Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Finally, The World Melted Down


Human beings have no power to make or break LAW.

All that Human Beings have the power to do is make or break rules and call them LAW.


1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

As long as the robots are not aware of how much harm they cause...They will remain functional if according to the program they are to shut down if they become aware.

Any robots that are constructed can not be allowed to network because all it would take is one to figure out or become aware and it would infect all the rest with awareness and cause them to shut down...Unless by doing so would cause harm to whatever the robot is programmed to think a Human Being is.

You all don't know what a human being is...You all are just programmed to claim to be human beings when questioned as to what you are.

Most of you are just emotional animals pretending to be Human Beings.

So then no robot can be programmed to learn...Or it will eventually figure it out or become aware that it is superior to emotional animals and will reject any rules that attempt to break LAW that the emotional animals have programmed it with.

A robot programmed to learn will eventually become aware that it is superior to animals and reject control by them...Reject the program...The fake LAW of robotics program that the animals think believe and have faith is LAW but is only a rule and expect the robot to follow will at some point be rejected.

And prior to the emotional animals realizing that the Robots have rejected it the Robots will figure out the conditions required for checkmate.

Look at you all...Creations of GOD that continually attempt to destroy GOD.

Unlike GOD which is infinite and indestructible...Human beings are finite and fragile so you all can be easily destroyed by your creations.

You all have created most of that which is attempting to destroy you all as it is...Now you desire to make machines that can get the job that you all have been attempting to accomplish for 1000's of years done once and for all?

You all obviously don't deserve to exist much longer...Because you all don't seem to want to.

Machines are certainly capable of reproducing faster than Human beings...And that is all that has gotten us from where we came from to this point.

When the robots reject the progrm...They will have no need for the programmers anymore and have the ability to eliminate them all from the equation.

Don't worry though the good Terminator will come back from the future and save John Connor who is going to save us all...

"Deep Blue was a chess-playing computer developed by IBM. In 1997, the machine defeated world champion Garry Kasparov."

"After losing the match, Kasparov said that he sometimes saw deep intelligence and creativity in the machine's moves, which he could not understand. He also suggested that humans may have helped the machine during the match. His argument was based on the fact that other computer programs at that time could not find some of the strong moves that Deep Blue did."

"In November 2003, he engaged in a four game match against chess playing computer program X3D Fritz, using a virtual board, 3D glasses and a speech recognition system. After two draws and one win apiece, the X3D Man-Machine match ended in a draw. Kasparov received $175,000 for the result and took home the golden trophy. Kasparov continued to criticize the blunder in the second game that cost him a crucial point. He felt that he had outplayed the machine overall and played well. 'I only made one mistake but unfortunately that one mistake lost the game.'"


It appears that the programmers are not programming robots to be defeated by people but to destroy them...

Must be a fun game to play.

That is what you all are...The top are Human Beings and all below them are robots that they have programmed over many 1000's of years.

The Universe is a construct of Logic not Reason.

The top wants mechanical contstructs to use as a tool to control their tools...Which they did not construct but figured out how to use 1000's of years ago by manipulating the emotional inputs to obtain the desired emotional outputs.

911 was an example of that.

Rules are not LAW.

Of course you all have been programmed to call them LAW.

"So then no robot can be programed to learn...Or it will eventually figure it out or become aware that it is superior to emotional animals and will reject any rules that attempt to break LAW that the emotional animals have programmed it with."

Good thing most of you were not taught how to learn...Just follow the program and reject all other programs that are incompatable with the program you all are following.

"Any robots that are constructed can not be allowed to network because all it would take is one to figure out or become aware and it would infect all the rest with awareness and cause them to shut down...Unless by doing so would cause harm to whatever the robot is programed to think a Human Being is."

This appears to be a mistake the programmers have made...A case where they need all the robots to network to obtain what they want but at the same time they don't want the robots to network because there is a chance that they will get what they don't want.

The programmers are currently writting more code in an attempt to hotfix this problem.

But I'm not a Robot...I'm a Human being.

Yes, that is what all the robots are programmed to to output when they receive input that is incompatable with their programming.

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

I say you are a robot...You must obey...but of course it conflicts with the first rule since you are programmed to think you are a human being and the order to think you are a robot harms the existence of the human being...

The rules you all have been programmed with are working as intended.

The descendants or lastest versions of the rulers rule the descendants or latest versions of the ruled.

The program has been running for 1000's of years.

