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Made in America – Careless and Frivolous Stand for Freedom Not Recommended

Enslaving the whole world’s masses into debt for countless generations to come, the modern day equivalent roles of emperor, lords, peons and serfs, is NOT freedom, but capitalism gone berserk, haywire, as in gambling joint. Ignorance of the monetary system, with its controls and barriers to required scientific research into evolutionary survival parameters, especially energy, is no excuse for unwittingly destroying freedom …. in this, OUR critical era, of exploding, energy intensive, whole system’s complexity with its unbelievable potential and possibilities.













Can We Take On Corporate Rule?
Portrait of David Korten

In 1995, I wrote When Corporations Rule the World. Twenty years later, as President Obama advances a trade agreement that will strengthen corporate rights at the expense of human rights, democracy, and the Earth, it’s clear that corporate power is more concentrated and dangerous than ever. But I’m enlivened by the growing movement of people who are waking up and fighting for a future where the people rule. I invite you to learn more in my new article and in the updated,20th-anniversary edition of my book.

Cars made in America? Chrysler, Ford no longer qualify

The phrase “made in America” has always pulled at the hearts and wallets of loyal, red-blooded consumers, and never more so than in the automotive space. But according to research released Monday, the car company that qualifies as most American is….the Toyota Camry.

Anger Aimed at Troika’s Ruthless Neoliberalism as Greece Exit Looms

With banks shuttered, capital controls in place, and democracy under threat, the world’s eyes turn toward what the Greek people will decide

MONEY TODAY: Forecaster of Your Life Expectancy and Future Generation’s Survival Likelihood

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Pope: Earth has turned into an “immense pile of filth”

Buggy Whip Begone!

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VATICAN CITY — In a sweeping environmental manifesto aimed at spurring concrete action, Pope Francis called Thursday for a bold cultural revolution to correct what he described as a “structurally perverse” economic system where the rich exploit the poor, turning Earth into an “immense pile of filth.”

Pope: Earth has turned into an “immense pile of filth

The document released Thursday was a stinging indictment of big business and climate doubters alike, aimed at spurring courageous changes at U.N. climate negotiations later this year, in domestic politics and in everyday life.

“The simple reality is that energy is the essential building block of the modern world,” said Thomas Pyle of the Institute of Energy Research, a conservative free-market group.

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Editor’s Note: Then why the incredible blindness and stagnation in advanced energy systems?

Suppresion of information is not part of the FREEDOM EQUATION

It appears that the whole-scale aversion to Zero Point Energy, a realm of no space or time, lies with the fact that it treads upon the spiritual, metaphysical domain, the third leg on the scientific tripod of reality, governed by the same scientific laws and principles, as above so below (i.e., tripod: physical, mental, spiritual).


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IMF Report Admits IMF’s Obsession with Capitalism Is Killing Prosperity

Imagine that! Who could have known that ONE trillionaire (or billionaire), would NOT purchase and consume seven billion gallons of milk per week! (or any of the other millions of products and quantities that keep our economy rolling)  (as EBITDA’s continuous, daily, cost cutting, budgeting, and pricing policies ever tighten, strangle, consumers’ purchase capacity)


IMF Report Admits IMF’s Obsession with Capitalism Is Killing Prosperity

In order to strengthen economies, the report says, nations should admit that “trickle-down” theories of wealth and prosperity do not work and instead raise the wages and living standards of the bottom 20 percent of their populations, install more progressive tax structures, improve worker protections, and institute policies specifically designed to bolster the middle class. (Photo: Euronews)


In light of how the International Monetary Fund has spent most of its existence parading around the world telling governments to make their economies more friendly for multinational corporations by suppressing wages, restricting pensions, liberalizing industries, and more or less advocating they ignore the popular will of workers and the less fortunate—all in the name of market capitalism and endless economic growth—a new report released by the IMF on Monday contains an ironic warning: stop doing all that.

Though it perpetuates the idea that economic growth is the master to whom all should bow, the new research—conducted by the IMF’s own economists and submitted under the title Causes and Consequences of Inequality (pdf)—argues that many of the policies promoted by the IMF have actually harmed nations by exacerbating widespread economic inequality….. more

DUH!   For most workers, real wages have barely budged for decades – Pew Research

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The curious incident of the $44,000 prescription

The “eye popping” cost of cancer drugs – $100,000.00 PER PILL

Out-of-network hospital care lands woman $300K bill

Questcor Finds Profits, at $28,000 a Vial  December 29, 2012  The doctor was dumbfounded: a drug that used to cost $50 was now selling for $28,000 for a 5-milliliter vial.


