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As simple as a clip! Published 2017-11-08

In 1899, a Norwegian named Johan Vaaler supposedly invented the paper clip. The novelty caused such a furor in the country that during World War II, men and women wore a clip on the lapel as a symbol of resistance against the Nazi offensive. Continue...

THE FEELING OF BEING FIRST Published 2017-11-07

In times of politically correct dictatorship, it should not be easy to be Donald Trump. As it is not easy to live in a world where Donald Trump is the most powerful man on the planet, having at his daily reach the "nuclear football". Continue...

A NEW ERA FOR THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY Published 2017-11-03

In 1999, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act allowed all types of financial institutions, including insurers, to operate together, offering a fuller range of services to their clients. In 2001, the attack on the World Trade Center acted as a watershed in the insurance industry... Continue...

CHIEF SEATHL'S LETTER Published 2017-10-27

Chief Seathl was a Susquamish chief who lived on the islands of the Puget Sound. As a young warrior, Chief Seathl was known for his courage, daring and leadership. Continue...

The Cash That Came From Trash Published 2017-10-26

The monetization of diseconomies is nothing more than a much prettier expression for making money with garbage. Continue...

Cui Bono? Published 2017-10-24

Going back to the topic of monetization of diseconomies or how to make money from trash, let's look at the possibilities of wealth generation with one of the most complicated and frightening types of refuse: hospital waste. Continue...

What is a DTUcoin (DTX)? Published 2017-10-12

You already know that a DTUcoin (DTX) is the currency that cleans the planet. But exactly what is a DTUcoin (DTX) and how does it clean the planet? Continue...

The Epiconomy and the Future of Employment Published 2017-06-20

The Epiconomy starts with the marriage of ideas conceived by Adam Smith and Richard Dawkins. In the bible of the Economy, “The Wealth of the Nations”, Smith honors us with a profound study of human nature, almost as if our justification for existence is the act of negotiation. Continue...

Why Should I Know More About Diseconomies? Published 2016-09-22

In the mid-nineteenth century, whale oil used for lighting became very expensive due to predatory hunting. The quest for a new fuel source that could guarantee lighting was urgent and thus began the oil industry. Continue...

The Nature of Carbon Credits Published 2016-07-13

Ultimately, carbon credits arise as a consequence of a project which aims to mitigate GHG emissions.  The orthodox approach reflects an encumbrance to the whole process of generating carbon credits. Continue...

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