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Coding my way out of boredom.

“If the fool would persist in his folly he would become wise.” (William Blake)

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Oct
29
comment What is the source and history of “green on blue attack” expression?
Is it not possible that the green might mean contractor. This notation is often used in US: qz.com/92509/…
Jul
31
comment Is there a way to find who died and what american plane crashed over a spot in Romania in 1942/1943?
Great resource +1 I see a few "Lost over Romania on return flight."
Jan
29
comment What's the name of the (false) assumption that people in past ages were less able to reason?
Exceptionalism?
Jan
28
comment Is there a link between national debt/trade deficit and starting a war?
@MarkC.Wallace Thanks for mentioning, I will not interpret it as criticism, I assume the risk of a question being closed every-time I post a question.
Jan
28
comment Is there a link between national debt/trade deficit and starting a war?
@MarkC.Wallace I will answer to both your points: (1). I edited the post. (2) In FAQ and about pages around all SE sites editing and commenting to improve both Q&A is recommended.
Jan
28
comment Is there a link between national debt/trade deficit and starting a war?
@T.E.D. It coul be chained causation or a vicious cycle doesn't mean that is only a correlation, it can be that it is just the „no worse off than before” scenario mentioned by DVK. I don't exclude correlation but it should be other argument or data because war makes debt doesn't solve what started that war in the first place.
Sep
8
comment Is there an Arnold J Toynbee student to say about the state and fate of Western Civilization?
@Luke I understand why I made a few mistakes and omissions, I am not a native English writer/speaker, I edit it, if you don't understand please tell me what and I will try to rephrase it.
Aug
31
comment World Wars and economic crises?
The Napoleon's France was in an even more belligerent situation still though no WW.
Aug
31
comment World Wars and economic crises?
@Sardathrion Agree with you, but maybe without it Germany would have gone the way it had after WWII.
Aug
19
comment When and why China started to make a difference in the superpower arena?
@RISwampYankee It's not about like it or not, but also USA and Europe are not doing like in their heydays, if you look at this indicators: economic growth, debt levels and highly skilled labour force. O, its not that China has come at the level of Soviet Union, but that US and Europe are somehow some lesser of a superpower, and the proof for that is Russia which is becoming to be seen again as a superpower and its way below its Soviet times.
Aug
18
comment When and why China started to make a difference in the superpower arena?
@Russell So probably you are right and Deng_Xiaoping rule was the „baking time”. And can be also that after the fall of the Iron Curtain, Europe and US began a shopping spree to celebrate the victory.
Aug
18
comment When and why China started to make a difference in the superpower arena?
@Russel In your Wikipedia link I found this self-explenatory image: GDP of China between 1952-2005 it seem that the GDP started exploding after 1992, it seems that Soviet Union leaved the baton to another country.
Aug
18
comment When and why China started to make a difference in the superpower arena?
@Luke I didn't thought about that, I thought more about when it started to make a difference, and be also an economic superpower not just a military superpower that has the nukes.