A retired trial lawyer and member of Mensa, Richard had a lifelong interest in the behavior of our physical universe and our human family. His books give us the benefit of his unique observations gathered as he traveled the world speaking four languages, and are available as e books and paperback.
Ever more intelligent robots are steadily replacing people in the workplace, and pushing the monetary system into its twilight. The author shows us that, if we mobilize modern science now, we could easily develop a new economic system to create the dawn of a new era of economic democracy to allow everyone to share in the economy.
In 1620 Francis Bacon’s Novum Organum introduced a new scientific method of investigating nature. In 1690 John Locke used the new scientific method to discover how to create political democracy. In this book the author uses Bacon’s scientific method and the trail blazed by Locke to discover how to create economic democracy.
In his famous Gulliver's Travels, Gulliver described the quaint politics of the tiny people of Lilliput. In this sequel he adds his account of their equally quaint economy. He tells us the Lilliputians, bored with the endless prosperity of a Garden of Eden, reorganized their economy as an exciting game of chance controlled by the mysterious invisible hand of The Almighty Sprug.
This book is about an unresolved dispute over the physical nature of space. On one hand, space appears empty. This led biblical and modern cosmologists to conclude space is an empty vacuum. But when astrophysicists from Newton to Einstein studied space, they found it exhibits physical behaviors. This led astrophysicists to conclude space is a physical substance.