Specifically, the "Efficient Market Hypothesis", in which it is proposed that the price for a good or service ALWAYS reflects ALL available information, implicitly assumes that market actors are acting rationally.
Actually, it's not a good or service that the EMH refers to, but rather the market price of publicly-traded equities, bonds and commodities in an environment in which there are relatively low transaction fees. You should read more here before posting about it, although since you got a rating of "5" maybe only cursory knowledge is required?
Consider 26-year-old Ari Brand, an actor living in Manhattan's East Village. Google has access to the fact he paid $733 for a flat-screen TV, because he uploaded his budget to Google Docs, an online word processor and spreadsheet. It has access to the 23,000 emails he has sent through Gmail.
At this point I need to put in a plug for the Start Page Search Engine, which does not store your IP address.
in fact pretty much all animals need to eat other lifeforms because we can't draw energy from the sun directly.
What about algae? What about plants?
Best solution to keeping your boss out of your personal stuff? Don't do personal stuff on company time.
Eric Schmidt, is that you? (The CEO of Google said, "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place.")
"Dump the condiments. If we are to be eaten, we don't need to taste good." -- "Visionaries" cartoon