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November 12, 2011 – Comments (5)

The World is Financially Bankrupt under the current economic model...we can't keep bailing out financial assets and NOT the underlying cashflow much longer.  The Predatory lending model is collapsing globally right before our eyes as a new system is emerging.   Getting from here to there will be change.....but in order for a rubber band to funciton, it must be stretched.

STEP ONE:  Sustainble Consumption and Living 

With 7 Billion people...humanity can't keep consuming like this if we expect the world to advance and humanity not to destroy itself.  We must consume less non renewable resources if we want more to be able to consume.

The first step is to develop a sustainable lifestyle platform for humanity.  Without a doubt, population clustering is far more sustainable than the current small town/suburb way of life many in America live.....

New York - the Most Energy-Efficient City in the Country ...

Many will not like this change.  The change will be convulsive....just like leaving the farm for the city was for early Americans....but it will pave the way for an improved and much more sustainable lifestyle for future generations....globally. 

As we move away from consuming natural resources to a greater focus on digital consumption...with a very small carbon/resource footprint....daily living will increasingly resemble the current life many experience colleges and universities.

For some of us, even though we didn't have much money or consume a lot at school....that period was was a great time in our lives.

But in order to get from here to there....we must destroy this current system......including many things you call the world as you know it....

welcome to the

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#1) On November 12, 2011 at 10:38 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

In a Zombulated World...the perception of industrial wealth can evaporate quickly.

Once-richest Irishman declared bankrupt -

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#2) On November 12, 2011 at 10:51 AM, buffalonate (45.74) wrote:

I see 67 people like your website Udderworld.  That is embarrassing considering how much time you spend promoting it.  You have failed so stop the ranting.

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#3) On November 12, 2011 at 11:04 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Do you think I am concerned about being embarrassed?

One time the President of a company stood up at a holiday party and said he was going to bankrupt me in front of all the employees...a company I was suing for issues involving shareholder misrepresentation that occured as the company went private....and me and my friends were substantail shareholders.

In the end...after a few years of the Delaware court system and being defended by some of the largest law firms and supported by large investment banks and a well known expert economist....guess who won?

Justice always prevails in the

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#4) On November 12, 2011 at 3:12 PM, Frankydontfailme (29.40) wrote:

Alstry, I agree with you that decreased consumption and increased recycling of resources is pivotal. 

You don't say how to achieve this, though. Do you believe it must be centrally planned? Who's to say the central planners will look out for interest rather than their buddies' recycling companies?

Do you believe we can achieve this without central planning? I suppose one could argue that educating the populace could push people in this direction of consumption responsibility. Self-interest is human nature, however, and I don't think this is a realistic possibility.

 More reasonably, shouldn't we move towards freedom and free markets? If we eliminate central bankers and central planners and allow markets to work, the cost of consumption will become apparent. Industries will arise that produce cheap energy (rather than whatever energy the central planners subsidize). We could smooth out the business cycle without a fed which artificially decreases interest rates (artificially increasing borrowing, consumption, and malinvestment) so we could cut out the waste.

Ultimately we may find that human innovation is able to save us for a while, with more efficient energy sources, eliminated the need for stark "solutions". 

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#5) On November 12, 2011 at 4:24 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

With Digital Consumption.....there is very little resource consumption.

This can be applied in finance, education, retail and government.

It is already replacing the post office and over 200,000 vehicles in the United States alone...same with movies, music, and books.

We can get rid of the vast majority of our current brick and mortar footprint and the need to maintain it....

It is why we are heading to a

I can go into greater depth in future posts and at udder world.

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