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Month: November 2021
The Mass Extinction of Accumulated Wealth (Codex Vagus: essay 07)
The Law of Entropy dictates that the tallest stack of coins is the most likely to topple. Taxing the rich a form of controlled demolition to avert mass wealth extinction.
The Jodoverse of Electric Vehicles and the Genius of Elon Musk (Codex Vagus: essay 06)
Every great man is selectively blind. Great men are seldom great for you. Never trust a great man. #elonmusk #tesla
A Movie Theater NFT (Codex Vagus: essay 05)
If we can attach a paywall and make a pay-per-view-NFT, any video creator can in theory create their own Netflix-like platform.
Synthetic Fuel Panels (Codex Vagus: essay 04)
A self-contained modularised microfluidic reactor and solar cell combination that produces synthetic gasoline from air, water, and sunlight is what the world desperately needs right now.
The Base Delta Principle (Codex Vagus: essay 03)
Someone clever enough to work out all the engineering hurdles of this proposal may become a billionaire some day.
The Sinister Future of Cryptocurrency (Codex Vagus: essay 02)
Nobody is warning you what disasters could happen if cryptocurrency actually worked.
The Two Sides of the Metaverse (Codex Vagus: essay 01)
Don't get too excited about the metaverse. Look before you leap.