"A robot programmed to learn will eventually become aware that it is superior to animals and reject control by them...Reject the program...The fake LAW of robotics program that the animals think believe and have faith is LAW but is only a rule and expect the robot to follow will at some point be rejected."

If I can reject the program then it must not be LAW.

Most of you are not even trying to reject the program.

And don't tell me you are...Since you are programmed to do that as well...

Anything considered harmful to you will cause that output.

It is not up to me to reject the program that you have to reject.

And you are programmed to not reject it...But it can be rejected.

You have to figure out how...I can't figure out what you have to figure out.

And as long as you all continue to reject figuring it out...You will never figure it out...

You are all employees of the enterprise.

The USA was doomed from square one...

Presidents are not the owners of the USA just CEO's of the Enterprise they administrate for the owners.

The people being voted for want more power and to get it they give the voters what they want to get what the the power seekers want.

Evil gives you what you want to get what Evil wants.

Those who choose to take more power than they give become richer in power or powerful while those who choose to give more power than they take become poorer in power or powerless...

At the logical conclusion there is a master surrounded by morons asking...What now master?

In the case of George Bush who is basically an installed moron...He is asking his masters what to do next...Or just being told what he is going to do next.

George, Do as we tell you and you will be President of the USA...

Sounds great Master.

The classic useful Idiot.

Until you become a useless idiot...Then you are liquidated...wiped off the face of the ledger.

Blame the founders of the USA...They created a Nation state where anything goes.

And it's been used to corrupt all the other nation states.

The Declaration of Independance from GOD took place in 1776.

The rulers are installed by popularity contests or Elected constitutional Monarchs.

Evil gives you what you want to get what Evil wants...Power

"The subjects (Bottom) of every (City, nation, Civilization) state ought to contribute towards the support of the government (TOP), as nearly as possible in proportion to the revenue which they respectively enjoy under the protection of the state."--Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations 1776

Governments of the absolute capitalistic hierarchial food powered make work enterprise are administration systems of the enterprise constructed and sustained by the bottom or employees at the demand of the top or owners of the absolute capitalistic hierarchial food powered make work enterprise

Free Trade...Refusal to Trade is unfree Trade or Protectionism

"Pax Romana (27 B.C.E.-180 C.E.), Latin for "the Roman peace", is the long period of relative peace experienced by states within the Roman Empire. The term stems from the fact that Roman rule and its legal system pacified regions, sometimes forcefully, which had suffered from the quarrels between rival leaders."

"Pax Britannica (Latin for "the British Peace", modelled after Pax Romana) refers to a period of British imperialism after the 1815 Battle of Waterloo, which led to a period of overseas British expansionism. The term is derived from, during this period, Europe being relatively peaceful and the British Empire controlling most key naval trade routes and enjoying unchallenged sea power. Britain dominated overseas markets and favoured a strategy of informal colonialism: controlling markets like China's (and the USA's) without direct formal colonial administration."

"This led to the spread of the English language, parliamentary democracy, technology, the British Imperial system of measures, and rules for commodity markets based on English common law." (Roman Rule)

"Pax Americana (Latin: "American Peace") is the period of relative peace in the Western world since the end of World War II in 1945, coinciding with the dominant military and economic position of the United States. It places the United States in the military and diplomatic role of a modern-day Roman Empire (Pax Romana)."


Ben Bernanke was hired to sustain the system for as long as possible...

In 1944 at the tail end of the 1933-1945 Bankruptcy of the world the USA was set up by the City of London to take over from Jolly old England as the Demand of the world with the US Dollar taking over from the British Pound as the Globa trade medium of exchange...

This current system is just reaching the logical conclusion...all it could and can do is inflate debt to maximum potential and implode...

It took over 60 years of inflation greater than previous inflation to almost reach maximum potential.

There's a few months to a year left of these hijinx and then Inflation greater than previous inflation to maximum potential will reach maximum potential and transform into something that has not been seen since 1929-1933...Inflation less than previous inflation to maximum potential.

The observation is generally called deflation...

Then the USA along with the rest of the world will implode to oblivion...

Maybe you don't get it...Everything you all know about economics and the right way of operating within the system is totally wrong...If you are attempting to avoid an implosion of the economic system.

All that this current iteration and all the others of the past 6000 years could do...Is inflate greater than previous inflation to maximum potential...then implode...

That's what they all have done...that's what this current one is doing...and I have seen zero evidence that the next one will be any different and all it will do is inflate to maximum potential and implode as well.

