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Too much to handle for orthodoxy, and even denied publication by Reddit! Power/You proudly presents The Cambridge Conspiracy. Although some may consider subsequent results unexpected and unrealistic, facts seem to be stranger than fiction as usual.

A fraction of the population in advanced economies is engaged in production –  What do people in wealthy countries do all day?

Censored by the illustrious Swedish academic forum Högskoleläckan! Power/You proudly presents The Bullshit Conspiracy. This paper deals with the theory of fictitious employment, all the way from basic definitions and explanations, to political implications. The famous work on Bullshit Jobs, by the world-renowned activist David Graeber, is shown to be a bullshit theory. Surprisingly enough, it is aligned with the Alt-right on key issues. It is vintage smash-and-grab of work from leftists. A theory of society is outlined from a game-theoretical perspective, and an alternative approach of no-bullshit jobs is developed.

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There are two sets of seemingly irreconcilable results indicating a fundamental problem in the social sciences and humanities. Previous research over the past decades shows that journalism is homogenous or obedient in favour of those in power1. In contrast, results in experimental psychology suggest that polarization should be prevalent in settings corresponding to those confronted by journalists. This paper proposes a parsimonious solution.

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