Surplus Labor Correlated with Probable Events

Time measures the probable occurrence of risk.

A commercial aircraft coming down on the Ukranian border, crossed with a large supply of surplus labor value, can be an event that demands the supply in a catastrophic proportion. That’s why it is absolutely imperative we always keep the supply of surplus labor low and maximize the DISTRIBUTION (not the accumulation) of risk.

If labor is “preoccupied” with doing business world wide (through an open inter-net, for example, which is immediately possible) then the probability we will want to go to war IN THE EVENT of ANYthing is optimally low–IMPROBABLE–at the highest possible speed for everyone.

The probable value (the risk) is commonly divisible.

The solution set is pretty simple when integral values are well defined, uncomplicated by the accidentals.


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