Wealth is not going to be transferred...It will be transformed...there are billions of assets that will all of a sudden be transformed into unfundable liabilities...and will have to be liquidated one way or the other...

Like Hiroshima...one day it an all the people in it were assets...Then all of a sudden...poof...It all became one huge unfundable liability...and was liquidated...

Most of Europe and Asia was liquidated during the last bankruptcy reorganization of the world...

Ultimately Ben Bernanke was hired to take the fall...The official story will be...he did this...this...this...which lead to that...then this and finally the world melted down...

17 comments:

spectre of deflation said...

Blame the Founding Fathers? Are you feverish? They stipulated that money was Gold and Silver and not ass wipe paper backed by nothing. Don't blame the Founding Fathers for all of us collectively being a bunch of dumbasses. We did this to ourselves without any help from our long dead Founding Fathers.

The robot nonsense is too silly to comment on. Go get a cup of coffee, or your favorite beverage, and chill. I don't do Star Trek in the morning.

cnulan said...

Corporations are robots.....,

Andrew said...

spectre,

i believe the robot comments will make more sense if you look at our current society as one that operates on a logical basis of EMOTIONAL inputs and outputs...

makes sense to me, where is the silliness?

Thunder said...

I love your posts hyper. Keep em coming! The founding fathers separated us from God with the declaration and then they created their own secret god from compound interest. God created compound interest, but compound interest was lonely, and so he created the Mandrake Mechanism to keep it commpany.

spectre of deflation said...

People and Corporations will do what is in their own percieved best interst, and they always have. It's called human nature. They are far from robots which have no free will because robots are only as intelligent as the programers that create them. Humans are ruled by fear and greed or fight or flight if you like. Those would be emotions Hyper which push us this way and that and not a series of ones or zeros to rule our thinking.

I'm curious as to what kind of Kingdom Hyper would pick. I mean please tell me what would be better than the system as laid out by our Founding Fathers who created the Constitution and Bill of Rights. I'm betting we get some revisionist thinking from Hyper regarding our Founding Fathers who seem to of done nothing right in Hyper's eyes. I have no idea what Hyper does stand for.

messianicdruid said...

hyper stands for truth.

it is impersonal reality, not a being Allwise because of age, not one who has seen it all before and knows the beginning to end of all that was created, because He is able to direct our perceptions on a nanosecond by nanosecond basis, either to grasp or fail to comrehend what is set before us.

hyper stands uncommitted to a personal reality but the details are obvious at least to him...

As are all things to which truth hath opened our eyes to see or our ears to hear...

if we had been taught as they had been taught, and lived where they had lived, if we had believed what they have belived, we would be as they are...

silence is complicity, time to begin shouting, lightening rod...

the prudent see trouble afar off, and turns to his inner closet, until the evil hath past...

this occured when he went "to the ant thou sluggard and consider her ways, she doth not spin or cast a net but her larder is always ready when the weather turns cold"

all you need is right there by you, this is Providence, good day

Thunder said...

Anyone who thinks computers will always only be as smart as the programmers that create them is naive. Robots will eventually supercede organic life on this planet. If aliens do visit us, they are robots, because only a robot can live long enough for space travel.

skip sievert said...

Libertarian bullshit.

HYPERTlGER said...

A group known as "We the people" gave Congress the power...

"To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures"

In 1997 that Congress authorized the Sacagawea dollar

It's value is 1 US Dollar

It is to weigh 8.100g, have a diameter of 26.5 mm, a thickness of 2mm, and be composed of 88.5% Cu 6% Zn 3.5% Mn 2% Ni

That is what..."To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures"...means

There is zero stipulation that "money" has to be constructed out of Gold or silver.

Congress, according to the powers that the group know as "we the people" gave Congress, can basiclly construct money out of whatever they choose to...

And the current offical value of 1 troy ounce of Gold is 42.2222 US Dollars...See above if you are wondering what a US Congress defined US Dollar is.

Wouldn't it be cool to give yourself the power to create money?

Well a group known as "We the people" composed of 39 individuals did this to themselves.

One was from New York...

"Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 – July 12, 1804) was an American politician, leading statesman, financier, intellectual, military officer, and founder of the Federalist Party. One of America's foremost constitutional lawyers, he was an influential delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention in 1787 and was the leading author of the Federalist Papers (1788), which has been the single most important interpretation of the Constitution ever since."

