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Summary of "The World Forager Elite", Robin Hanson
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Why is there so little deviation between nations on regulation?

Because there is a global elite which talks, forms consensus and then forces regulation to be as it wants
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summary of Nintil's "Slaying Alexander's Moloch"
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when people have just a bit of altruism, Moloch phenomena don't play out the same way, and empirically it's not as bad as what the game theory says
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Cost Matters: Why Lambda School should have a lower success rate than college (Chris Stucchio): summary
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It's completely normal for Lambda School to have a lower success rate than e.g. college, because the gamble is more favorable from the student's perspective: there is less downside in case of failure, so some less-talented students who shouldn't attend college should attend Lambda School
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(LW) summary of "Well-Kept Gardens Die By Pacifism" by Eliezer Yudkowsky
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censorship or at least a karma system where people do downvote are necessary for online gardens to remain high-quality.
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(LW) "Well-Kept Gardens Die By Pacifism" by Eliezer Yudkowsky: why is this not obvious to everyone?
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because we don't see we're already protected by walls, like it's easy to be a nonviolent pacifist when the country is protected by the military and the city already has police
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Matthew Butterick's argument against adblockers
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The people who still see the ads are those who are slow on the uptake, and now the writing adapts to them

<a href="https://practicaltypography.com/economics-year-one.html">https://practicaltypography.com/economics-year-one.html</a>
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