We must fundamentally change our thinking to improve human excellence and longevity.
Without improving human adaptability to nature’s entropy, the future of humanity will be short-lived
A developed country violating nature's first-principles is by nature's measure an underdeveloped country.
My book aims to change my life as much as yours. The thinking is done, as the writing begins.
The primary issue humanity faces is not related to our quantity, but to our quality of life.
The world will be a better place when not misguided by the fuzzy-logic of economics violating nature's first-principles.
We must stop the make-believe and faith in a religion of economics that has no leg to stand on, theoretically or empirically.
A cryptocurrency, like stamp-collecting, is an evolutionary net-negative.
We must close the gap between the valuation and value of money to spawn regenerative human excellence.
Hats off to the great man who made Singapore what it is today.
The State of Humanity highlights why and how we must change our manmade systems to improve human excellence in lockstep with nature.
Today’s economics is incompatible with evolution. I explain how and what change we must incur.
The only war we need to fight - right now - is aimed to strengthen the renewal of all of mankind.
In this interview, I highlight how the coronavirus has issued a stern warning we must remodel our financial systems after nature's principles, so as to improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
The lack of control limited partners have over the capital they put to work is palpable and disconcerting. But more control is not what saves the bacon, only a better rendition of cause will.
For a company to become sustainable it must first-and-foremost adhere to the guiding principles of human evolution.
My answer is that Twitter suffers from the barking-dog syndrome. Twitter should have developed a dynamic meritocracy by which it explores the ever expanding fringe of human interests, not stimulate the mediocrity of spiraling collusion of thought.
Humanity must deploy better systems to improve the longevity of the human race.
To understand evolution is to understand the need for a new rulebook of humanity to optimize our ever-changing equilibrium with nature and to prolong our existence on earth.