Comment: Power made Scarce

(See in situ)

In reply to comment: Ill gotten gains (see in situ)

Power made Scarce

“If all the Trillions of Dollars Spent on keeping the Monopoly Money Fraud Power maintained, destroying so much in that effort, was spent only on Solar Panels, nothing else, and sold at cost, or "given" away, instead of all that actual, measurable, destruction there would be how much production measurable as electricity and whatever was made with electricity?

How much would electricity cost if every bomb, missile, military base overseas, solider, food, clothing, supplies, shipped overseas, was turned back in time, all the way back to the decision to invade Pennsylvania by Washington in 1794, and instead of that investment in maintaining the Money Monopoly Fraud business, all that POWER was exclusively spent on making Solar Panels, how much would electricity cost per Kilowatt/Hour now?

What would the world be like if no one ever had to work another minute to pay for transportation fuel, home heating fuel, and every single business that requires fuel, POWER, no longer had to add that cost to the price of what they sell?

What, instead of spending all that POWER on destroying things to keep the Money Monopoly Fraud Power secure, was instead spent on making more POWER out of less POWER?”
Your explanation of how power has been kept scarce and how that power could be used to make life more abundant is excellent.

I cannot remember if I told you this before, but here in our little town years and years ago the owners of the propane tank filling business (everyone has their own tank here, not underground lines) blocked a new industry from coming to this town. The new industry needed to put in propane lines which would have helped the people of the town, but the owners of the tank business did not want their business ruined. So no industry is here in our town, people are on welfare, the drug industry is here, and those people with the tank business, well, one of them was a state senator when we moved here. But their RV business on they hwy and furniture business on Main Street are no longer operating because there is no money here. They don’t even own the propane business anymore. That protection of their own business stagnated their other businesses and killed the town. When we moved here there were 700. The new census signs are out…there are now 645.

We talk about increasing the size of our church building because we are out of space. Jeff already preaches 2 services. There have been thoughts of moving to a spot on the hwy. A well respected 92 year old widow, the WWII Baton Widow (who we love) said she would not want a building on any other property. Where would more people be reached? Where would the church be more visible? I think it is hard for people to see past their own current desires to see that which is beneficial for the future.
“If you want we can go through the math in the link provided to help illustrate the point and make the point relevant to this:”

I have to down load java to see the math work. I didn’t do it because I have this notebook and it has very little RAM. I need more POWER lol :)
"How about that for a chapter title: If you can’t beat them join them and then discuss how joining them actually ruins power/abundance?"
A next step is to pick a pamphlet size, a size of the paper, which makes me think, since I have regular letter paper printers, so that will be a possible determining factor.
I like that as a title. Which is Chapter 1? “
I want to make sure you got my words here:
“I want to make sure you checked out the links on amazon provided by your Instructions link. That link allows you to create an author page and link back to your own website. It doesn't matter to which is used. I just want to make sure you saw the information.

I think that we can launch into which ever topic most interests you. We can always reorganize chapters if we wish, can't we?

As far as which chapter is first, I think we want to make sure it is one that draws the reader's desire to continue to read.

So, a banking scene might be interesting. Would it work to do that first and then explain political economy? Or is the groundwork of political economy necessary first? I don't know. But anyways, I think which ever inspires you the most right now should be the one worked on first.”
As far as size of paper, standard is probably best since that is what is available to print both at my end and yours. If that sounds good to you, it is good for me. Whatever you decide I will be happy with.
Thank you for clearing up the message on gold to me. I think in such small terms. I was thinking you would think it wrong if I were to ever find some gold to buy…or silver. But you know, we really don’t worry about those things here in this house. I don’t recognize the immense wealth of some people. It is a thought that does not enter my mind. Maybe when I see someone driving a brand new RV with a jeep and 4 wheelers trailing behind I wonder how someone can even afford the gas, but I suppose those are small pickings compared to what you are talking about: Wealth that moves world affairs. I was wrong about our van…it has over 200,000 miles on it… and I am still content to drive it till it dies. No the doors don’t open automatically and there are no drop down tv screens, but when I turn the key, the engine starts.
One thing that I notice between this forum and yours, I have a ME page on this forum so I can see who I need to reply to. What if there were a bunch of users on your forum leaving replies. Is there a way to keep track of who is last in a conversation and where the conversation(s) are/is? You know, sometimes I have several conversations going on at once, or perhaps someone will answer a question of mine days later. That information shows up on my me page so I know where I need to talk.

There will be a day when there is no need for the sun”
• Revelation 21:23 KJV
And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.

It is unfathomable:
• 1 Corinthians 2:9 KJV
But as it is written , Eye hath not seen , nor ear heard , neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.