October 19, 2012

Why do we keep the economic system?

   This article by Rob Urie really needs to be addressed.  There are many ways of developing community based economics, but we currently have access to none of them.. Read this, and join me in calling for real answers to real questions before we allow any politicians or economists or lawyers to spend any more public money.  The money itself is not real - the Fed prints it without gold or other material backingWe might as well trade leaves, or rocks.
      The time has come to draw a line in the sand.  Gaian metabolism is not going to work if we blast off a mountaintop here or allow some spent nuclear fuel to react to plutonium over there.  The floating plastic island in the Pacific Ocean and the dead zones off all our major rivers should be a sign, you would think.  Heck - they didn't even clean up BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico - seems way more important to kill innocents with drones.
      So - as a PhD scientist, i am working on a new economic system.  I have a game of community that i intend to play this year using agriculture - Existence provides the game lattice based on work from 2007-2011 in Ashland Oregon.  Nothing we can do now will save the current system because, quite frankly, there is nothing worth saving.  We can build a media that talks direct from learner to learner and i was wondering - maybe there is a weigh here where i can publicize your plight in education circles using the same tools that i am developing for my friend the physicist, Dr. Richard Alan Miller.  http://richardalanmiller.com (check out his Project Camelot interview with Kerry Cassidy from 10/3 on American Freedom radio).
      Open invite to every reader.  I would like to have 16 people to act as base when i introduce the system on Dec 22, 2012 - the day after the world ends.  I do not know where it will lead, but i plan to question all knowledge in every scientific field, in order to separate wheat from chaff.  This perspective may seem radical to some - give me a better alternative.

Namaste'     doc

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