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The Cause to Pause

Utilizing methods that yield to detriment gives us cause to pause. It is a demand existence, often measuring the wrong way to do it right. Instead of a meaningless ontology, IT IS a meaningful ontology. There is no cause without … Continue reading

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The Intending Risk Ontology

Just because we intend to do something doesn’t mean there isn’t an existing ontology. A free market, for example, exists on demand but it still has an obvious, ontological value. Existing in the aggregate dimension, we consider the “zen” of … Continue reading

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Revealed Preference and the Probability of Now

Risk can be shifted to the future, but the more it is displaced from the present the more probable it becomes now. Look at Hobbes’ philosophy. Essentially he is saying that existence on demand is always present. He referred to … Continue reading

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Not Yet Existent

The philosophy of the inexistence exists. It exists in the futures. Technicians assess the causes of the Great Recession without recognizing that trickle-down economic theory failed to deliver the money supply needed to pay the rents. Notice, as Jean-Paul Galibert … Continue reading

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The number you have reached is not in service….

The Dow at <15k? No, you have not been "disconnected" from the "real economy." The number you have reached is no longer in service at this time. Like Ayn Rand said, the capital will enclave to protect its ["rightful"] ownership–its … Continue reading

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