Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Creative, Very Innovative Ways to Achieve Distributed Liquidity.

commentary by Roger Erickson

Message to so-called "leaders." Get on with the simple job of distributing liquidity to our audaciously industrious citizens, or get the hell out of the way.

Seeing as how these people are so innovative, and such agile thinkers, ... why not just put them to better use, by electing them to Congresses and Parliaments? At least they grasp the goal of distributing liquidity bottom-up.

Follow the Pirate Party with a Cash-Trapping Party? :) Not so far-fetched as you might initially imagine. It's only a question of whether a nation's liquidity (aka, fiat currency supply) is trapped among the 1%, or distributed just well enough to allow continuous improvement in the quality of distributed decision-making.

How do YOU spell automatic-stabilizer transaction machine, one that disburses liquidity to those states, counties, towns, families and people that know how and why to use it?

It's not just Houston that has a problem. Main Street, WE have a distribution problem, and it's caused by too many of ourselves still thinking gold-standard thoughts about hoarding static assets. To transition to hoarding dynamic assets (aka, coordination capabilities), we need distributed liquidity.

Face it. We already have an automatic-liquidity-stabilizing mechanism. It's the combo of a fiat currency regime and a Central Bank. Our problem is ENTIRELY that we're distributing liquidity ONLY to banks, and NOT to the people that banks receive a public license to serve. We're letting intermediaries pervert the very purpose of having banks - to distribute liquidity to the citizens who collectively issue their own fiat currency, in order to continuously improve their quality (including tempo) of distributed decision-making.

Washington, DC this is NOT, I repeat NOT rocket science. Get on with distributing liquidity to our industrious citizens, or get the hell out of the way.


Paulo Garrido said...

Nature uses some equivalent of a universal employment, better, universal occupation function or universal minimal income to keep things going.

Let us consider the quantum behavior that prevents electrons from attaining the nuclei and collapsing atoms.

Electrons cannot go down a minimal quantified energy level. This minimal energy level precludes stable configurations of nuclei and electrons where they are closer than a 'safe' distance. Atoms become stable entities and we can play in this world.

A minimal energy level can be thought analogous to a minimal income or even to a minimal saving that is never depleted.

At the physical level a minimal quantified energy level that electrons cannot go down makes stable atoms and therefore atomic organizations that we recognize as our material world.

At the social level a minimal universal income would establish a minimal value for aggregate demand and therefore for all economic activity. It would act as a strong source of stabilization of societies as fluctuations of economic activity would only be possible above the minimum established and would not have critically adverse effects on people lives.

Does Nature promote full employment, universal minimal services for everyone, economic development?)

Absolutely, if we take as criteria observed restraints in physical behavior that are known as physical laws.)

Matt Franko said...


Suggest stay on this context... wrt atomic structures...

Also, do you see anything going on with the so-called "precious metals" ie copper, silver, gold (all in column 11 of the periodic table)

Here is wiki on these 3:

"In physics, the definition of a noble metal is even more strict. It is required that the d-bands of the electronic structure are filled. Taking this into account, only copper, silver and gold are noble metals, as all d-like bands are filled and do not cross the Fermi level.[8] For platinum two d-bands cross the Fermi level, changing its chemical behaviour; it is used as a catalyst."

Throughout human history you see these 3 metals often competing with state currency in which we choose to use in our monetary systems...

What is the relationship between the Fermi Level and the minimum quantified energy level?