Topic started on 19-9-2008 @ 05:20 PM by gl2
Aliens think our kind of "economy" is ridiculous. It will surely fail. The US economy is like a house with a broken, slanting foundation. Rather
than re-design and re-do it, Bush is simply pouring concrete into the rubble. Worse yet, he's trying to bulldoze the surrounding ground to match the
slanting foundation (he's been doing that for years).
Instead, think as aliens do (you don't have to wait). First and foremost, the prime determining number is the sustainable resource of your
planet--it's the whole number 1 and all of your economy is based on fractions of that whole. If you want to allow people to have currency, hence
privacy to buy without an electronic Big Brother, then issue global or regional currency that's based on fractions or decimals of that sustainable
whole quantity. That way, you won't ruin your ecology or deplete your resources and have to seek them from other planets.
Obviously, the best way to live well is to reduce population--not through war or disease, but as the UN suggests. If each family has but two children,
then by 2100 the population of Earth will be 2.3 billion, all of whom can live at the European-US/Canada-Japan standard.
So, how do you do the numbers to arrange that kind of economy? Obviously, you have quotas on a global scale. We can't thrash about like small-brained
dinosaurs thinking that greed will control the human ecology. Aliens suggest that no such planet will survive--decently. To live like that is to ask
to be taken over by an alien alignment that either wants to use your people as biological resources (our desperation makes it easy for them) or an
alignment of aliens that must intervene to prevent us from becoming a resource/weapons threat to our neighbors.
To think that greed and the Darwinian "logic" of animals is the best policy is grotesquely immature and unscientific. It causes conflict, excess,
and secrecy among the most criminal elites--as we see in the case of AIG (owned by intel/narco-related goon Hank Greenberg), Morgan Stanley, Lehman,
Goldman-Sachs and all such gangsters. They KNEW their scheme would fail, but know that "when banks fail the money doesn't disappear; it ends up in
fewer hands" (quote from another thread).
Of course, a more alien-like economy isn't so materialistic, nor does it feature frenzied hoarding. Here in the US, when people read about rice
shortages in poor countries, some ran out to buy big bags of rice before someone else could. That kind of behavior is everyone-for-him/herself. It's
an animal scramble because there's no global safety net.
Aliens must either plan on a centralized, or a tightly coordinated global scale. No overfishing. No plowing down of rainforest. Reduced population.
Global laws, not elite economic shadow chambers.
I'll repeat that. You, and especially your children, can't live well, your planet can't survive if you don't live according to your needs, not
your wants and TV-inspired desires. Take a look at any US magazine shelf: see what's wrong with the US economy? It's starkly obvious right there on
the stands---for every intelligent magazine cover there are 30 covers of young women posed to make men think they're edible, to make women feel
insecure and ugly. In other words, it's do as you're told and you may catch the crumbs that fall from the king's table.
But an alien "economy" isn't simply fractional exchange (or allotment) values. An alien "economy" has hyper-space numerical values written into
all of the calculations. And what are those? They're simply negative numbers that have two characteristics at the same time: they're always mirrored
by positive decimals (fractions of that sustainable whole) and they're mirrored by the large whole number value (the energy universe) within which
they're merely a fraction.
Some will say, wait a minute---aliens look at the star map and try to scheme ways to grab other planets before competitors do, don't they? Some try
to do that, but there are more advanced populations and competitors who can tell them that they aren't allowed to take certain planets. There are
aliens who will boot them out, turn off the energy systems in their craft if they try to horn in where they aren't wanted. There is almost always a
more advanced monitor. So, it isn't take whatever you want--even if it may seem that way because advanced aliens don't do command performances for
low-order upstarts who venture into places where they aren't wanted. Accidents happen... entire crews disappear sometimes.
Rather than cling to a failed economic "order" that's not really order but is a loosely-packed anthill awaiting bad weather, we need to get real,
here and now. Take a look around--do you see evidence of aliens, more advanced neighbors? They go out of their way to make themselves obvious, and
their lesson isn't merely technology. It's about ecology, moderation and shared non-violence. They talk about ecology and more advanced
genetic/social strategies. Brain has already won out over brawn. We see more efficient bodies, larger brains, and hyper-space technology.
On an alien planet when a child asks an adult "Why do we have to limit ourselves to the sustainable whole?" the reply is like one of our life
lessons about why we have police or "government."
Alien children learn early and are told about now-dead planets that failed to conserve the whole. Alien adults tell them about alien neighbors, maybe
a failed past empire (like Rome or the USA, believe it or not).
A man like Bush assumes that the role of government is to tell convenient lies to hide the fact that the world is run by super-rich elites. So when
you see that smug, child-like grin on his face during the worst of times, remember: it's like a cheating husband's habitual lies. The man will never
mature as others have. Such people can't possibly come up with economic solutions.
So, in the US, you have a choice: either recognize that men like Venezuelan president Chavez are telling the basic truth (we need to share more
equally) even though it's discomforting to people who have 3-car garages, or ignore men like Chavez and call them a threat to your relatively small
island of abundance. An alien would say that when a predatory, weapons-propagating empire like the current USA (not its original basis) threatens the
global ecology, you need to help other nations form alternative networks of law and distribution, then drive the logic home in the USA when other
nations succeed using better models.
Or you can organize within, however daunting that may seem at the moment. But remember: the US economy is failing because it isn't up to basic,
universal standard. So a crisis like the current one is a chance to begin on basic global reforms. Don't fall for Bush's ridiculous band-aids, at
the moment. It takes a stronger man/woman than Bush to even begin on the change we need.