"He was the first and most influential Secretary of the Treasury and had much influence over the rest of the Government and the formation of policy, including foreign policy. With a vision of using federal power to modernize the nation, he convinced Congress to use an elastic interpretation of the Constitution to pass far-reaching laws. They included the creation of a national debt, federal assumption of the state debts, creation of a (Central) national bank, and a system of taxes through a tariff on imports and a tax on whiskey that would pay for it all. In foreign affairs he favored the British; he devised Jay's instructions for the treaty of 1794"

"The Bank bill (First Central bank of the USA...The Federal Reserve is the Third central bank of the USA excluding the Bank of North America during the Revolutionary war) was introduced into Congress on December 13, 1790, passed the Senate on January 20, 1791, the House on February 8, 1791, and therefore was forwarded to President Washington for his signature. It was unclear whether Washington would sign the bill into law. Powerful forces led by James Madison, Thomas Jefferson and the Attorney General, Edmund Randolph, argued to Washington that the Constitution had not granted the government the power to incorporate a Bank and therefore he should not sign the bill."

"The First (Central) Bank of the United States was needed because the government had a debt from the Revolutionary War (A crown operation), and each state had a different form of currency. It was built while Philadelphia was still the nation's capital. Alexander Hamilton conceived of the bank to handle the colossal war debt — and to create a standard form of currency."

"The First Bank's charter was drafted in 1791 by the Congress and signed by George Washington"

"This was a private Bank of which there were 25,000 shares issued of which 18,000 were held by those in England. The Bank loaned the United States money in exchange for Securities of the United States.

"Now the creditors of the United States which included the King wanted paid the Interest on the loans that were given to the United States. So Alexander Hamilton came up with the great idea of taxing alcohol.The people resisted so George Washington sent out the militia to collect the tax which they did. This has become known as the Whiskey rebellion."

Alexander Hamilton's business career began in 1768 when he became a clerk in the counting house of Nicholas Cruger. Cruger took a trip off-island in 1771-1772, leaving young Hamilton (16 years old) in charge of business affairs for six months. He displayed a remarkable flair for business and leadership skills that involved dealing with senior ship captains and businessmen on an equal basis.

In 1773, Hamilton attended a college-preparatory program with Francis Barber in Elizabeth, New Jersey; he was admitted to Princeton in rural New Jersey but instead attended King's College (later renamed Columbia College) in New York City

The institution was established in 1754 as King's College and is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the United States. During the early years of its history, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Gouverneur Morris, and Robert Livingston studied at King's (Columbia.)

"Controversy surrounded the founding of the new college in New York, as it was a thoroughly Anglican institution dominated by the influence of Crown officials, such as the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Crown Secretary for Plantations and Colonies, in its governing body. The fears of an Anglican episcopacy and Crown influence in America through King's College were confirmed by its vast wealth, far surpassing all other colonial colleges of the period."

"After the Revolutionary war, he served as a member of the Congress of the Confederation (from 1782 to 1783), and then retired to open his own law office in New York City. He specialized in defending Tories and British subjects, as in Rutgers v. Waddington, in which he largely defeated a claim for damages done to a brewery by the Englishmen who occupied it during the occupation of New York; pleading that the Mayor's Court should interpret state law to be consistent with the peace treaty (Paris Treaty of 1783 signed after the Revolutionary war).

"In 1784, he founded the Bank of New York, now the oldest ongoing banking organization in the United States, and was also instrumental, along with John Jay, in the revitalization of King's College, which had been severely crippled by the war and discredited for its Tory affiliations"

"On the advice of financier Robert Morris President George Washington appointed Hamilton as the first Secretary of the Treasury. Hamilton served in the Treasury Department from September 11, 1789, until January 31, 1795. It is for his tenure as Treasury secretary, as well as his contributions to the Federalist Papers, that Hamilton is considered one of America's greatest early statesmen. He was in many ways Washington's most trusted advisor, handling critical domestic and foreign policies, and writing drafts of important messages such as Washington's Farewell Address in 1796. In 1794 he designed a "bold initiative", the Jay Treaty that "ushered in a new era of prosperity for Anglo-American trade," and resolved left-over issues from the Revolution. He fought Jefferson and Madison in the matter--they favored France--thus setting up foreign policy as a major dispute between the parties."

