Coins were introduced as a method of payment around the 6th or 5th century BCE. This method of exchange was immediately popular as it was far more efficient in comparison to bartering raw goods. It was portable, durable and had an inherent value. However, coinage also became an essential tool in political control. Governments were able to control the production, circulation, and use of coins. This, in turn, led to the creation of taxes to raise armies. Currency, therefore, developed two uses: facilitating exchange via acting as a measure of value, and a medium of state power.

State control over…


We train our fellow humans to inherit our planet and continue the glorious work that has come before them. We call this process school.

The idea is that through the process of systematic instruction and the regurgitation of textbooks, our students will be prepared to take on the world. However, as you may have noticed, the workplace calls for creativity and collaborative thinking. Interpersonal skills are in serious demand, however they appear to be lacking and it’s no surprise.

School systems were originally set up to meet the needs of industrialism. The rows of seats were set to mirror a…

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