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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@HmlinenTimo Yes, familiar with both. Do you happen to know if Casti has gone further in the past decade?

@HmlinenTimo Yes, familiar with both. Do you happen to know if Casti has gone further in the past decade?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@ElbridgeColby I agree with your logic. Based on my modeling we should expect to see evidence of Emperor Xis disposition on these matters this year.

@ElbridgeColby I agree with your logic. Based on my modeling we should expect to see evidence of Emperor Xis disposition on these matters this year.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@tana_pablos Yes – this is the sort of thing. What are the dynamics of collapse here?

@tana_pablos Yes – this is the sort of thing. What are the dynamics of collapse here?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@HedevanD Would you care to provide more context?

@HedevanD Would you care to provide more context?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@ericdubnicka @Deepfryguy76 Yes. I have become aware of Zeihans shift. Thanks.

@ericdubnicka @Deepfryguy76 Yes. I have become aware of Zeihans shift. Thanks.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@disitinerant Yes, thanks, familiar with that lineage.

@disitinerant Yes, thanks, familiar with that lineage.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@mikaelseppala I think I agree, but I’d like to understand your thinking here.

@mikaelseppala I think I agree, but I’d like to understand your thinking here.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

Who has done the best work on modeling collapse in a social context? I know that in the physical context (bubbles popping, dams bursting, ropes fraying, etc.) it typically has an exponential or hyperbolic character. I expect that it is similar in social contexts, but I’d quite

Who has done the best work on modeling collapse in a social context? I know that in the physical context (bubbles popping, dams bursting, ropes fraying, etc.) it typically has an exponential or hyperbolic character. I expect that it is similar in social contexts, but I’d quite


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

like to have as much empirical information as possible. From small contexts like “crowded theater” type scenarios up to things like bank runs and large scale collapses like Venezuela and Sri Lanka. I expect that fine grained awareness here is going to prove useful.

like to have as much empirical information as possible. From small contexts like “crowded theater” type scenarios up to things like bank runs and large scale collapses like Venezuela and Sri Lanka. I expect that fine grained awareness here is going to prove useful.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jul 22

@Chris196883 @sbkaufman Many ugly aspects of both are baked into the 17th Century break. And also that a variety of characteristics of academia (and media, etc.) as well as tenure (relative prosperity tied to institutional subordination) afford the class that includes communism (woke, etc.).

@Chris196883 @sbkaufman Many ugly aspects of both are baked into the 17th Century break. And also that a variety of characteristics of academia (and media, etc.) as well as tenure (relative prosperity tied to institutional subordination) afford the class that includes communism (woke, etc.).


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