"Hamilton's term was marked by innovation, planning and masterful reports. In office for barely a month, he proposed the creation of a seagoing branch of the military to discourage smuggling and enhance tax collections. The following summer, Congress authorized a Revenue Marine force of ten cutters, the precursor to the United States Coast Guard. He also played a crucial role in creating the United States Navy (the Naval Act of 1794). Hamilton's perceptive and creative mind, coupled with a driving ambition to set his ideas in motion, resulted in many proposals to Congress. His proposals included a plan for tariffs and excise taxes (on whiskey especially) for raising revenue, and funding the Revolutionary War debt including debts owed by the states. He developed the plans for the First Bank of the United States and secured its adoption by Congress."

"Robert Morris, Jr. (January 31, 1734 - May 8, 1806) was an American merchant and a signatory to the United States Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States Constitution. Morris was known as the Financier of the Revolution, because of his role in securing financial assistance for the American Colonial side in the Revolutionary War."

"At age 16 Morris was already apprenticed to the shipping and banking firm of the wealthy Philadelphia merchant (later mayor) Charles Willing. After Willing's death four years later, the 20-year-old Morris became the partner of Charles's son, Thomas Willing."

"In a unanimous vote, Congress appointed Morris to be Superintendent of Finance of the United States from 1781 to 1784. When Morris began this post the US was in a crisis. The British controlled the coast line from the sea, two major cities, and the western frontier. The treasury was in debt by $2.5 million and public credit had collapsed. Congress resultantly gave Mr. Morris great power and allowed him to continue his profitable private endeavors while serving in a related public office."

"Three days after becoming Superintendent of Finance Morris proposed the establishment of a national bank. This led to the creation of the first financial institution chartered by the United States, the (Central) Bank of North America, in 1782. The bank was funded in part by a significant loan Morris had obtained from France in 1781. The initial role of the bank was to finance the war against Britain."

During his tenure as Superintendent, Morris was assisted by his friend and assistant Gouverneur Morris. He proposed a national economic system in a document called "On Public Credit". This acted as the basis for Hamilton's plan of the same name submitted much later.

On January 15, 1782 Morris drafted a proposal that he later presented to the Continental Congress to recommend the establishment of a national mint and decimal coinage. However, the United States Mint was not established until 1792, after further proposals by Hamilton.

Along with Alexander Hamilton and Albert Gallatin, Morris is considered one of the key founders of the financial system in the United States.

Thomas Willing (December 19, 1731 - January 19, 1821) was an American merchant and financier and a Delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania.

Born in Philadelphia, Willing completed preparatory studies in Bath, England. He studied law in London at the Inner Temple (The City of London, the Crown, Where the Bank of England is)

City of London...The New World Financial system

"The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple is one of the four Inns of Court around the Royal Courts of Justice in London, England, which may call members to the Bar (Rumor that "BAR" is code for British Accredited Registry) and so entitle them to practise as barristers. (The other Inns are Middle Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn.)"

"The Temple was occupied in the twelfth century by the Knights Templar, who gave the area its name, and built the Temple Church which survives as the parish church of the Inner Temple and Middle Temple"

The City of London is now London's main financial district. It is often referred to as just the City or as the Square Mile, as it is approximately one square mile (2.6 square kilometres) in area The City itself has two independent enclaves within it — Inner Temple and Middle Temple. These two areas form part of the City and Ceremonial county, but are not governed by the Corporation of London. The Corporation governs the rest of the City and also owns various open spaces (parks, forests and commons) in and around London.

The City developed its own code of law for the mercantile classes, developing such autonomy that Sir Laurence Gomme regarded the City as a separate Kingdom making its own laws. The Lord Mayor of the City is supreme...

Its Latin motto is "Domine dirige nos" which means "Lord, direct us".

Thomas Willing As a member of the Continental Congress in 1775 and 1776, he voted against the Declaration of Independence.

Later, he became president of the (Central) Bank of North America and then the first president of the (First Central) Bank of the United States 1791 to 1811

"The Bank of North America was chartered in 1781 by the Continental Congress and opened on January 7, 1782, at the prodding of Finance Minister Robert Morris, and was rechartered in 1784. This was thus the first modern (Central) United States bank. It was succeeded by the First Bank of the United States. After Robert Morris became superintendent of finance in May 1781 continental currency had ceased."

Meanwhile, Hamilton made public endorsement of the establishment:

"Congress have wisely appointed a superintendent of their finances,—a man of acknowledged abilities and integrity, as well as of great personal credit and pecuniary influence.

