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Ether, also known as ETH, is the base cryptocurrency tailored for the Ethereum blockchain network. Ether basically serves as the currency for paying transaction fees to miners. Most important of all, it is stored in terms of individual accounts rather than in the form of Unspent Transaction Outputs or UTXOs. READ MORE

Submitted by: 101blockchains.com


EWASM refers to the web assembly or WASM version implemented by the Ethereum Virtual Machine for ensuring improved functionalities in blockchains.


EOS basically points out the Blockchain 3.0 chain, tailored specifically for emphasizing transaction throughput. It leverages the web assembly or WASM for smart contracts and the delegated proof-of-stake or DPoS consensus mechanism. READ MORE

Submitted by: 101blockchains.com

A short extract from a continuous whole thing.
Submitted by: vocab

pressing; demanding e.g. "the exigent demands of her contemporaries' music took a toll on her voice"
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Ethereum is one of the prominent examples of the decentralized chain in Blockchain 2.0. As a matter of fact, it will be the first major smart contract platform that enjoys considerable support of Fortune 500 companies through the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance or EEA. Ethereum presently depends on a Proof-of-Work or PoW consensus algorithm. However, future modifications in the protocol can imply the need for updating to a Proof-of-Stake or PoS algorithm for better scalability. READ MORE

Submitted by: 101blockchains.com


A cryptocurrency exchange is commonly evident in the world of blockchain, especially as a service for trading cryptocurrency tokens for fiat or other tokens. Exchanges are subject to intensive regulations in the US, the European Union, and eastern Asia.

There are three classes of citizens. The first are the rich, who are indolent and yet always crave more. The second are the poor, who have nothing, are full of envy, hate the rich, and are easily led by demagogues. Between the two extremes lie those who make the state secure and uphold the laws.

E. L. Doctorow

Early Pandemic Voluntary Insurance Coverage: Cost-sharing Waivers and Premium Relief in US Healthcare
Submitted by: healthsystemtracker.org

Eckhart Tolle
Eckhart Tolle (born 16-Feb-1948) is a German-born pragma-philosopher, spiritual teacher and self-help author who resides in Canada. He is best known as the author of The Power of Now and A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose.

Eckhart Tolle Wikipedia

Submitted by: 1948-?

Economics: Comparing Healthcare Spending
Medicare v Costco Healthcare Spending @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Worry About Private Sector Collapse
Inflation Is Not What We Need to Worry About: the Risk of Major Collapse in the Private Sector Is What Should Be Troubling Us Right Now @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: United Kingdom Food Bank - Hunger Map
UK interactive hunger map @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Techno-Feudalism
Yanis Varoufakis: Techno-Feudalism Is Taking Over @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Norway Divests Israel
Norway: Largest Pension Fund Divests from Israeli Settlements @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: New Theory of Inflation
Answering The $64 Trillion Question: A New Theory Of Inflation @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: New Regime Oil Control
One For The History Books: A New Control Regime In Oil @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Neoliberalism Govt Supported
Neoliberalism Has Depended on Huge Levels of Government Support for Its Entire Existence @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Money in Elections
How Money Impacts Elections @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Military Spending
Military spending, technical progress, and economic growth: a critical overview on mainstream defense economics @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Fed Cannot End QE
The Fed In A Box Part 2: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Ethereum 2.0 by JP Morgan
Ethereum 2.0 Will Supercharge Staking Industry By Tens Of Billions, JPMorgan Estimates @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Democrats Privatising Healthcare
Democrats Prepare to Privatize Medicare, Using Medicare Advantage as Their Opening Wedge (and New York Unions?) @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Covid-19 Profiteering for BlackRock & co
COVID PROFITEERING ON SUPER STEROIDS: This Is What the Whole World Is Witnessing (25-Jun-2021) @ LINK.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: The Financial Crisis Was a Minsky Moment but We Live in Strange Times (19-Feb-2019)

Economics: The Financial Crisis Was a Minsky Moment but We Live in Strange Times (19-Feb-2019) @ Nat Dyer article from Economic Questions website. Nat Dyer is a freelance writer based in London. He has an MSc in International and European Politics from Edinburgh University. He was previously a campaigner with Global Witness, an anti-corruption group. Twitter: @natjdyer.

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Economics: Federal Reserve Inter Generational Wealth 2018
2018 study by the federal reserve on how wealth moves between generations @ ARTICLE.
Submitted by: Economics

Economics: Social Mobility in USA since 1850s
Long-term decline in intergenerational mobility in the United States since the 1850s @ ARTICLE.
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Economics: US Militarized Budget 2020

Overview of the US Discretionary and Fixed Budget public spending 2020 @ LINK.
CBO.GOV infographics US govt website.

