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Money is sorely lacking. And everyone, from the poorest homeless to the very top of the world elite. One is missing a couple of bucks, the other is missing a couple of hundred billion. The situation is very strange, because, as you know, “Gd does not give desire without the possibility of their fulfillment”. The bottom line is that there are many desires, but they are fulfilled poorly.
How did it happen? Why did the matrix crash? Why are there desires, but they are not realized? First of all, because there is not enough motivational energy, the materialization of which is money. The global financial system is working at 500% of its ability to create money, but it is still not enough. Continue reading
Today, money is issued under the volume of goods or other values that circulate in the economy. If you throw more money than there are goods, you get inflation. But man does not need goods, but the possibility of fulfilling desires. A product is simply a way to fulfill a desire. Each desire generates a certain amount of motivation or in other words energy.
Accordingly, there should be as much money in the economy as there are desires, not goods, then there will be equilibrium. Previously, this was impossible, because under all desires there was not enough goods. Now you can produce as many products as you like, production facilities and technologies allow you to do this. Continue reading
The product of a post-industrial economy is an idea. It is clear that new ideas were generated and implemented before, but with previous technologies it was a very time-consuming task that required a lot of money, and therefore few people worked on it. Basically, everyone just copied other people’s ideas. However, the emergence of new technologies has allowed to put the generation and implementation of new ideas on the stream.
At first, this level of the economy was very weak, but then it began to occupy more and more strong positions, until, finally, the importance of this sector reached a critical mass and it began to crush other sectors. Continue reading