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The Sat Standard - May 16th, 2020

The Sat Standard - May 16th, 2020

May 16, 2020
The Sat Standard

The Sat Standard - May 16th, 2020

Thought of the week from Marty Bent:
Solid first principles thinking is sorely lacking in today's world and it has made us worse off. Central banking is a prime example of this. Today's bankers do not understand money from first princinples.  

Thought of the week from Matt Odell:
"The non-financial costs of being surveilled reach to the very core of our humanity. Freedom of thought, expression, and action are key to unlocking each person’s unique potential to contribute to society. Untargeted government surveillance programs, even well-intentioned ones, threaten that freedom."

"Given their expressive value, untargeted surveillance of financial transactions raises the same types of civil liberty concerns as other mass surveillance programs."

-- SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce


via Matt Ahlborg


Jeff Booth

  • Tech deflation in recent decades
  • The future of cheap energy
  • Why an inflationary monetary policy doesn't make sense in a deflationary world
  • How Bitcoin fixes this
  • The future of AI
  • The future of work

Brian Harrington

  • Civil Liberties and the shutdown
  • Three sides of your balance sheet
  • Should we stop paying taxes?
  • Using your bitcoin in different ways
  • Enacting change via local government
  • Jesus

Misir Mahmudov - BOOK RELEASE EP

Wringing Of The Rag


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