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The Almighty Sprug: Gulliver's Eyewitness Account of the Quaint Economy of Lilliput By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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In Gulliver’s Travels Captain Gulliver relates how the people of Lilliput were very tiny, hardly reaching his ankles, and how they were evenly divided into two political parties – the... More > High Heels who strongly argued a soft boiled egg must always be opened on the pointed end – and the Low Heels who argued just as firmly that it should only be opened on the round end – and he told in exciting detail of the intrigues and infighting that ensued from this major political difference. Now, in this book based on a recently discovered manuscript in Captain Gulliver’s own hand, we’re treated to his eyewitness account of their equally quaint economy and their trials and tribulations.< Less
How to Create an Economic Democracy: A Revolutionary New Concept of Economics By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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In 1620 Francis Bacon’s Novum Organum introduced a new scientific method of investigating nature. In 1690 John Locke used the new scientific method to discover how to create a political... More > democracy. In this book the author uses Bacon’s scientific method and the trail blazed by Locke to discover how to create an economic democracy.< Less
The Twilight of the Monetary System: And Dawn of a New Era of Economic Democracy By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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The scientific advance of intelligent robots is steadily exiling more and more human beings from the workplace and pushing the monetary system into its twilight. The author shows us that, if we... More > create a new Econoscience, it could easily develop a new economic system and create a new era of economic democracy where everyone shares in the prosperity created by man and machine.< Less
The Ether Dispute: Revisiting Einstein's Argument That Space Is a Physical Substance By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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There’s an unresolved dispute over the physical nature of space. It occurs because of what Bacon called our “dull and deceptive human senses.” On one hand, space appears empty. This... More > led biblical and modern cosmologists to conclude space is an “empty vacuum.” But, when astrophysicists from Newton to Einstein studied space, they found it exhibits physical behaviors – for example, it physically carries light and heat from the sun to earth. This led the astrophysicists to conclude space is an invisible substance called “the ether.” In this book the author revisits the dispute.< Less

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