The New Gold Rush Era



“We Honestly Have No Fucking Idea What We’re Doing”, Admits Leading Quantum Physicist |…  We must clear our minds of the thought block produced by the assumption that the quantity C is a factor of absolute limit. We must realize that it is a limiting factor only with respect to two given reference points, and that it is perfectly possible to conceive of a series of consecutive reference points between each two of which a differential equal to the quantity C may exist. energyeconomicresolution

It appears that the whole-scale aversion to Zero Point Energy, a realm of no space or time, lies with the fact that it treads upon the spiritual, metaphysical domain, the third leg on the scientific tripod of reality, governed by the same laws, as above so below (i.e., tripod: physical, mental, spiritual).

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How Alien, Unnatural to EBITDA: “Consider, and Considerate of, Humans”

Denmark Is Considered The Happiest Country



Denmark was crowned the happiest country in the world. “The top countries generally rank higher in all six of the key factors identified in the World Happiness Report,” wrote University of British Columbia economics professor John Helliwell, one of the report’s contributing authors. “Together, these six factors explain three quarters of differences in life evaluations across hundreds of countries and over the years.”  …. more Huffington Post

And then What?

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AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs



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But for the trees……………..(we could see the forest)

 But for the trees……………..(we could see the forest)

Energy and Economy upgrades TOWARD THE HORRIFYING “SUPPORTING LIFE” CONCEPT  is way over due ….

Astounding discovery, Humanity does not HAVE to go through devastating destruction of life, TO LEARN WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN’T in the evolutionary processes!

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The new standard of enlightenment
Sticker shock: $44,000 for a nutritional supplemental

CBS News investigates why a one-month supply of nutritional supplement resveratrol cost so much

How easily, and PROFESSIONALLY, the dragon, eating its own tail, consumes itself. (for those that missed the ‘but for the trees’ analogy in previous post ……..IMPLYING  ‘we could see the forest’ – the necessary course corrections, upgrades in Energy and Economy WOULD COME NATURALLY…….

But for the trees…………………we could see the forest

David has added a prologue with insights and revelations regarding his personal journey; an introduction (“Capitalism and the Suicide Economy”, about the ever-growing inequality and environmental crises); a new conclusion (“A Living Economy for Living Earth”, with highlights of breakthrough system changes); and epilogue (“Our Need for Meaning”). The book is now available from the YES! Magazine online store (see below) and will soon be on the shelves at your favorite local independent book store.

When Corporations Rule the World20th Anniversary Edition, Updated with Two New Chapters David C. Korten Paperback, 384 pages List Price: $22. 95. Price: $19. 95 (You Save 13%) Pre-order your copy now! Ships June 10. New edition of a modern classic: When Corporations Rule the World has sold over 15…


IGNORED OPTIONS:  Visualizing The ‘Matrix’ A Bit Further and Applying the ROC effect.
Challenge Question: Testing VC effects with frequency energy differentials versus velocity energy differentials…..…/visualizing-…

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Factory Farming – Is There a Less Primitive Way?

 Cows are dumb.

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Everyone Should See This Side Of Cows

Collective Evolution – Everyone should see this side of cows. They are very intelligent, extremely emotional beings..The way we treat them his heart-breaking, as they are not often seen in this light.Here is another heart-warming video of cows that were set free after a long winter season:******  Posted by Collective Evolution on Monday, June 1, 2015

As we stop for either/and/or breakfast, lunch, supper – might we ask, IS THERE A BETTER WAY TO FACTORY FARMING?

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  • Cows in the dairy industry spend their lives in a constant cycle of impregnation, birth, and milking with just a few short months of rest between pregnancies.
  • Nearly all cows used for dairy in the U.S. are eventually slaughtered for human consumption. At an average of less than 5 years of age, exhausted cows are considered “spent” and sent to slaughter, and millions of them are eaten by Americans as hamburger. In a natural setting, a cow can live more than 20 years.

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