Monday, December 23, 2013

A Couple Of Quotes

that FLG noted today

The Wire:
A new study has found that as much as 80 percent of the raw scientific data collected by researchers in the early 1990s is gone forever, mostly because no one knows where to find it.

 Buttonwood:
 A nation that gets rich by buying and selling houses is rather like the mythical island which prospered when each house took in its neighbours' washing. By the same token, nations don't get rich by buying back shares.
Bonus:

Ken Brown explains China’s financial system—with some help from claymation.

Which lends support to FLG's theory that all explanations can be made clearer through claymation, even his beloved Plato.

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