Resource Based Economy
Grant J. Kidney — The following is my exclusive interview with Douglas Mallette, author, systems engineer, and strong proponent of the aims and objectives of the Zeitgeist Movement. Mallette pushes for the removal of money from human culture outright and the establishment of a global, ‘resource based economy’ (or ‘RBE’ for short).
A steady state economy is an economy of relatively stable size. It features stable population and stable consumption that remain at or below carrying capacity .
In a sentence: by increasing the amount and quality of physical goods (through automation) via freely available open-source channels, until it makes no sense for anyone to rely on anything else.
Introduction. WE ARE MISSING THE POINT OF ECONOMICS & FINANCE Are we going to do the same tired routine of fixing and rebuilding a financial system that keeps going through endless cycles of growth, recession, depression, bubbles, crashes and frauds, etc.?
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Does Facebook exploit its users?
Theft, or post-capitalism?
- by Dror Hilman - In a world of accelerated and unexpected development, we should start to separate from the models that dominated society over the past century, and get ready for a dramatic change.
Do you remember the movie Spaceballs?
I probably don’t need to regale you about the economic troubles of our generation.
What about “Democracy” in an R.B.E.?
Is the new supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Labs the most powerful machine on Earth? It might be.
In the first commercial application of CeNSE technology, HP and Shell will build a wireless sensing system to acquire high-resolution seismic data.
Many who read about the Resource-Based Economic (RBE) model wonder how such a thing would be possible ever, especially when many consider it to be possible with today’s technology.
(1) What is The Zeitgeist Movement? The Zeitgeist Movement is an explicitly non-violent, global sustainability advocacy group currently working in over 1000 Regional Chapters across 70 countries.
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