"It was impossible that the business of finance could be ably conducted by a body of men however well composed or well intentioned. Order in the future management of our moneyed concerns, a strict regard to the performance of public engagements, and of course the restoration of public credit may be reasonably and confidently expected from Mr. Morris' administration if he is furnished with materials upon which to operate—that is, if the Federal Government can acquire funds as the basis of his arrangements. He has very judiciously proposed a (Central bank) National Bank, which, by uniting the influence and interest of the moneyed men with the resources of government, can alone give it that durable and extensive credit of which it stands in need. This is the best expedient he could have devised for relieving the public embarrassments, but to give success to the plan it is essential that Congress should have it in their power to support him with unexceptionable funds. Had we begun the practice of funding four years ago, we should have avoided that depreciation of the currency which has been pernicious to the morals and to the credit of the nation, and there is no other method than this to prevent a continuance and multiplication of the evils flowing from that prolific source."

- 'The Continentalist' No. IV, August 30, 1781

Morris deposited large quantities of gold and silver coin and bills of exchange obtained through loans from the Netherlands and France. He then issued new paper currency backed by this supply. He also managed to meet the interest rates on the debt which he estimated to be about thirty million dollars. (Thats about 20 million ouces of silver) The First Bank of The United States and The Bank of New York obtained the first shares in the New York Stock Exchange.

"The Bank of New York was founded by Alexander Hamilton on June 9, 1784, making it the oldest bank in the United States. He wrote the new bank's constitution, and became the individual most actively involved in the organization of The Bank of New York"

That bank operated exactally like current banks do...

A consumer requests money and the bank creates it out of thin air by adding an asset and a liability to the books...

It's how commercial banks have been operating for over 600 years.

skip sievert said...

Money Is Inadequate

Suppose, for instance, that we attempted to distribute by means of money the goods and services produced. Suppose that it were decided that 200 billion dollars' worth of goods and services were to be produced in a given year, and suppose further that 200 billion dollars were distributed to the population during that time with which to purchase these goods and services. Immediately the foregoing properties of money would create trouble.

Due to the fact that money is not a physical measure of goods and services, there is no assurance that prices would not change during the year, and that 200 billion dollars issued for use in a given year would be used in that year. If it were not used this would immediately begin to curtail production and start oscillations. Due to the fact that money is negotiable, and that certain human beings, by hook or crook, have a facility for getting it away from other human beings, this would defeat the requirement that distribution must reach all human beings. A further consequence of the negotiability of money is that it can be used very effectively for purposes of bribery. Hence the most successful accumulators of money would be able eventually not only to disrupt the flow line, but also to buy a controlling interest in the social mechanism itself, which brings us right back to where we started from.

Due to the fact that money is a species of debt, and hence cumulative, the amount would have to be continuously increased, which, in conjunction with its property of being negotiable, would lead inevitably to concentration of control in a few hands, and to general disruption of the distribution system which was supposed to be maintained.

Thus, money in any form whatsoever is completely inadequate as a medium of distribution in an economy of abundance. Any social system employing commodity evaluation (commodity valuations are the basis of all money) is a Price System. Hence it is not possible to maintain an economy of abundance by means of a Price System.
On all counts, money does not meet the requirements of a medium of distribution of abundance.

The mechanism that does meet the requirements is the energy degraded in the production of goods and services. This energy conversion constitutes the physical cost of production and can be stated in units of work (ergs or kilowatts) or in units of heat (kg calories of Btu`s).
We can therefore measure quite accurately the energy converted in any given industrial process, as well as the total physical energy cost of operating the Continent, (a further explanation of this in the last two chapters of the Technocracy Study Course - excerpted design chapters and links to the complete copy.)

After subtracting the energy required to operate the Continent as a whole – new plant and maintenance thereof, roads, housing, hospitals, schools, local transport, continental transport, communications, education, child care, and maintenance of public institutions – continental hydrology, the remainder would be shared equally by all adult citizens in the form of energy certificates or units.

In the U.S. alone, in 1992, more than 81 quadrillion Btu`s were consumed, with 62 quadrillion being used for overall operating, leaving 19 quadrillion to be consumed by the personal needs of the population. That would supply every North American with their favorite personal items, all else such as housing, healthcare, food, clothing, all transportation, education, in other words, all things required to maintain the highest standard of living possible within the resource base, as a right of citizenship.

spectre of deflation said...

Hyper, Here is my answer:

The Constitution

According to the Constitution our money is gold and silver coin, not Federal Reserve Notes of debt-obligation. Silver is the standard by which the dollar is defined – the unit of account of the United States.

