Strength in Differences: the Value of Entropy to Empower

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It was Christmas day in the year 800. Charlemagne was crowned first Roman emperor by Pope Leo III in the ancient basilica of San Pietro in the Vatican. Charlemagne had been King of the Franks for 32 years—he would be emperor for another 14. A total of 46 years as the head of the western world, a world he unified for the first time after the disintegration of the vast Roman Empire. He moved the center of his empire to the north and west. Someone called him Rex Pater Europae. Power is an interesting concept. Because when you hear about…

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