Month: April 2013

60+ Places to Transact with Litecoin, Adam Kokesh on Litecoin

In my last article I linked to the Litecoin Github’s List of Litecoin related services as evidence that you can really spend litecoin on real goods and services. In this article I would like to reference many, many more places

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An Update on the Litecoin Explosion

First, go join http://www.reddit.com/r/cryptocurrency. The reddit /bitcoin community has long been my home, but since I’ve become convinced that LTC is a winner, I have realized that the bitcoin community is too narrow minded for a real crypto-currency discussion. I

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The Coming Litecoin Explosion

Computer World and Ars Technica both recently ran stories based on a recent Mt Gox official statement. The statement was regarding a series of DDoS attacks which Mt Gox has been undergoing as of late. The statement significantly acknowledged that

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The Genesis 1:1 Apology and Mathematical Trust

“If the first verse is true the rest of the Bible is at least believable.” That is a phrase often used by Christian apologist and radio show host Frank Turek. I have worked this idea into a very robust and

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Mike Licona’s Top 10 Resurrection Myths Adressed

Dr. Mike Licona is an American New Testament scholar, evangelical Christian apologist and Associate Professor in Theology at Houston Baptist University. He has a bit of a specialty in the defense of the authenticity of the resurrection of Jesus. Recently

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“Economic Experts” Still Have No Clue About Bitcoin

This article covers a poll of mainstream “economic experts,” about half Keynesian and half Chicago school or monetarist. No notable Austrians were surveyed. The poll was a statement and the respondents agreed or disagreed. The statement was, “A bitcoin’s value

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Indirect Evidence, Unfalsifiability, Trust and Deception

Indirect/Circumstantial evidence is a thing. A valid thing. If you watch your father rob a store you have directly observed. If you see a man with a mask on wearing your fathers shirt and watch, holding your father’s gun, about

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Negative Effects of Homosexuality as Evidence for the Bible

This article posits that empirical data shows that homosexuality has a negative effect both on individuals and on their surrounding society and that such a negative effect is evidence to the validity of the Bible. The Bible has been under

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5 Tenets of Christian Economics

This will be an indefinite series wherein I compile various Christian ideas including scripture, doctrine and other ideas and relate them to economics. I posit that when the Christian scripture is accurately interpreted optimal outcomes will be created, including outcomes

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5 Steps to Record That Song in Your Head

Step 1: Have a Song in Your Head.I just want to make clear that I am not writing about how to come up with a song. I’m sure there are some great techniques for this, but I am assuming you

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