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Time For Alstry To Provide Solutions In The Udder World



January 20, 2011 – Comments (7)

In order to provide solutions, we must first understand the problem.  The world is globalizing and there is no way around it.  In addition, many of the functions currently being performed by humans will be replaced by computers in the very near future.  In an economy based on human employment, and consumption based on that employment, radical changes will have to be instituted in order to create a sustainable system in the Digital Age/UdderWorld.

In America, 70-85% of the average family's income goes to taxes, interest, and insurance.

In many Developing nations, 70-85% of income goes to food and fuel.

In a world that is globalizing, such a massive structural difference is not sustainable without massive changes to reach equilibrium.  For example, right now the trend is for American companies to outsource the higher paying American R&D jobs to lower paying India and China graduating massive amounts of engineers each year.  With advancements in communication, the geographical advantages for technological development has been eliminated....and cost has become the primary factor.

So how does America lower cost for labor?....easy, make it easier for labor to function in its society.  Since 70-85% of Americans income goes to taxes, interest and insurance........WE MUST RADICALLY LOWER THESE COSTS IN ORDER FOR AMERICA TO BE COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE.

If we deliver education online, we can essentially deliver education for free....and education is the primary cost component in state and local expenses.  In addition, we can eliminate the need for 4 million teachers to travel back and forth to school everyday saving massive amounts of fuel and congestion.

Congestion alone costs America over $100 Billion dollars per year.

Traffic Cost US $114.8 Billion in 2009, Texas Institute Says

If we did the same for colleges and universities.....the savings would be massive....which could then be used to subsidize healthcare elimating the need for health insurance for all Americans.

Just in this blog, we have saved well over $1 Trillion dollars, about 10% of the current GDP, per year by moving education online and providing FREE basic health insurance to EVERY citizen.

We can address the massive savings achieved by consolidating governments as technology will drive massive efficiencies to government administration and thus LOWER THE NEED TO PAY SO MUCH IN TAXES.  Why do we need so many cities, so many counties, and so many states?  Yes, the changes are convulsive, but they will make America competitive, sustainable and reduce the need for so many to work so hard or earn as much.

We can eliminate the need for the postal service as email replaces snail mail....and this blog is simply touching on a few of the solutions we at consulting will promote.

Imagine if you didn't have to pay taxes, insurance, or could earn 1/3 of what you are making now and still have more disposable income then the present.

Alstry told you the changes would be convulsive....but convulsive doesn't have to be bad at

It is just the beginning....the shutting down of the Industrial Age will open many doors in the Digital Age.....doors that are impossible to see right now.  But as I promised a few years ago, Alstry would become positive....and we are rapidly approaching that time.  But with any change, we must replace the old with the new.....and many will have a difficult time with the change...and why was provide an unpastuerized view into the Digital Age.

As I have reapeatedly is not the end of the world, simply the end of a world as you knew it....and the beginning of

7 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On January 20, 2011 at 11:08 PM, HarryCaraysGhost (87.66) wrote:


Have to admit that I'm digging the new look of your site.

The headlines underneath the pics are a nice touch.

If I may offer one critisism, the headlines on your new posts at the top seem a bit long winded- So I would work on some simple yet snappy headlines.

Wouldn't The Economy Be Stronger If Citizens Got Aid Like AIG?

Should Most Americans Turn In Their Automobiles?
(and just work from home in the digital age)

Why Worry About Alqaeda-Auto Accidents Kill 40-50K PER YEAR

Traffic Congestion Costs America OVER $100 Billion Per Year

Manufacturers Recalled Over 20 Million Vehicles In 2010

And you went a bit overboard on the bold font.

As always I'm just an observer, who tries to be helpful by watching the evolution of your site. I never actually click the links. Got my own thoughts and ideas. 

Best O' Luck.


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#2) On January 20, 2011 at 11:54 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Bold softer and titles shorter

Here is the title to the AIG link:

Government auditor: AIG stronger thanks to aid

We would all be stronger if we were able to borrow at the same rate the AIG executives borrowed.

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#3) On January 21, 2011 at 12:41 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (87.66) wrote:

What about this one?

Should Americans Turn In Their Automobiles?
(and just work from home in the digital age)

It's not in link form, and you really don't need the second line. It gives away what your trying to say in the title. I say leave the readers wanting more.


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#4) On January 21, 2011 at 1:55 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:


and now Alstry has a facebook page.

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#5) On January 21, 2011 at 2:39 AM, HarryCaraysGhost (87.66) wrote:


I'm glad that you like yourself Alstry :)

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#6) On January 21, 2011 at 5:47 AM, Upstar75 (< 20) wrote:

I do think that what really needs to be changed is your mentality, America is not strongest, boldest biggest and the best.

What you have to do is stop living the way you do currently, stop eating the way you do currently and stop behaving the way you do currently.

You are probably the only nation in history that continues to wage war against other nations, if you count how many wars you have engaged in the short period as a free nation it’s astonishing. Before you make any changes stop the wars it’s costing you billions.

You are probably the only nation in the world that accepts overweight as a life style.

The amount of fat people in America is crazy, do you really need to eat that much.

Before you make any changes make a change to your life style, stop eating so much and your healthcare cost will reduce substantially.

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#7) On January 21, 2011 at 5:54 AM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

Things that make you go hmmm ....

Found this story re. how American companies are finding that it is taking longer to get things produced in China .. and it's not necessarily the answer to cheap labor anymore ... many American co's are ramping up their production back in the states ... it's about time!

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