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who manages to stay mentally healthy in an crazy environment – has achieved a lot

THE worst side effect of this (financial debt created economic competition) system is: it makes people hate people

think about this: ScenarioA – city

People ransack a store in Veracruz, Mexico, Thursday Jan. 5, 2017. Anger over gasoline price hikes is fueling more protests and looting. Officials say the unrest has resulted in the death of a policeman, the ransacking of hundreds of stores and arrests of hundreds of people. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez) source: https://www.theepochtimes.com/looting-protests-in-mexico-over-gas-price-hikes-turn-deadly_2207462.html

you live in a densely populated area that can not sustain itself without the flow of money.

Your subconsciousness is in constant danger “will the flow of money still work tomorrow?”

Every other human appears to you as a competitor about resources (and if those resources are finite and non-renewable, this of course is true, your subconsciousness is true to you!)

now think about ScenarioB – countryside

in the countryside where there is space (not more than 10x people per hectar = 10000m²= 107639.1ft²)

people might have less money, but they are less stressed, because the “fallbacksystem” (as long as living conditions on this planet are somewhat in balance/climatechange) are right in front of their door

they can always go back to (organic, labor intense) farming and won’t have kill other people for the last can of beans in the SuperMarket (the most possible extreme version of “competition”)

ScenarioC – even more space

The Outback of Australia is hot, yes, but there is plenty plenty plenty of land.

So think about this: You travel the Outback… and there is no house in 1000 miles.

By accident you meet another person.

Chances are pretty good this person is not a outlawed bandit, but just another human being that tries to survive on this planet.

You will be happy to meet and greet and cooperate and help each other.

Because your common enemy is not mankind – but the struggle for survival in nature in the universe against the elements.

You might even appreciate the presence of another human (as long as this human is trustworthy of course).

humans always have been social beings that lived in groups for cooperation

It happened with the invention of money and television that people became ego-centric (the psychological effects of “thinking about money” are studied, they cause egoism)

Everyone wants to have their own house with their own pool with their own television to sit in front of – material wise “rich” but social wise very very lonely “poor” and unhappy (!) (because this damn pool needs a lot of cleaning and there is only ads and shit in tv) X-D

So when you meet another human in the vast spaces of space – chances are pretty good – there will be appreciation.

There are examples where humans have a POSITIVE impact on the environment, just by “being there” and living a an renewable lifestyle.

example: Native Humans of the Amazonas rainforest

as primitive as those people seem to western high-tech cultures and weaponry… it is actually their technological inability to cut down large trees (deforestation) and their inability to produce plastic, that brings about (non-intentional side effect) a livestyle “in balance” with nature – perfect renewable cycles of almostl every material. (because they only use renewable material, except maybe gold)

You could say – it was their primitive lifestyle that saved them – because they were unable to destabilize their own system – which is good.

But of course – if a meteor strikes – they would not have the science to deflect that threat.

So the truth about the perfect balance is somewhere in the middle.

You can ask any native human – they don’t know stress or burnout or mental illness – it just does not exist.

https://terrasenses.blogspot.com/2013/04/
https://terrasenses.blogspot.com/2013/04/
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html

just as our ancestors: they had no plastic and used to dispose their biological wastes (from “shit in the forrest” to cooking waste) in the forrest… which “by accident” created very fertile soil called “terra preta

and @UN:

new  #UN headquarter:

sidenote: UN was founded after WW2 to keep the world in dialogue and try to negotiate rather shoot out decisions

Max Keiser calls it “financial feudalism

“a few players are taking the world private, by printing their own money”

Max does not tweet a lot, but constantly says he can be reached on twitter, so give it a try.

FED: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_Powell

since at least 2017

“the Swiss National Bank. As I said above, don’t forget there are still central banks deeply entrenched in QE and, beyond local government bonds, are buying foreign assets (in large amounts). Switzerland’s central bank has more freshly printed money to put to work every quarter, and has been increasing their allocation to equities dramatically–$80 billion of which is now (as of the end of the first quarter) in U.S. stocks! That’s a 29% bigger stake than they had at the end of 2016. The SNB is the world’s eighth biggest public investor.” (https://www.forbes.com/sites/bryanrich/2017/05/16/this-central-bank-owns-80-billion-worth-of-u-s-stocks/)

Technology & Culture:

Sorry to shatter some expectations, BitCoin will not make mankind “better” just as the iPhone not “automatically” made mankind “better”.

Technology can always be used for good or evil – the question is – will mankind be able to come up with a method of coming to intelligent informed decision as “a crowd of 10 billion”. (democracy tried to be such a method but now fails massively btw nowadays democracy has almost nothing to do with ancient Greek style democracy where only:

  • “citizens” (men with swords) were allowed to vote
  • it was voted on very direct concrete things like “should we go to war with Troja or not?” (black stone in the basket = no, white stone in the basket = yes, not almost obscure complex laws that nobody not even the politicians that vote on it understand)
  • Socrates said: only those that think deeply and rationally about things should be let near a vote

The BlockChain can be used for evil: NSA will create a “permanent” = unalterable record of every “fart” anyone ever did (total 1984 mass surveillance dictatorship) – “building perfect records of people’s lifes”

everything depends on a balance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nORI8r3JIyw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nORI8r3JIyw

The BlockChain can be used for good: help mankind survive by adding biodiversity to financial monetary systems by providing an alternative to debt created FIAT.

The amount of Bitcoins are limited by math – but what does math stop from diving bitcoins into smaller and smaller bits? (Just the amount of 0.00000000001 post-dot-digits one’s computer can process (it is actually not so easy for some programming languages X-D to process very large or very small numbers))

Same as an iPhone / Android phone SHOULD have a flashlight that might help people not fall in holes at night, when the “main flashlight” (the MAIN FIAT CURRENCY) fails.

So YES bitcoin can help mankind survive – which we hope all agree on – is a good thing.

but things need to be taken further: as technology improve – culture should improve too

the character of mankind re-cultivating from greed lying cheating egoism to altruism less aggressive more cooperative more sustainable more sharing more fair way of survival IS HARD BUT POSSIBLE 🙂

the "traditional" US business model
the “traditional” US business model – highly fragile and unsustainable – let’s change!