October 21, 2021

Occasional Tweets: That's economics

 

Occasional Tweets: The Profit Law applies always and everywhere

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Profit/Distribution
For more about the macroeconomic Profit Law see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: Let's get into debt

 

Occasional Tweets: Economics and emancipation ― another attempt at self-glorification through historical forgery

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Political Economics/Stupidity/Corruption.

Occasional Tweets: A fake Nobel for fake science

 

October 20, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Basically, it is about the takeover of the means of production of curreny

 


For more about the means of production of curreny see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: Heterodoxy, too, messed it up

 


For more about Heterodoxy see AXECquery.

 

Occasional Tweets: A Paradigm Shift is a change of scientific method and not a switch from an old political scam to a new one

 


For more about Paradigm see AXECquery

October 19, 2021

Occasional Tweets: How the system works (III)

 

For more about how the system works see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: The great reset ― no future for scientifically incompetent economists

 


Occasional Tweets: Economics ― more fraud than fun

 

 

October 18, 2021

Occasional Tweets: How the system works (II)

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Profit/Distribution.

Occasional Tweets: Economists ― dabbling as a vocation

 

For more about disinfotainment see AXECquery


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Occasional Tweets: Economists are imbeciles who never understood the foundational concept of their subject matter

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Profit/Distribution.


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October 17, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Economics is not #Science but #DisInfoTainment

 


For more about Circus Maximus see AXECquery.
For more about econogenics see AXECquery.
For more about #DisInfoTainment see TWITTERquery.

Occasional Tweets: Yes, the Phillips Curve has already been dead in the cradle

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Employment/Phillips Curve

October 16, 2021

Occasional Tweets: What is the Paradigm Shift in economics all about?

 


Note that the current exchange of players/loudspeakers and political phraseology is NOT a Paradigm Shift but an update of the communication strategy. The content of economics discourse is unaltered proto-scientific garbage.

October 15, 2021

October 14, 2021

Occasional Tweets: There is also a Nobel for proto-scientific garbage

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Refutation of I=S.
For more about the EconNobel, see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: Economics is not about happiness (II)

 


For more about cargo cult science see AXECquery.
For more about happiness see AXECquery.

October 13, 2021

Occasional Tweets: No false hero memorial for Adam Smith

 

Occasinal Tweets: Economists are too stupid for science but get the Nobel nonetheless

 



For more about the EconNobel see AXECquery.
For more about microfoundations see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: Joan Robinson's legacy

 


For more about Joan Robinson see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: Economics is not becoming more like a science but is still a disinfotainment shitshow

 


For more about the EconNobel see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: Economics is not about happiness (I)

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Not a Science of Behavior.

Occasional Tweets: Economists are not scientists but clowns in the political Circus Maximus

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Failed/Fake Scientists

October 12, 2021

Occasional Tweets: The minimum wage issue is settled

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Employment/Phillips Curve

October 11, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Some folks still cling to Lionel Robbins' definition of economics

 

For more about microfoundations see AXECquery.
For more about macrofoundations see AXECquery.
For details about the big picture see cross-references Paradigm Shift.

Occasional Tweets: Economics is not "sciences"

 

For more about science see AXECquery.
For more about the EconNobel see AXECquery.

October 10, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Econogenics (II)

 


For more about econogenics see AXECquery.
For more about Paradigm Shift see AXECquery.
For more about Diane Coyle see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: Lucas ― another case of cargo cult science

 

October 9, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Econogenics (I)

 

Occasional Tweets: Counterfeit Currency

 

 

For more about counterfeit money/currency see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: Economics is scientifically worthless

 

October 8, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Scrap the EconNobel (II)

 


For more about the EconNobel see AXECorg

Occasional Tweets: The making of billionaires

 

Occasional Tweets: Equilibrium is long dead but some folks still don't get it

 


For more about equilibrium see AXECorg.
For more about the economists' corner at the Flat-Earth-Cemetery see AXECorg.

Occasional Tweets: Fake scientists insult each other

 


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Occasional Tweets: True macrofoundations

 


For more about macrofoundations see AXECorg.  

October 7, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Economists don't solve problems, they are the problem

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Failed/Fake Scientists.
For more about econogenic see AXECorg.

Occasional Tweets: Critique is not enough ― it takes a new theory to beat an old theory

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Paradigm Shift.

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October 6, 2021

Occasional Tweets: MMT has absolutely nothing to do with science

 


For the full-spectrum refutation of MMT see cross-references MMT 

Occasional Tweets: Huh, where does this vast profit come from?

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Profit/Distribution.

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Occasional Tweets: Marshall and the history of scientific failure

 


For more about cargo cult science see Wikipedia and AXECquery.
For more about Alfred Marshall see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: The history of economic thought is just embarrasing

 


For more about Adam Smith see AXECorg.

October 4, 2021

Occasional Tweets: #mintthecoin ― another instance of #DisInfoTainment

 

Occasional Tweets: No false hero memorials

 

Occasional Tweets: I=S ― the biggest idiocy in macroeconomics

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Refutation of I=S

Occasional Tweets: Economists ― fake fighters for freedom of research and teaching

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Failed/Fake Scientists.
For more about the separation of science and politics see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: The value of currency ― debunking Warren Mosler for good

 

For the full-spectrum refutation of MMT see cross-references MMT.
For more about the value of money see AXECquery.
For more about Warren Mosler see AXECquery.

October 3, 2021

Occasional Tweets: MMTers are easy to understand

 

For more about Progressives see AXECquery

October 2, 2021

Occasional Tweets: All you need to know about macroeconomics

 

Occasional Tweets: Could this nice young man be a useful idiot for the Oligarchy?

 

For more about disinfotainment see AXECquery

Occasional Tweets: The future of the monetary economy

 

Occasional Tweets: Deficit cheerleaders go into overdrive

 

October 1, 2021

Occasional Tweets: Something real to stand on

 

For details of the big picture see cross-references Axiomatization.

Occasional Tweets: The queen of the social sciences was never social or scientific ― just the opposite

 


For details of the big picture see cross-references Failed/Fake Scientists.
For more about disinfotainment see AXECquery.
For more about social science see AXECquery.

Occasional Tweets: Zero credibility of academic economics

 

Occasional Tweets: Hey folks, listen, here is Oligarchy speaking

 

 

For more about Mr. Biden and his policy see AXECorg

Occasional Tweets: Will the Oligarchy end profit self-alimentation in 2021?

 

September 30, 2021

Occasional Tweets: High time to finally bury von Mises

 

For more about von Mises see AXECquery