Jackman Blau

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Physicists & Lawyers

In Musing on 4 February 2011 at 5:06 am

The difference between physicists and lawyers is that physicists start by carefully defining little things they understand and work their way up in complexity towards a fundamental understanding of how the world works. Lawyers start with their understanding of how the world works and work their way down the law until they change the basic definitions so it all remains consistent.


Constitution of the Living-Dead!

In Constitution, History on 4 February 2011 at 4:26 am

Imagine you have a monumental task in front of you.  This obligation is so tremendous that it’s outcome will directly affect the lives of millions of people for an untold hundreds of years into the future, and so critical that the smallest error could lead to death, revolution, chaos, and uprising.  The task?

Create a lasting structure of government that is fair to its people.

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