There are many things computer chips can do better than me, and I embrace it. They calculate better than I do, they find disease patterns for the CDC by culling meta-data, they control traffic lights of entire cities better than
The History of Money Part III We left off talking about paper money, and we’re now going to look at the future, but before we do, let me give you a few facts. The US currently owes $27.551 Trillion dollars.
The History of Money Part II Part I left off discussing the innovation of paper money, by merchants in Sichuan in tenth-century China, but that story is incomplete without a discussion of the Mongols and their role in the money