posted on Aug, 28 2013 @ 04:48 AM
reply to post by grey580
Very interesting! Thanks for posting!
I never realised that such a large civilisation existed that had no currency (there are examples of smaller communities achieving this), and I feel it
is the only way forward for our current society.
We need to remove the erroneous concept of "promissory notes", and replace the system (including the removal of concepts such as interest and
inflation) with a value based system that is related back to person power (man-hour or person power can be either physical or mental).
We should have an "Intellectual Property" based economical standard that is related to the current aggregated productivity of any given subset of
society. (for instance, and there are many different classifications; the effort it takes to mine, process, market and trade a gram of gold in terms
Just an idea, but the only viable way forward I can see without a major reset... and even though there is a push in that direction (look at
cryptocurrencies), the transition will be bumpy unless a seamless system can be put in place that allows TPTB to retain their power through the
If only disease and conquest didn't wipe them out, they may have had the answer everyone had been looking for... but only held inherently in their
everyday interactions... in other words, once the critical mass of their society was gone, so went with it the very concept of what made their society
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