Does Inflation Lead To Civilizational Collapse? A Look At Rome | ZeroHedge

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1. The exploitation of the silver to gold ratio depleted Roman silver supplies as the creditor oligarchy exported coinage to India & the east. There the ratio was as low as 4:1 & 12:1 in Rome. 2. European gold & silver supplies were exhausted around 26BC. There was little

Euthanasia debate: Is there dignity in death, or does palliative care kill? | Stuff

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Gwynne-Robson has heard plenty of momentary requests to die.”It’s not uncommon for a patient to say, ‘If I had a gun I would shoot myself,’ or ‘Doctor, can you give me pill,’ and the correct response to that, I think, is to ask what the problem is and explore that.

The Delusional Feminist Power Fantasy Relies On Male Charity And Tolerance

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Two genders: Male or Female Two bathrooms: Male or Female Toxic? Two Genders Kids: Leave them alone! If one studies the archetypal ideals of the hero’s journey (a hallmark of the male power fantasy), what we almost always find are stories of self sacrifice. Power for most men is

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AI-Training “Grunts” Paid A Measly $15/Hr To Train ChatGPT

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It’s not real AI!!!! Two OpenAI contractors revealed to NBC News that the kind of work that goes into training large language models (LLMs) like those behind ChatGPT is very much “grunt work” — though in the case of these two individuals, they’re pretty happy to be doing it. Source:

Millennials Have To Work Twice As Much As Boomers Did To Pay Off College, But There’s A Catch… 

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Key FindingsBetween the mid-1980s and 2010, the cost of a Bachelor’s degree in public and private colleges increased by 421% and 303%, respectively;Over the same period, the average post-graduation salary saw a 165% increase, while the federal minimum wage jumped by a mere 116%;Baby Boomers earning minimum wage could