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    Lightbulb Example of NLRBE using Milk.

    I will describe to you an example of how an NLRBE will operate by using Milk as my object of focus.

    Equilibrium = Input & Output resource capacity.

    The equilibrium between development and integrity input and output according to population needs and wants in relation to the environment.

    Economic System:

    NLRBE:

    Providing Economy.

    Care Economy.

    We have enough milk based resources to care to provide for everyone.

    The objective is to provide as much as possible for everyone, thereby giving everyone the highest quality life possible without reducing the quality of life of another. - (disregarding philosophical a purely and objectively material statement).

    Within an NLRBE, we have three sections to account for.

    Requirements: Regarding Natural function for survival and evolution of our society and its members (ecosystem etc).

    Needs: Requirement applied to our potential (standard equilibrium) put into equilibrium with our desires.

    Desires: Direct Democratic basis for luxury production.

    In this example, we will exclude the variables for priorities of costs in relation to stock and market exchange rates, standards (health aka survival and evolution) requirements, needs and desires, distribution requirements, production requirements and maintenance requirements for resource equilibrium.

    That basically means that this example doesn't include the plastic for the milk, the storage for the milk, the roads required to distribute, the markets needed to distribute, the energy required for production, members needed for effort, etc.

    This is an average and rounded estimation for production.

    264 million dairy cows worldwide, each cow is capable of producing 8 gallons a day.

    World Population: 7,432,663,275.

    Optimal Distribution Example:

    Day 1 Utilization of one milk provision per person, accounts for one gallon of milk.

    Milk in Stock per day: 2,112,000,000.

    Set1: 2,112,000,000 People Buy a gallon of milk through utilization of their provisions, their provisions are now inactive and will be reactivated within 3 days.

    Every day a new set of people deplete the milk in stock (the milk made available by production) and through the process make their milk provisions inactive until production and stock recycle over the course of 3 days.

    Milk Exchange: 2,112,000,000 (Provisions made inactive).

    Population - Milk Exchange.

    Within 3 days the original Day 1 Milk Provisions that were utilized by the 2,112,000,000 People are now made reactivated as the exchange rate has fully cycled between production capacity and distribution over population requirements through the stock and market resource capacity.

    Milk Provision Strength/Value, Resource Amount & Time aka Activation-Deactivation Amount, Application (In this case population etc). All of which are (defined by standards, energy/effort etc).

    Milk Provision: 1 gallon per 3 days per person.
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    Would you look at that?

    The monetary system, capitalism,the price mechanism and the free market are absolutely needless in NLRBE and it still manages to produce and distribute goods in a more efficient and productive way than it would have been able to do otherwise in terms of our economic potential.

    Who would have known having and utilizing resources in a way to produce and distribute with physical mechanics and a scientific method for efficiency was possible? - Sarcasm.

    Turns out to be optimal in regards to funding our society and it's members.
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    Milk, would likely evolve to some other Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in a NLRBE model. It's not a very efficiency way to produce a source of food.

    Expand the perspective to include GDP, then figure the equilibrium for a NLRBE model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RhythmAnarchy View Post
    Milk, would likely evolve to some other Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in a NLRBE model. It's not a very efficiency way to produce a source of food.

    Expand the perspective to include GDP, then figure the equilibrium for a NLRBE model.
    GDP is taken into account through stock and market calculations to help determine the capacity for a given item's stock within the market through the standards of our society.

    I'll elaborate on how market items are established, first, there needs to be a need or a desire (demand) for a given type of item.

    The people who wish to support a specific item (in this case milk) if it is classified as a demand they will need to sign a petition which will require an amount of signatures specific to the requirements of the item and the economy as well as the population demand, so we will say the requirement is 10% of the population has to sign the petition to place the item on the market.

    The next thing that happens is what's called within the market, stock priorities.

    Everyone has a desire/demand/luxury capacity, by which they can select such items and vote for them (mark them) as a priority, in doing so the item's stock has a priority over other items and will be funded accordingly.

    If purchases decline over the standard requirements for the item below the priority requirements, item production will decline until it finds stability in the market and if it falls outside of the requirements for stability the item will be taken off the market.
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    Having no Monetary Limitations to deal with in a NLRBE, Goods could now be backed by the most Highest Standards out there supported using Science for our best well-being. Demand will naturally change along with Lifestyles and the Superior quality of our Goods. So even with looking at the level of Choice/Abundance now available in a NLRBE, I see things as being easier to manage than Traditional Economics because our main objectives now would be in how we carefully manage our available Resources in the most optimal levels. Money doesn't let you do this Today because it becomes the main priority and puts available Resources as a second thought. So in essence we would be bypassing the 'Demand' for Money to a direct Demand for High Quality Goods which in my opinion produces the best outcomes for all the people.
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    Wouldn't a NLRBE economy look to phase out the consumption of milk, given that milk is unhealthy and the huge impact animal agriculture as whole does to our environment?
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    @smashupsociety

    That could be the case, I simply used the milk as an example because it was the easiest one I could think of.

    My main concern regarding milk is the health of the animals involved.

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    Another thing to take into account is that half of the human population is lactose intolerant, so that means there would be even more availability for those who are genetically fit to drink milk in an RBE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H0arx0r View Post
    Another thing to take into account is that half of the human population is lactose intolerant, so that means there would be even more availability for those who are genetically fit to drink milk in an RBE.
    @H0arx0r, welcome to the forum.

    If the values for the given variables remain static sure there will be an increase in the availability of milk allowing for the provision to increase in strength.

    Although we must consider that the variables that make up production and distribution are governed by demand and supply over the stock and market aspects of society by its members.

    Thereby if a significant portion of the population is unable to consume milk the production for it will decrease to account for the portion of the population that can.

    Technically the only way to increase the yield of milk available is to increase the yield capacity of milk and in order to that you must ensure the proper conditions have been set to allow for the prosperity of the given product.

    Essentially if you want more milk you have to prosper all the conditions that allow for it to be made beyond optimal capacity which mean's to go beyond the standard expectation of production by having the resources to do so and the economic principle on which to base such production.

    There is one of course if all conditions are met to expand society beyond the standard range as long as it is within the optimal range (equilibrium) then, by all means, you can go beyond the expected standards and increase the yield capacity.

    For example, let's say there is an extra planet in the solar system and all other conditions have been settled within the economy in relation to its use and the population's percentage within the given solar system is set at a given optimal standard, you now have the opportunity ripe with the ability to establish milk facilities on the planet capable of increasing the yield capacity by expanding the availability of milk within the economy by expanding upon the standard of the economy.

    The condition's that allow the economy to run optimally thereby the standard milk provision will be expanded upon through the given ability set by the establishment of the new milk facilities.

    On another note, if the goal of an economy is to pander to its society's members then I do say that our current economy is doing a miserable job while the NLRBE has an opportunity to excel at caring for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Izon View Post
    @smashupsociety

    That could be the case, I simply used the milk as an example because it was the easiest one I could think of.

    My main concern regarding milk is the health of the animals involved.

    Perhaps almond milk would have been less controversial?
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