MadBadDangerous (@madbaddangerous)

Melbourne, Australia

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December 2019

Three Calendars for 2020. This time of year calendars seem to be everywhere. These are in different sizes to can pr… https://t.co/iJIu4Qa0BY

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@D_A_Irwin @FDRLibrary Yes; deplorable. Why does it never hit home that govts. turn cycles into recessions? Still,… https://t.co/pHJ3lqOh0E

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Panpsychism: a review of Philip Goff’s book Galileo’s Error: Foundations for a New Science of Consciousnepetergallagher.com.au/panpsychism/UyES

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RT @SimonEvenett: Such is the range of industries affected by 521 Chinese subsidy cuts over past 3 years that none of it G20 trading partne…

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“Chuck Peddle is one of the great unsung heroes of the personal computer age”:: https://t.co/s61BAk0l6C

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In sunny Adelaide for lunch where back yards are big enough for your own orchard (apricots, lemons, oranges… oliv… https://t.co/3iPATHLGlr

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RT @HumanProgress: There is no evidence to show that Golden Rice, possibly the most extensively evaluated crop in history, is unsafe. Unfor…

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Alas, Gen Y/Millennials! So desperate for attention, poor dears. Please look at Emily’s naughty pictures & order he… https://t.co/ygSyVtvCGE

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adam_tooze The drive towards ever greater trade integration & globalization has stalled. @bcaresearch via @SoberLook pic.twitter.com/vWvbIcmdgP

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@HenryErgas in his annual Christmas column (https://t.co/8fujlMA7LW) aruges that elections in AU and UK this year w… https://t.co/Td1nN97wKN

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RT @mattwridley: The next time you hear Sir David Attenborough say: ‘Anyone who thinks that you can have infinite growth on a planet with f…

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@insteconomics And pretty much where we were (or worse) on the PC’s productivity ‘to-do’ list from 2012. Instead of… https://t.co/u9kzVbBcme

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Tulsi Gabbard voted “present” on both counts. Although standing down from her Congressional seat, she remains in th… https://t.co/mYM2Q4dKvL

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WorldTradeLaw The Future of U.S. Participation in WTO Disputes dlvr.it/RLXWVf

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Not troubling at all! US military is devising AI weapons systems that will rapidly present field commanders with at… https://t.co/8vmC3OSxTv

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I want the tiny illustrated pirate edition, please. Cantos I+II? I-IV? “The Missal too (it was the family Missal)/… https://t.co/cZf5d9HHFH

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@snlester A respondent says it’s entitled to rely on an ambiguity in the AD agreement. OK. But how is it ‘overreach… https://t.co/MWGXIcIdUB

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RT @CatoTrade: Last Friday, the US Trade Representative’s Office released a “fact sheet” about the US-China trade deal. #CatoTrade’s @snles…

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NYT obituary for Tony Brooker who invented assembler language (read to the end - early luminaries literally spawned… https://t.co/5Ivp4Bnk0h

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…”its claimed success…”.

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RT @insteconomics: I have an op-ed in today’s AFR explaining why the ‘phase one’ US-China trade deal exemplifies the costly failure of Pres…

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Brilliant analogy. The Smithsonian deal stuck for more than 5 mins. only in JPN & was trashed by the ‘73 oil-price… https://t.co/0d0Fe2qp2V

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… This WSJ editorial gives several reasons to agree. Content quotas, labor protectionism and administered pricing… https://t.co/Ntz4iBXJpR

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RT @jeremy_gans: “The result also shows, again, how indifferent and even hostile voters are to parliamentary games. Voters in the UK, Aust…

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@ABehsudi @snlester It describes an “unequal treaty”. Nothing about what the USA will do. So I assume it’s either a… https://t.co/9GJ7I2f2HD

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Amazon steals its own lunch back (and then some)::https://t.co/kJJvpULsWk

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“I could send forth my mandate like a primate
Upon the rest of Europe’s social state;
But thou art the most difficu… https://t.co/6QXFhIHCvA

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Arnold Kling (https://t.co/hdFoJAnlVn): “I would choose to interpret the ‘Volcker disinflation’ as a return to norm… https://t.co/vaeAqvaY5x

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“Aggregate real income loss [in USA from Trump tariff protection] was $7.2 billion, or 0.04% of GDP” after accounti… https://t.co/kBr0ppmkIj

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RT @insteconomics: David Uren writes up my @ussc report on the current and future role of the US dollar in @aspi_org’s The Strategist https…

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Very bad behaviour, certainly. Still, it’s ‘assault’, so far… not murder, yet. https://t.co/QlxX24eQA0

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RT @mattwridley: European protectionism does not only discriminate against poor countries, raise costs for domestic consumers and damage th…

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CANZPS What Does Beijing Want from the Pacific Islands? shar.es/a35zxi via @ChinaFile

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@robinhanson It may depend on “new”, but do you say Trump, Trudeau, Obrador, Johnson, Macron, Conte (or Morrison, A… https://t.co/q6FUEdYDt7

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Just catching up: Johnathan Miller is dead, alas. An original comic(“Beyond the Fringe”), a careful teacher, a smar… https://t.co/lJlTDNndxD

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RT @mattwridley: Not only does the EU raise hefty tariffs against crops such as rice and oranges to protect subsidised European farmers; it…

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@CoppetainPU It’s no surprise that Walker found WTO Members willing to blur the issues raised by the USA’s flimsy c… https://t.co/mikeFxpTMa

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@samirvarma The best explanation I’ve seen of the Colin et al paper.

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Not troubling at all: “From Dec. 1, mobile users hoping to purchase SIM cards in China will have to undergo a manda… https://t.co/bfe1hdiiCX

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“Tariffs let him exercise unconstrained power, rewarding his friends and punishing his enemies”. Hmm… the power i… https://t.co/lYNUOaz3ko

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R. Zoellick no doubt enjoys giving the Trump administration a lecture on USA/CHN, history, diplomacy and global pro… https://t.co/RznmUguruj

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Pretty certain Byron would have signed, too! “How Agatha Christie (sort of) Saved Civilisation”::https://t.co/84haiHkAcO

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The rules G.H. Hardy & J. E. Littlewood adopted for their collaboration on number theory::https://t.co/DrTgN7ZvmO

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