Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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Monday, September 10, 2018

The Real Economics Of The Ancient Roman Empire.

When John D. Rockefeller realized the full value of petroleum it changed the world in unprecedented ways .  It started with Rockefeller piping gas into homes and building for light instead of having to rely on whale oil.   Later he distilled gasoline out of Petroleum and the results were explosive economic growth around the world.  Much of that still going on today.  Getting minerals out of the ground that are loaded with energy potential has been a godsend for man kind.  The propensity of successful oil men to get rich quick can be attributed to  the immense number of BTU or calories that can come from burning a gallon of Diesel or Gasoline.   The energy from a container holding a gallon of pure sugar syrup is less than a third of that of the gasoline.  Energy that does work powers an economy.

In ancient Rome the Romans conquered countries that were as close as possible and as easy  to conquer as possible.  Conquest meant Roman occupation and colonization but it also meant having a giant workforce of slaves.  The ability of Rome to provide free bread and free ;subsidized  bread and circuses to millions of people was due to slavery much in the way our consumption of petroleum has created unprecedented growth over the past 130 years but with much greater limitations since the BTU value of slaves is less than horse power.  Rated in horse power it might take 5 or 6 slaves to do the work of one horse employed for that purpose.  Of course the Romans also had horse power so it cannot be discounted.  For Rome to provide bread and circus benefits It took 10 to 12 slaves per recipient of the benefits working in the expansive empire.  It took slaves to grow and harvest the food and slaves to transport the food and slaves to distribute and repackage it. Rome was highly inefficient as such.  Slaves don't want to work efficiently if they are not forced to and working slaves to death was rather expensive if you wanted economic growth.

Rome hit the limit of expansion because when then went to the middle east they were more interested in grabbing and controlling the salt resources of the dead sea than figuring out what to do with petroleum which they did find in pools at the surface and sometimes used for military applications just not for an energy fuel.  Slaves were no more expensive than a certain quantity of salt.  The word for slaves comes from Salt. Sal  to Slaves.  The economics of Roman imperial socialism was terribly inefficient.  The spectacle and pageantry of the city of Rome was only something the Romans could afford by creating misery for millions of people in and beyond their own world empire.

We have something similar happening today where out sourcing of industry goes to third world countries but that is not slavery. It is voluntary and the local currency earnings are significant enough to help china rise from a third world country to the first world one emerging today. But beware if the Chinese did not have modern energy resources form mining like oil and coal they would be in economic decline and substituting slavery for btu production.   That should be a warning about going green and using inferior sources of energy than actually produce the maximum number of btus for the least amount of work obtaining that material.  The alternative energy world has to be competitive with BTU production from oil and coal with out subsidies or its going to result in world wide slavery all over again. We see numbers that are quite similar in our own economic world now.  130 years ago  90 plus percent of the population had to work on farms or in food production. Today we are down to 2 percent of the population working on farms in developed countries.  That includes the old use of horse power and even railroad power.     Lets not go the way of the ancient romans and keep real energy so we don't have to enslave 90 percent of the population to serve  the other ten percent.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Artificial Intelligence is Going to Change Everything not because it out performs human thinking but because it enables productivity never before experienced.

Warning to the world If you don't adopt using artificial intelligence you won't be able to compete. We live in dangerous times for businesses trying to survive and compete. It is not that artificial intelligence bests human intellect but that it is incredibly more persistent. I started using amazons seller visual phone recognition and it instantly improved my productivity and capacity to create new product categories. my old self without that software can't compete with my new self with it.  Businesses that want to thrive should make a point in investing in AI as soon as possible.  Not just to deploy it but to own part of the evolution of the process and to get paid for it's dissemination.  It is sort of the tale of Sears which spent a fortune on a trophy world's tallest sears tower when it could have invested in shares of Walmart instead.  The same goes for Walmart which could have invested earlier in amazon shares.  AI is going to concentrate wealth and power into  fewer hands now and worldwide.  The companies to invest in now are mostly pretty obvious.  I would not discount IBM and its large library of patents either.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Clocks Were The World's First Computers.

No the Abacus was not the original of modern computers. Clocks were.   Just the layout of a clock with its measurement of periods of time was a computational device.  Would work with sundials and water clocks not just mechanical rotary clocks.   With a clock that sets any unit time period you can add time or subtract it . You can have 15 before 2 and 14 after 2.  With a clock you can add subtract, multiply and divide.    What is a half an hour?  Computation is counting.  As synthetic as time is so is mathematics.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

The Human Soul May Exist And Have A Genuine Scientific Explanation..

IF YOU BELIEVE IN THE SOUL EXISTING IN HUMANS AND ANYOTHER ANIMALS IT CAN ACTUALLY EXIST AND MAYBE POSSIBLE TO DUPLICATE.   YES ABSOLUTELY.

The proof comes from your signature attributes that come from the chromosomes in your cells that set your individual physiological characteristics such as your unique finger prints.  Your finger prints are different than everyone else's and somewhere form the DNA that pattern is set and derived. If you were cloned your clones might have your exact finger prints or finger prints included in a range of possibilities unique to you.  When you play an electronic slot machine you might not be aware that every wager you make can  give you outcomes with in a range for each and not just one possible configuration.  Still the slot machine is only going to give you a win when it does but the win can vary as can the losing combinations. You can stop a reel in a slot machine and get one of the possibilities that are unique for each possible outcome of the spin.  

If the soul does exist it is going to be set by a range of probabilities from the  DNA just as does those finger prints. DNA is coding that works based on electromagnetism.  The configuration of what ever is the soul and memory structure in the brain everything there runs on electromagnetism. The DNA may just create a means for the body to claim an existing soul as it is just electromagnetism.