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Economics: Collective Bargaining
Collective bargaining is the process in which working people, through their unions, negotiate contracts with their employers to determine their terms of employment, including pay, benefits, hours, leave, job health and safety policies, ways to balance work and family, and more @ AFICIO.ORG explainer.
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Economics: Free Market Free Political Civil Authorities
If you're a believer in market capitalism efficiently sorting winners and losers by who's best at making money - who's best at winning the most ubiquitous competitive game in the world - therefore also who's best at their job - the same should apply to politics and civil authorities; all positions of value in society.
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Edgar Wallace

Edmund Burke
Edmund Burke (12-Jan-1729 to 9-Jul-1797) was a Irish statesman, economist, and philosopher. Born in Dublin, Burke served as a member of parliament (MP) between 1766 and 1794 in the House of Commons of Great Britain with the Whig Party after moving to London in 1750. Burke was a proponent of underpinning virtues with manners in society and of the importance of religious institutions for the moral stability and good of the state.[3] These views were expressed in his A Vindication of Natural Society. He criticised the actions of the British government towards the American colonies, including its taxation policies. Burke also supported the rights of the colonists to resist metropolitan authority, although he opposed the attempt to achieve independence. He is remembered for his support for Catholic emancipation, the impeachment of Warren Hastings from the East India Company, and his staunch opposition to the French Revolution.

Edmund Burke Wikipedia

Submitted by: 1729-1797

Edmund Burke (1)
All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing.
Submitted by: Irish Statesman (1721-1797)

Education: the Pari Center for New Learning
Submitted by: Education

Education: Politics Test Psychometrics
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Education: Learning in Layers of Muscle Memory
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Education: Leitner Box Learning Aid
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Education: Hamilton Morris Student Chemistry Blog
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Edward Bernays (1)"""

Edward Bernays (2)
Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.
Submitted by: American Sociologist (1891-1995)

Edward Denison
Three percent exceeds 2 percent by 50 percent, not by 1 percent.
Submitted by: American Politician (1873-1953)

Edward Gibbon
Corruption, the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty.
Submitted by: English Historian

Edward Gibbon (1)
A nation of slaves is always prepared to applaud the clemency of their master who, in the abuse of absolute power, does not proceed to the last extremes of injustice and oppression.
Submitted by: English 1780

Edward R Murrow
If none of us ever read a book that was 'dangerous' had a friend who was 'different or joined an organisation that advocated 'change' we would all be the kind of people Joe McCarthy wants.
Submitted by: "American

Edward Snowden on Central Bank Crypto
  • Your Money AND Your Life - Central Banks Digital Currencies will ransom our future (9-Oct-2021)
  • Submitted by: Crypto | Edward Snowden

    Edward Snowden (1)
    In terms of technological and communication progress in human history, the Internet is basically the equivalent of electronic telepathy. We can now communicate all the time through our little magic smartphones with people who are anywhere, all the time, constantly learning what they’re thinking, talking about, exchanging messages.
    Submitted by: American Whistleblower

    Edward Snowden
    Permanent Record (2014)
    Submitted by: Autobiography

    Edward Zehr
    I wouldn't call it fascism exactly, but a political system nominally controlled by an irresponsible, dumbed down electorate who are manipulated by dishonest, cynical, controlled mass media that dispense the propaganda of a corrupt political establishment can hardly be described as democracy either.

    Edwin Vieira
    You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, and that's good enough.

    EFF: Anti-Surveillance App Downloader

    Introducing apkeep EFF Threat Lab new APK Downloader @ EFF.ORG download.

    Submitted by: EFF.org

    Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR)
    Submitted by: Online Freedom

    Emile Zola

    Emily Brontë

    Emily Davison

    Emily Wilding Davison (11-Oct-1872 to 8-Jun-1913) was an English suffragette who fought for votes for women in Britain in the early twentieth century. A member of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) and a militant fighter for her cause, she was arrested on nine occasions, went on hunger strike seven times and was force-fed on forty-nine occasions. Davison joined the women's rights movement and soon became known in the organisation for her daring militant action; her tactics included breaking windows, throwing stones, setting fire to postboxes, planting bombs and, on three occasions, hiding overnight in the Palace of Westminster—including on the night of the 1911 census. Davison was a staunch feminist and passionate Christian, and considered that socialism was a moral and political force for good. Emily Davison died after being hit by King George V's horse Anmer at the 1913 Derby when she walked onto the track during the race.

