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    Laws of Economic Prosperity

    Yes my Friends, even the social sciences have Laws that when ignored or usurped, create havoc for the many and enrich the few....

    Physiocracy....or....the Rules of Natural Economics (there's only three)

    1. To the creator belongs creation

    2. Only coercive harm may be considered a crime

    3. The profit of the Earth is for ALL to equally SHARE

    https://www.progress.org/articles/th...4438-100403573

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    Human Failure to follow these three Natural Laws will prevent a RBE from ever occurring....

    1. If I (or you) create something it belongs to me (or you)....unless and until we sell the thing or give it away....

    2. Capitalism is most certainly coercive and also causes harm, thus it can only be considered a crime....

    3. This one rule all by itself could end wars and poverty almost immediately....SHARING

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    Whenever you hear about laws in the social sciences; watch out!!!
    Even the laws of physics and chemistry are not absolute and subject to modification, so when we talk about economics.... well you get the point.
    Also, there is no objective morality or ethics that i know of , its all man made invention and is subject to change anytime anyplace.

    If i create something it belongs to me? what about the song i wrote 2 years ago; melody is highly influenced by neil young and the beatles, what about the lyrics did i invent them?
    anything a person creates is at the end of the day a result of many people, some that live today and some that are long time dead. we got electricity, computers, trains and many other tools for free so every thing we create has some history behind it.

    capitalism is coercive and so is socialism and .... nature itself.
    nature is a dictatorship - peter joseph.
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    So....the advise we are receiving is to continue our futile quest to conquer Nature rather than accept our place in it? Really?

    TBH,,,and I could be wrong ....But I don't believe PJ or very many other supporters of TZM spend very much time in natural settings...(strolling City Parks and watching PBS documentaries don't count IMO)..thus as has been repeatedly expressed/exampled by some TZM/RBE advocates, we all witness an under appreciation and misunderstanding of its importance.....whether we live in a big city apartment or on a farm .....the consumption and destruction of our lifeblood and Mother goes on unabated......

    WHY?

    ....because we like to think and believe that we know better than nature........When in reality, we don't even come close...and as a species we further remove ourselves from the natural world with each passing day

    Surprisingly, The quote credited to PJ ('nature is a dictatorship') has more of a biblical tone rather than a technological one, no?)

    ......Try as we might 'we' cannot reproduce Nature once we destroy it....only nature can do that.....and that return to nature only occurs while we sleep and dream....and consume....or leave an area/region....never to return....

    Oh you city folks.....sometimes you just crack me up....

    Shhhhh.....a Great Horned Owl is singing, and outside I must go to embrace/witness its song.......
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