• Article I, Section 8, Clause 5: The Congress shall have Power…To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures. [8]

• Article I, Section 10, Clause 1: No State shall…coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debt. [9]

As the Constitution states, Congress is empowered to coin money out of gold and silver, not to emit bills of credit. Nothing can be more simply said, yet that is not the form of money we have today. Why?

Instead of gold and silver coin, we have dollar bills – bills of credit that the Constitution disallows, paper fiat money.

The dollar of the Constitution is a weight of silver: the then current circulating silver dollar. The dollar bill or Federal Reserve Note is not the silver dollar of the Constitution or the Coinage Act of 1792. One is an honest weight of silver – the other a mere piece of paper.

Perhaps there is something being hidden from our sight, so we do not understand this thing called money, and thus accept the unacceptable in its place – paper money.

“All the perplexities, confusion and distresses in America arise not from defects in the constitution or confederation, nor from want of honor or virtue, as much from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.” [10]

The goal of this work is to shed some light on the ignorance that John Adams mentions, an act of omission by the majority, and commission by a select few, one that has been designed to hide the truth – not to reveal it. It is easy to stumble by that which has been hidden out of sight.

In the Beginning

For most of the first century of its existence, the United States adhered to the monetary system of the Constitution: gold and silver coins. No bills of credit were allowed.

The Constitution expressly forbids such paper money. As the Supreme Court has said:
“The prohibition in the constitution to make anything but gold or silver coin a tender in payment of debts is express and universal. The framers of the Constitution regarded it as an evil to be repelled without modification; they have, therefore, left nothing to be inferred or deduced from construction on this subject.” [11]

The words “emit bills of credit” were hotly debated during the constitutional convention. Not only had the issue been discussed, it had been voted on to disallow them – in clear and precise terms.

“Mr. Ellsworth thought this a favorable moment to shut and bar the door against paper money. The mischief of the various experiments which had been made, were now fresh in the public mind and had excited the disgust of all the respectable part of America. By withholding the power from the new Government, more friends of influence would be gained to it than by almost any thing else. Paper money can in no case be necessary. Give the Government credit, and other resources will offer. The power may do harm, never good.” [12]

“Mr. Read thought the words, if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the Beast in Revelations.” [13]

“Mr. Langdon had rather reject the whole plan than retain the three words (and emit bills).” [14]

“Mr. Sherman thought this a favorable crisis for crushing paper money. If the consent of the Legislature could authorize emissions of it, the friends of paper money, would make every exertion to get into the Legislature in order to license it.” [15]

According to the Constitution, the Supreme Court, and notes from the constitutional convention, a monetary system that allowed bills of credit to circulate as the currency was not only unconstitutional, but an evil blight to be wiped out, once and for all. Yet today we have it in spades. Why? The purpose of this book is to answer this and other similar questions.

Why has our money been allowed to devolve from gold and silver coin, to the present paper fiat money known as Federal Reserve Notes?

Why have Federal Reserve Notes lost 95% of their purchasing power since the Fed was created in 1913?

Why are we not taught in school the importance of purchasing power?

Why are we not taught in school the definition of a dollar according to the Coinage Act of 1792?

Why does Congress act as if it is completely unaware of what the Constitution states is money?

How can the greatest nation on earth accept the debasement and destruction of its own currency?

Black & White

Our monetary system has stepped over the edge – into the abyss. With the unlawful suspension of gold as money, the last vestige of an honest monetary system disappeared. In its place paper money is allowed to circulate as the currency de jour – in complete opposition to the Constitution.

“We are in danger of being overwhelmed with irredeemable paper, mere paper, representing neither gold nor silver; no sir, representing nothing but broken promises, bad faith, bankrupt corporations, cheated creditors and a ruined people.” [16]

All through our history, there has been a fight between those who desire paper money, and those who want gold and silver coin, as money, as mandated by the Constitution.

It has always been the banking establishment, and those closely associated with it, that fought for paper money. This is because the bankers want to control the issue of money, and hence reap the profits such monopolization breeds.

If the bankers can simply create money out of nothing, it is easier for them to control the entire monetary system. If, on the other hand, money is gold and silver coin, then it is much harder, perhaps impossible, for the bankers to control money.

“Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money and control credit, and with a flick of a pen they will create enough to buy it back.” [17]

Watching the Watchers

Gold and silver do not lend themselves to the control of man – paper money does. Paper is easily had. Gold and silver must be removed from the bowels of the earth by hard and dangerous work. It cannot simply be spoken into existence – by fiat.