And what are those hyper-space values written into alien "economies," which they see more as resource ecologies, given that aliens don't reportedly
use paper money, as we do? First off, it all fits into a new kind of mathematical model that's part of a shared, computerized accounting system. The
truth is, we already have an economy based on electronic values, rather than hard material resources. But in our case, we don't admit it. Instead, we
pretend that greed is the route to a better world. And where did that get us? A war-hungry, predatory junta that thinks the engine of the world
economy is Walmart consumption here in the US, a failing empire that fights wars to steal control of foreign oil and prop up the falling dollar.
Apparently, alien economies are based on extra-dimensional values that seem complex but are really very simple. They don't allow individual greed to
distort the entire planet, like we do. No Rockefellers, no queen, no Rothschild money mafia. Instead, they both rate and clock their consumption
according to the single, determining quantity of available, sustainable (realistic, survivable) resource. If they exceed their limit, they know
they'll suffer, so the nightly news will actually talk about that, rather than wait or ignore it (like Bush and global warming).
Aliens use extra-dimensional values because they correlate to the energy in hyper-space. Here's how that looks in real life: There's a limited
amount of energy that aliens can pull out of the vacuum of empty space, and if they exceed that they can cause earthquakes, solar flares that can
damage their atmosphere and their electronics. So, they either conserve energy or they must shield their entire planet with a scalar energy field that
shortens the life of their sun. It's a double bind. They don't burn fossil fuels because fossil fuels are used up in a mere flash of their
historical time. Instead, their energy is either simple conventional wind, hydroelectric (wireless distribution), or solar---plus some scalar.
So a competent alien economy is based on energy. You mostly get energy credits, not money. Aliens see the logic in that: equality and
sustainability--all of it is rated to the planet's resources. Aliens use innovative math that always computes more than one numerical value or
equation at a given time. Rather than use our simple, linear math, they use a non-linear math that has converging, or co-existing multiple FRACTIONAL
values. So whenever they use a whole number, it must be counter-balanced by the larger, determining fractions or decimals that rate it to larger
cosmic quantities. They don't just dream up whatever cosmic quantity they choose. Cosmic values are pre-determined and explicit in the all the quanta
and the energy fluctuations everywhere all around them.
So an alien economy has negative numbers and decimals fluctuating with every use of energy. Negative numbers and decimals must correlate to a negative
cycle in the gravity and the scalar energy around them. A "negative cycle" is negative because it pulls and cycles inwardly like atomic gravity and
the strong force, while normal energy curves and bends outward. Aliens have to rate their resource use directly to a negative cycle because their
scalar energy is directly dependant on it.
Better yet, alien economies (resource use) must use new, alternative values to work correctly. Their math must put extra-dimensional values in very
equation. Instead of a whole number sitting alone, you may see a floating value--like an exponent that we use but the aliens will use an extra
exponent sitting to the left of the number, for example, to represent the scalar, negative cycle relationship of that number to the larger energy
ecology. It's a very real, binding kind of equation. In fact, that new negative-cycle value doesn't sit still but is smeared out into space-time and
is ALWAYS in more than one place at a given time. So it's extra-dimensional. It's spread out on a greater scale.
No doubt aliens have various ways of writing that, but they must always pose new, alternative values that co-exist and fluctuate deeply all around in
the quantum vacuum. More advanced aliens will model multiple categories of advanced alternative values---multiple shells of values that can pose
counter-check conservations on raw energy use.
So you can see how extra-dimensional values and computer systems are necessary parts of alien "economies." Their technology, their energy
distribution, and the amount of time they can live on a planet all depend directly on a safe, conservative use of such energy.
So alien economics are more equal (within an alien society, not necessarily between all aliens societies just yet) and more scientifically
responsible. Now that we have downed alien technology and Manhattan Project-like programs in various countries to learn how to understand the new
scalar technologies (also called zero point, or electrogravity/magnetogravity, etc.), we absolutely must bump our economics up to a more alien-like
That means a global system, not an NWO or NATO military fiction. A truly global system that cares about how people actually live and feel in India, in
Haiti and in all of Africa, for example. And how do we achieve that here? By simply being honest.
Disclosure is the first step.
But some say, wait a minute---the powers that be won't allow that. Meanwhile, the powers that be are failing, a disaster. They're going down like
dominoes at present. When Morgan Stanley, Merril Lynch, Citibank and Goldman Sachs etc. are dead in the water and begging for government bail-outs,
the powers that be aren't so powerful. When the king is begging the villagers for food, the villagers don't have to obey him anymore.
Rather than pour concrete into that crumbling foundation, rather than resort to the ultimate lie (a socialist system designed to help only the
super-rich), rather than to freeze your debt to THEM in place but really do nothing to correct their stupid ruin of an economy, we need to open up and
take a look on a larger scale.
An ant lives in two dimensions: the flat, limited surface upon which it crawls. Don't let a failing empire of narco-dealing, child sex slave trading
mafioso limit you to an ant's life on the flat surface of Earth. Look up and out beyond. Live in those extra dimensions where aliens who visit here
regularly already live. Don't ignore alien science and their better kinds of resource use.
The change begin when you step out into that greater universe. Don’t let goofball royalists tell you that disclosure would upset the human economy.
It’s already a disaster. We need a major upheaval but we need people to look up and see the more intelligent universe all around us in order to do
better, this time. Alien science and mathematics will help us, rather than blow away our tiny anthill.