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Why Elon Musk and Tesla turned on Bitcoin

What was seen as curiosity and enthusiasm about how Bitcoin is improving the world for billions of people unbanked and living in authoritarian countries, turned out to be a purely calculated business decision, exactly the opposite of what Elon Musk stands for.

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20 More Policy Proposals

Make Profit Margin’s Accessible to Consumers – Free Birth Control/Condoms/Feminine Hygiene Products – End the Drug War and legalize Psychedelics – Cheap Government-Produced Generics for drugs after patent expiration – Publicly Disclose everyone’s Income – […]

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Adjust Fines and Penalties to Income Level and Net-Worth

Fines exist to disincentivize harmful behavior and minimize overall harm done to our societies. Fines have been around for as long as humans have socialized, but nobody anticipated that a small group of extremely wealthy corporations and individuals could one day stand above the rules of our society and completely discard any fines brought before them.

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Establish a Term Limit for Government Positions

Each generation has new ideas and issues approaching them in their future, therefore each generation requires fresh minds that can bring society forwards in way that have not been perceived yet. But for those minds to come forwards and enhance society, they need to be voted into office in the first place.

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Citizens’ Choice in Tax Allocation

The easiest way to directly affect change is by voting with our wallet; when we buy something at a store or when we decide not to. It is the most powerful tool each of us has in changing the world in the way we want it to. The only financial aspect in which this choice is still missing is in the allocation of taxes.

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Eliminate Tax Loopholes and Off-Shore Safe Havens

For many decades multinational corporations and wealthy individuals have been using international taxation systems to their advantage to lower their taxes to near 0%. Subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Ireland, and Luxembourg are common for multinational corporations, while small island countries like the Bahamas or Cayman Islands hold billions in untaxed income.

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Total Income Transparency for all Politicians

As elected politicians are representing their country’s citizens and are employed by them, it is crucial that any income that could interfere with their political orientation has to be made transparent and any kind of lobbyism jobs and direct donations banned.

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Life as a Videogame

While on the topic of videogames, it is also incredibly useful to think of your life as a videogame. It’s a nice exercise with which you can evaluate your life and set the directions you want to skill your “human character” in.

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Meta Learning from Videogames

These skills are something you don’t notice developing until you become aware of them in your daily life. The skills you develop in-game are something your brain understands on a meta level and applies them wherever they are useful.

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The Internet of Money

On the internet, we want to pay instantly, cross currencies, to the other side of the planet. Something today’s systems are not built for. But Bitcoin brings innovation to disrupt today’s monetary systems.

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Bentinho Massaro’s “Relationship Fallacy” Fallacy

In his recent podcast, Bentinho Massaro argues that relationships, as we know them, may contradict the love, mutual respect, and generosity by which they’re inspired.

His “Relationship Fallacy” does not seem thought through though, as he is contradicting himself throughout the podcast. While his perspective is valuable to listen to, I have some concerns about it that he does either not seem to put too much attention on or is not aware of.

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A Worldwide Social Credit System

A social credit system is a digital extension of our culture and law. But it should not be used as an excuse for governments to collect more data about citizens or censor them, but serve them instead.

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Before Basic Income

Not having to worry about financial issues is a huge step towards a happy and fulfilling life, yet the requirements for basic income are too huge to be implemented within just a few years; massive funding and therefore higher taxes on the top 1% and a solution for corporations funneling billions through tax havens. We need to keep an eye on implementing the important finding of basic income research while paving a way towards it.

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Renewables and Electric Cars are not Sustainable

Sustainability has way more facets to it than many realize; buying an electric car is not sustainable and neither are solar cells or wind turbines. To understand sustainability, we have to look at the entire lifecycle of a product and not just its most convenient aspect.

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The Vaccine; the Holy Grail

The Vaccine as the Holy Grail; for politicians all across the world, who, despite the publicly available information and strategies on how to deal with a pandemic, decided to implements only a few policies and experiment with others.

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Wearing a Mask is a Litmus Test for Collective Responsibility

Wearing a mask in public is an easy and convenient task. Stopping people from getting infected or spreading the virus and helping people at high risk is morally the right thing to do.

A person not willing to wear a mask for the collective good is selfish and irresponsible. It does not matter how deadly the virus is; it is about the mentality.

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A Life on Our Planet

The most challenging point that is not being mentioned too often is that we have to reach net-zero emissions by 2100 to stabilize the climate. We have to go net-negative to reverse the damages already done by then. We can’t merely rely on others to do the first step, and maybe in a decade or two, follow their lead. Each of us has an individual and collective responsibility to do their best.

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The Human Life Cycle

We are interconnected with nature, earth, and the universe; everything we consume influences us. The food we eat becomes us. Ideas and experiences shape our minds and personality. The habits and things we do daily develop our skills and understanding of the world. Our “self” is fluid, never static. Our minds and bodies change every day in subtle forms until we become entirely different individuals in just a few months or years.

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The Empires Crumble

The United States, The United Kingdom, Europe. They have become synonyms for opportunity, freedom, growth, and wealth. People see in them the future and try to replicate them or live there someday. But the marketing from decades and centuries of slavery, oppression, and imperialism is starting to crumble.

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Giving up Friendships

Although we know and feel how relationships have a positive effect on us, learning how to pick the right ones and develop them is only taught on a very basic level in society and culture.

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Open Perspectives

Content: Introduction, Realizations of the US Protests, Corona Policies, Fake News, The Culture War

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Lizards on Mars [Short Story]

The lizard society has been controlling humanity for centuries, but after the inevitable happens, the lizards have to emerge as the dominant species to ensure the survival of every life on the planet.

We follow the lives of several humans and lizards along the newly emerging society.

[Short Story, 44 pages, 15372 words]

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Unfiltered Mask [Short Story]

Humanity has destroyed its planet and become infertile. Living in unhygienic complexes under an authoritarian government, a pandemic would bring an end to the doomed civilization.

[Short Story, 35 pages, 11795 words]

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Change

Talking about my past and what I plan to do in the future.

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Heartburn [Short Story]

An old man is unable to adapt to the changing world around him and takes the easy way out.

[Short Story, 9 pages, 2579 Words]

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Black Sun [Short Story]

On a lava planet in the outer systems, a father has to choose the priorities in his life.

[Short Story, 7 pages, 2234 Words]

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