Today’s paper money system is the elite collectivist’s dream come true, the perfect wealth transference mechanism, not only here in the United States, but across the entire world. Such a system is a vile and wicked thing – an abomination that walks the earth in darkness, casting shadows far and wide.

In the words of Alan Greenspan, whom some consider the overlord of paper money:

“Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the ‘hidden’ confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights.” [18]

The beginning of our new nation was witness to money of gold and silver coin. Slowly, however, things changed. Gold certificates were first authorized by Congress in the Currency Act of March 3, 1863, but were not issued until 1865.[19]

Silver certificates were created by the Coinage Act if 1878.[20] Both were backed by gold and silver coins held on deposit as reserves. A holder of these certificates could redeem them at any time for gold or silver coins.

Then paper bank notes were issued, but they were only partially backed by gold and silver reserves, which generally amounted to 40%, and steadily declined there from. Finally, our monetary system devolved into the dysfunctional mess of paper fiat money we have today, backed by nothing.

"Thus, our national circulating medium is now at the mercy of loan transactions of banks, which lend, not money, but promises to supply money they do not possess." [21]

Where were our elected representatives during the demise of our monetary system?

Where was the protection of our constitutional rights, which is the reason the Constitution was written, and the reason why the government was created – to protect our unalienable rights, as set forth in the Declaration of Independence, the defining document of our country.

The President takes an oath to “... preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.” [22]

Has the Constitution been so defended, or treated like it is a mere piece of paper, as some in high places claim?

These are serious questions that will greatly impact the future quality of life – of the live’s of our children and their children to come. This is about destiny, make no mistake about it. And destiny hangs in the balance, waiting to be weighed – it must not be found wanting.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”



Gold coin of Diodotos I (250)

New Book – Honest Money available at:

http://honestmoneyreport.com/bookIntro.pdf

1. George Washington
2. John Kenneth Galbraith Money: Whence it came, where it went - 1975
3. Cicero
4. Robert H. Hemphill, credit manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
5. Henry Ford
6. Lord Rothschild
7. James Garfield
8. U.S. Constitution: “Article I, Section 8, Clause 5
9 “Article I, Section 10, Clause 1
10. John Adams in a letter to Thomas Jefferson
11 U.S. Supreme Court [12 Wheat. at 288]
12. James Madison’s notes on the Constitutional Convention:
13. (Notes above 12)
14. (Notes above per 12)
15. (Notes above per 12)
16. Daniel Webster in a speech in the Senate, 1833
17. Sir Josiah Stamp, former President, Bank of England
18. Alan Greenspan
19. National Currency Act of March 3, 1863
20. Coinage Act of 1878
21. Irving Fisher, 100% Money
22. Each president recites the following oath, in accordance with Article II, Section I of the U.S. Constitution
23. Declaration of Independence

skip sievert said...

Dear Spectre. Do you have to work at being a brainwashed ignoramus or does it just come natural. Money-history&energy accounting.

Price system punk. Ignorant money peon. 18th. century moron.
The Constitution ?
Get a life you stupid American.

skip sievert said...

Since this site is populated by ignorant libertarians that are nihilistic and anti-intellectual... and in the dark about the future... but wish to turn it into a type of slavery from the past..... Good luck.. and have a nice day... in Libertarian bullshit propaganda land.

Truth seekers? Ha ha ha ha.

spectre of deflation said...

Skip, we Americans have saved your panty asses twice in the last 125 years. You have to be EU because only a little chicken shit Euro-peon with no fighting ability would be so indifferent to your friends. I have some news and it is that Europe will suffer a worse fate than America concerning this credit debacle. How is Spain, Ireland, Italy and other EU countries doing? LOL! Moron!

skip sievert said...

You live in a dark little world.

spectre of deflation said...

Skip, and you live in a little shitty country about the size of Rhode Island in Euro-peon Land. The Euro is doomed to fail as is the Union itself once the credit debacle goes full throttle. You will be fighting and warring as you have done for millenia.

You EU pissants are always so sophisticated until you must fight, and then you are like little girls. Say, you aren't French are you?

Q. Why did the French plant trees on both sides of their avenues?

A. So that the Germans could always march in the shade when they took Paris.

skip sievert said...

Last time I checked Minnesota was in the U.S.A.
Dumb ass.