravity. Of which Newton is included. Newton was not found to be universally applicable. Density, Black Holes and all that.
Newton proved apple cider rocks !….especially if you sit under a tree, it will “rock” yo head !
Don’t so easily dismiss Newton’s laws……………he’s hawt, and I dig him.
That’s the Hard Cider speaking !
Laws of Motion. I’ll take some friction with my gravity, thank you…………. oh, and throw in the hard cider (whatever the hello that is) for good measure.
Newton’s First Law ( inertia also referred to) applies certainly. No one will do anything until the outside force of Calamity forces them to.
Hard Cider has alcohol in it ….. it bees some good stuff. John Adams claimed a fond familiarity with Hard Cider.
……..but it was Sam who had the beer named after him, and had the only (for a time) American beer to be presented at Oktoberfest.
As to inertia; I’m trying to weigh in on how procrastination is calculated (it seems a trait of mine.)
Cool …. But I’d wait on it a bit … never hurts to wait .. ;- ))
Yes, but for the first time since we started this, mankind can see the end of the road. That’s not a good thing.
I believe many refuse to see. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road….that song just popped into my head.
The bubble she is a poppin’
Here’s the central Bankers selling their “song”
And this is where it will lead…. We got plenty of nothing :
Yes, yes….at the end of the day, we must all return to Kansas.
Which is why some would say ….. may ii ever remain a bright and sunny day.
Have you seen Porgy and Bess? This aria reminds me of Curly singing “Oh What a Beautiful Mornin” in the show Oklahoma. In other words, its an awfully sweet song, and an analogy that is off. If you should like a better number…..may I direct you to the musical, Annie? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aIhMIJ_SaQ