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Can science help resolve the economic crisis?

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I don't know, will it? :pirate: Are you telling or asking? Your posts would be a lot more comprehensible if you made an effort to create actual sentences with, I don't know, actual sentence structure and proper punctuation. As it stands, your posts are incoherent.

What do you think caused the "instability"? If "instability" is the primary then there's nothing to be done--the "instability" fairy just makes jobs and cash vanish into thin air and you have to suck it up.

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megan do yo know what does the sign ? means.... ????? and jake :pirate: maybe you'r open minded...do you know what is marketing? to better satisfy the needs of the consumer, to create new producs...to anticipate future needs...and for that, science is determinand. For example, nobody ws thinkin` 50 years ago that sony can sell 3 inches cd's, or apple 16 gb iphone...anyway, you`r pathetic..

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megan do yo know what does the sign ? means....

Yes, she knows what a question mark is... that is why she was wondering why you put it at the end of a statement. Question marks go at the end of questions, not statements. IF you want people to understand you it would behoove you to learn the difference between questions and statements and write appropriately. There are other interesting things about writing the English language that make reading it and understanding it a little easier. It would be helpful for you to use complete sentences, proper punctuation, capitalization, etc., if you want your posts read with any serious consideration.

In summary, learn to write so that your contributions make sense. After you do that, you may get the type of response you desire.

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The main cause of the financial crisis is instability in the financial sector including the firms, institutions and markets which comprise it .It will be worse than the Great Depression ?

Hmmm...

Volitility goes both ways. Wealth can be gained by it, but it does come at a risk. Complete stability leads to almost no growth, no change. Great Depression? Well, how about huge taxes and a bunch of socialized programs that extended it?

Now, as for science...

Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result, that isn't science, is it?

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