    Submitted by: early feminist-socialist suffragette

    Emir Kusturica

    Emmeline Pankhurst

    Emmeline Pankhurst (15-Jul-1858 to 14-Jun-1928) was an English suffragette, proto-feminist and political activist. She is best remembered for organising the British suffragette movement and helping women win the right to vote. She was widely criticised at the time - as is always the case when establishment power is under threat - for her militant tactics, but her work is recognised as a crucial element in achieving women's suffrage in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

    Submitted by: feminist voting-rights activist

    ERC20 Token Standard

    ERC refers to Ethereum Request for Comment and is associated with an assignment number related to the standard. ERC20 is a technical standard for smart contracts implemented by the majority of Ethereum tokens. The ERC20 standard lists certain rules which specify requirements that a token should fulfill for maintaining compliance and functioning in the Ethereum network. READ MORE

    Submitted by: 101blockchains.com

    Eric Hoffer
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Submitted by: American Social Philosopher (1902-1983)

    Eric Hoffer (1)
    Propaganda ... serves more to justify ourselves than to convince others; and the more reason we have to feel guilty, the more fervent our propaganda.

    Eric Hoffer
    When people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other.
    Submitted by: American Social Philosopher (1902-1983)

    Eric Schaub
    Can we truly expect those who aim to exploit us to be trusted to educate us?

    Erich Fromm
    When Fascism came into power, most people were unprepared, both theoretically and practically. They were unable to believe that man could exhibit such propensities for evil, such lust for power, such disregard for the rights of the weak, or such yearning for submission. Only a few had been aware of the rumbling of the volcano preceding the outbreak.

    Ernest Hemmingway
    He did not care for the lying at first. He hated it. Then later he had come to like it. It was part of being an insider, but it was a very corrupting business.
    Submitted by: American Writer

    Ernest Hemmingway
    Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
    Submitted by: American Writer

    Ernest Hemingway
    It would be easy for us, if we do not learn to understand the world and appreciate the rights, privileges and duties of all other countries and peoples, to represent in our power the same danger to the world that Fascism did.

    Ernst Zundel
    For an event that was wholly created in the poisonous psychological warfare kitchens of the Second World War, run by the ministries of propaganda in many countries, not just by the British or the Americans, but also the Russians and undoubtedly the world Jewish organisations.

    Ethereum Enterprise Alliance

    The Ethereum Enterprise Alliance or EEA refers to a group of medium to large businesses with a public commitment to support Ethereum development and creating applications tailored for the protocol. READ MORE

    Submitted by: 101blockchains.com

    Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIP)

    Ethereum Improvement Proposals or EIPs provide a description of standards for the Ethereum platform, such as contract standards, core protocol specifications, and client APIs.

    Ethereum Virtual Machine

    Ethereum Virtual Machine is a simulated state machine that depends on eWASM bytecode for processing transactions. In addition, it can also facilitate opportunities for performing state transitions for the Ethereum blockchain. The state of the EVM will be similar on all nodes in the network, with the impossibility of generating different states by using the same inputs.

    Eugene B Meyer - Federalist Society CEO

    Eugene B. Meyer President and CEO, The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies.

    Submitted by: Human

    Evelyn Waugh

    Evolution: Humanity Switch Gene? Chinese Human Fossils?

    The humanity switch: How one gene made us brainier article in New Scientist.

    Chinese human fossils unlike any known species article in New Scientist. But why are these referred to as Chinese human fossils rather than human fossils found in China? China didn't exist until 5000-8000 years ago. Little examples of bullshit infowars propaganda training reader thinking.

    Submitted by: Evolution

    Exchange (Decentralized)

    Decentralized exchange basically refers to a cryptocurrency exchange hosted completely through a decentralized app on a specific blockchain. Decentralized exchanges generally don’t allow the conversion of cryptocurrency to fiat. Furthermore, decentralized exchanges also present more difficulties in comparison to standard exchanges for regulations and sanctions.

    existentialism absurdism

    Sartre is tagged with Existentialism, Camus is tagged with Absurdism. Both too reductive but anyway: Existentialism vs Absurdism — Explanations and Key Differences of Each.

    Submitted by: philosospeak

    Explained: Neural networks (16-Apr-2021)
    Ballyhooed artificial-intelligence technique known as “deep learning” revives 70-year-old idea @ MIT WEBSITE link.

    Submitted by: Neuroscience

    Extirpating History

    The great strides made in western liberal societies since the Enlightenment have been firmly based on the Greco/Christian tradition. It should be no surprise that the purveyors of consumerist agnosticism firmly reject this tradition within the western democracies. By pulling the spiritual rug out from under Euro/American culture, they have left a black hole that can only be filled by their circus and gadgets.

    Submitted by: Woke / Cultural Erasure

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    “A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers…"