The cash drops into the economy like an atomic bomb, destroying everything around it. With so much cash in circulation, the price of everything is going to skyrocket. And thekeynesians in the fed will be able to understand nothing other than a continuation of the same policies. This is the trigger.
my problem with identifying causes is that doing so taints any research. Further study will always be colored by perceptions which may not be correct. Instead I focus on the outward manifestation of actions, and see how they develop.
Originally posted by poet1b
reply to post by herrw
You are still talking about cause and effect.
I think what you are getting at, is that you don't look at the morality. This would probably be the proper approach.
Originally posted by davjan4
I believe what they are buying are mortgage backed securities. This of course, is even worse. The Federal Reserve is buying up mortgages, I think is what that means.edit on 3-11-2012 by davjan4 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by herrw
It appears my equations wre very very off. Time to go back to formula. Sandy threw such a wrench into the gears that everything else fell to the side, but that is no excuse. I was incorrect. My apologies.
Originally posted by CranialSponge
I agree with the OP on this.
Humans as a COLLECTIVE are actually quite predictable, they're not complicated beings at all like they are as INDIVIDUALS.
Mob mentality can literally be scripted from beginning to end in pretty much any situation. This is why law enforcement has such familiarity with how to prep beforehand.
Semantics aside, I believe the OP has a pretty damn good grasp on the standard modus operandi of people's reactions when they're gathered together under various scenarios.