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MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ AND GLOBAL WARMING
Thursday, November 13, 2008
MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ AND GLOBAL WARMING
A politician who shall remain un-named, writes:
A former global warming denier should not be in charge of the fight against climate change.
Global climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge of our generation. What we do (or don't do) affects not only our nation but the world.
You might think that, with a new president poised to take office, we're in a great position to take serious action to address climate change. Unfortunately, a grizzled legislator named John Dingell, known as the "Congressman from General Motors," is standing in our way.
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Obviously, the author is about to tell on his foes within government — that we are leaving foxes/rats in charge of the hen house.
Of course, because we can only know a tree by its fruit, it matters little that we may swap foxes for rats or vice versa. So my reply means to test this by raising what we do and do not know yet that we may or may not have to solve (which is to determine explicitly what we have to solve); the costs of doing whatever we must; and whatever then, altogether, is vital to accomplishing whatever we must.
This of course is standard procedure for engineering/accomplishing solution of any issue; and these of course are the real issues of accomplishing the author's common initiative. But thus these few vital aspects determine whether the author himself is a fox or rat, because they pose the very test whether the author will take on even one readily solved and even artificial obstruction to his own initiative. After all, his mere one of many problems is an issue we can and would readily solve, if government itself were not our principal obstruction.
In other words, the ostensible representative cannot have and eat his cake too: if he indeed intends to succeed in his initiative, he cannot be parcel to the very thing which obstructs us from succeeding in all such initiatives.
This was my reply to his appeal:
Your points are well taken; and while I'm not certain exactly what the gravity of the global warming crisis is, I am well aware it is taking place; in fact friends and I were warning of signs of it before others were.
My proposition to you however is this:
Whether or not we can trace warming to specific emissions/gasses of whatever quantities and sorts, we need to throw credible science at this right away — not biases from one side or the other of credible arguments, but concrete, certain science. From that of course, we have to draw credible, immediate plans. At the end of an expedited such process, we should have a concrete perspective of where man-caused warming falls within a whole, potentially even larger scheme of global pollution.
What I'm getting at is this:
We have technology and capacities to treat many of our problems already. But for one reason or another, we are not willing or we are not able to implement that technology.
Furthermore, we have some unexercised capacity to develop and deploy further technology; and likewise, we are either not willing or we are not able to implement that technology.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist then, to ascertain how we have to go about this.
Why might we not be able to implement present and further technology?
Whatever our actual, natural limits, the only reason we "cannot" achieve what we are even prepared to do, is we can't afford to.
Now, why are a people who even presently demonstrate they are capable of achieving something in all other necessary respects, simply obstructed from doing so by such exceedingly unnatural events as paying lifetime after lifetime for homes the same people produced by but a few months of work?
There is one and one reason only of course; and that is the purposed irregularities which have been imposed upon them for the purpose of their exploitation.
Even more critical however, is the fact that system of exploitation accomplishes its purposes by irreversible multiplication of debt *in proportion* to the potential for us to service debt: merely to maintain a vital circulation, we are compelled to perpetually re-borrow principal and interest as subsequent sums of debt, with the sum of debt thus inherently increasing at escalating rates of ever greater sums of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt.
In other words, Mr. [politician's name], tomorrow, for a wholly artificial process of exploitation, we will be less "able" to afford the things we must do than we are today.
So, Mr. [politician's name], I tell you that if you are not ready to advocate mathematically perfected economy™, the fact of what we cannot afford to do already demonstrates you are neglecting a key piece.
Promote mathematically perfected economy™ on the other hand, and we *will* succeed in everything we can and should succeed in, because only mathematically perfected economy™ can and will sustain our capabilities.
After all, we are faced with the artificial specter of world-wide monetary failure, while we *will* remain as capable and willing to render production from available resources as we were the day before the curtain fell — and you're the very people dropping the curtain.
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While 12,000 homes a day continue to go into foreclosure, mathematically perfected economy™ would re-finance a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month. Without costing us anything, we would immediately become as much as 12 times as liquid on present revenue. Transitioning to MPE™ would apply all payments already made against existent debt toward principal. Many of us would be debt free. There would be no housing crisis, no credit crisis. Unlimited funding would immediately be available to sustain all the industry we are capable of.
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