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Some articles (and series of articles) on this website seem to attract more attention than others. Here are links to some of the more popular stuff, especially the highlighted ones.

At the end of some articles (those that are part of a series) you’ll find a list of links to other articles of that particular series.

Technologies of Atlantis?

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A recent space.com article analyzed pictures of ruts and grooves behind some of the Mars rocks, suggesting the rocks had slid downhill recently, maybe as a result of a marsquake. (Credit: NASA/HiRISE image)

A recent space.com article analyzed pictures of ruts and grooves behind some of the Mars rocks, suggesting the rocks had slid downhill recently, maybe as a result of a marsquake. (Credit: NASA/HiRISE image)

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Internet map... with brain cells inset, for comparison.

Internet map… with brain cells inset, for comparison.

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Transforming Economics – This collection takes a brand-new, stripped-down look at economics.

Establishing a popular world government and doing it right   –   Finally, good politics   –  Politics and the Human Spirit (8): The Economy   –  2012: As Disasters Worsen, What’s Preventable and What’s Not   –    Who Can Help the Poorest of the Poor?   –   Overpopulation and Growth Economics: Humanity’s Cancer   –   Preventing that Pesky Apocalypse   –   Economics in a Nutshell: A Natural View   –   Standards: The Key to Compatibility and Peace in the World   –   Solving Israel’s Problems   –   Fixing the World, Starting with Piracy and Bad Economics   –   New Economics and Paradise
War deaths (red line).... Population and GDP growth (blue and black lines).

War deaths (red line)…. Population and GDP growth (blue and black lines).

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Population growth rate: Blue nations are the most stable and would be well suited to a Basic Income program. Green countries are on the border and could also accommodate Basic Income. The yellows, oranges, reds and purples indicate countries with precarious population growth, which would have to be gotten under control before Basic Income (or any other economic solution) would really help.

Population growth rate: Blue nations are the most stable and would be well suited to a Basic Income program. Green countries are on the border and could also accommodate Basic Income. The yellows, oranges, reds and purples indicate countries with precarious population growth, which would have to be gotten under control before Basic Income (or any other economic solution) would really help.

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AllFigures-Exercise
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  • Gender Dramas – This series explores our enjoyment of love and sex… and the difference between the two. It compares our ethereal connections to each other, via the heart, to our carnal connections via the body.
Depiction of our physical and astral bodies and soul.

Depiction of our physical and astral bodies and soul.

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In the future, as I deduce (from perusals, ratings, polls…) that certain articles are attracting attention, I’ll add them to this list…….

Mark Macy

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