I decided on doing this new book, which is a short book, not at all long. I decided on doing this book because of so many people, virtually all people never seem to be able to logically couple a freedom with more than 1 dimension. This is a huge logical flaw of most every person and that failure to couple freedom with 2nd dimension or 3rd dimensions results in bad future consequences.
I decided to do this book because of a post last night about Sam Wormley in sci.physics that pollutes sci.physics with his volumes and volumes of one liner posts. Sure, he has the right of freedom of speech, but he is violating Fair Speech, in that his volumes of posts bumps off other posters who do only a few posts per day, bumps their posts off to the back pages so that a new reader would never find the post of others. I call him a poster-hog.
But Freedom and Fair Speech is also seen in the trade of economics theory, and I want to point out how awfully wrong and mistaken was Milton Friedman with his free this and free that without ever thinking that freedoms should have dimensions that include fairness along with freedom.
How Milton Friedman totally ignored the environment in his quest of freedom and totally ignored human population growth in his economic views.
In much the same manner, we can see how wrong was Milton Friedman in economics as how wrong is Sam Wormley on Usenet who ignores Fairness of Speech.
I want to bring into conversation, politics to make examples of how we often ignore dimensions to freedoms.
Google's New-Newsgroups censors AP posts and halted a proper archiving of author, but Drexel's Math Forum does not and my posts?in archive form is seen here: