Steve Patterson joins the show to defend his claim that popular conceptions of quantum physics are claptrap, paradoxes don’t and can’t exist, and that being accurate is more important than believing what feels good. He also talks about his experiment as a freelance philosopher.

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  • How do you refute this above theory? “The labour theory of value is the proposition that the value of a commodity is equal the quantity of socially necessary labour-time required for its production.” A commodity according to Marx is a good which is labour produced for the purpose of exchanging with something else.

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  • Having just returned to after being away a long time I don’t know if there is anyone here discussing this.  Michael Suede at Libertarian News has done several pieces on it.  If you are not familiar with it or the Thunderbolts Project, here is an initial link.

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