Market Curiosity: Exploring Markets And Systems

January 23, 2011

Where’s the big bust? Is the new system growing faster than the old one is crashing?

Filed under: Systems — Tags: , , , — Jeff Fitzmyers @ 12:36 pm

I have entertained thoughts that everything would have com crashing down by now. Economies are complex adaptive systems, and they can crash. Many economies are wallowing in debt and malinvestment. Why have they not crashed?

Our Diversity Supports Our Individual Freedoms… While your societies continue to try to dictate and enforce human behavior to please the majority – because of your diversity, it continues to be an uncomfortable struggle that, again and again, falls of its economic weight. There simply is not enough money in the world to buck the natural currents of individual freedom and independence of thought. — Abraham

Even ‘disincarnate’ entities get it! What is going on??? …there has to be a constant flow of energy to maintain the organisation of [a complex adaptive] system. A speculation is that Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology, is actually very near — maybe it is like a bubble growing under the current system? And as the bubble grows and solidifies, the old system’s parts are repurposed before they hit the ground. Is the new system is growing faster than the old one is crashing.

Another aspect of this theory is the idea that much humanity could experience a civilization level reset from a large coronal mass ejection. Possibly this is a projection from a civilization that is individuating. The archetypical teenager is learning to say “no”, to have boundaries, to the archetypical authority figure, the Sun. The teenager anxiously procrastinates, acts out, and finally is able to say “no”. Afterward, things were not nearly as horrible as imagined.


+ When will it all finally blow up?

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