A brief history of money

The following is an extract from the unpublished book: Peoplons, Charmons and the Strange One: the uncertain science of economics by C. S. Adams, Illustrated by Cohenbaum. Tokens of exchange: In the economist’s book of myths and legends, money was invented to solve the “double coincidence-of-wants” problem in a pair-wise economic exchange. Paul the baker wants a… Read more

Fire – how did it come to this?

The devastating fire in North Kensington must have had us all thinking of 9/11. And yet this was a preventable, (in all likelihood) accidental fire in what is supposed to be the fifth richest nation on earth. Personally I feel deeply ashamed that such an appalling inferno, in which at least 17 people perished, can… Read more