Here’s how psychopaths are made

Oct. 10, 2017 by

Are psychopaths born or are they bred? I think it’s the latter. Even those who seem predisposed to that behavior at birth must be triggered by an environment conducive to the triggering. I think this is why Copiosis offers so much promise for solving the psychopath problem: it creates an environment where such people can get the help they need.

Good news: the young are poorer than their parents!

Sep. 5, 2017 by

Young people are screwed financially.

Amoral capitalism at work

Amoral capitalism at work

Oct. 11, 2016 by

When I first read this piece, I thought OMG, there are people operating in this process who have the power to destroy Copiosis before it starts. The system they’ve corrupted to fleece governments, communities, etc., seemed above the law. Ultra powerful. For a moment I was scared. But then I realized something.

Accomplishing the extraordinary (and impossible)

Accomplishing the extraordinary (and impossible)

Jun. 26, 2014 by

What makes people who accomplish extraordinary things extraordinary? Is it living free of commonly-held beliefs about success and failure? How many times are you willing to try something before you succeed at it? Three, three hundred, three thousand? How many years are you