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Tuesday, September 27, 2011


I was lousy in the Econ classes I took in school, therefore, I cannot opinionate with any authority on this issue. I suppose that the state of great wealth drives the economic health of the world. That may be an over-simplification of facts or an exaggeration of reality, OR some of both. I don't know. I was lousy in Econ.I expect Mark Twain was not a scholar of mathematics---but that opinion could be totally wrong-headed.

Albert Einstein thought he had special relativity locked up---or did he? Does anyone think he knew that, someday, his theory could be disproven? I'll bet he did. The mark of a great human is that he or she can be proven wrong, laugh about it, and move on. Al died before he had to worry about any of that.

As Alice said: it just gets curiouser and curiouser. And mysteriouser and mysteriouser.

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