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Science Versus QED

Wikipedia defines science as “a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.” Wikipedia defines QED as “an initialism of the Latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum, literally meaning “what was to be shown”.  Traditionally, the abbreviation is placed at the end of a mathematical proof or […]

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Michigan Auto Insurance Reform

We generally like to put out information that is helpful to all of our clients.  In this case, Michigan auto insurance reform only applies to our Michigan clients.  As a result, we are emailing this information to those clients that will be directly affected (i.e. current Michigan residents).  However, we have also opted to include […]

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Peer Review

With the world’s attention focused on Covid-19 and potential therapies and vaccines, it might be a good time to reflect on the quality of discourse relating to how the issues created by the pandemic might be resolved.  It is difficult for investors, the media, and others to evaluate “scientific” commentary for accuracy in the absence […]

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Federalism and Covid-19

Wikipedia defines Federalism in the U.S. as “the constitutional division of power between the U.S. state governments and the federal government.”  Federalism is complicated in practice and has been an area of contention since the beginnings of the U.S.  Over time, power has shifted away from the states and toward the national government. While still […]

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“The Way We Were”

This is the title of a successful 1973 film starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford.  The movie focused on how a mutual attraction in college changed during and after WW2, giving rise to the fundamental premise that the two were no longer the way they were. Today we are in the middle of a serious […]

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Who’s Been Sleeping In My Bed?

This question is derived from the British 19th century fairy tale, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” and is now very relevant to the concerns of potential travelers.  Most leisure travel usually involves one or more nights away from home.  As long as consumers are concerned about who will have previously occupied the room they are […]

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