imageLong-time readers know that from time-to-time, as we attempted to wrap our brains about really, really big problems, we will resort to a blend of fact and fiction in order to make sense of the data that is accumulating before our eyes.

In doing so, we often come up with startling – and oftentimes amusing – takes on the world around us which – in turn – drives better informed investment decisions.  By acknowledging fiction and using it to sketch in some of the detail, we are driven to clearer perception of the facts.

As I was writing up my research outlines this week on our latest batch of home-spun gravity reduction/reduced-mass experiments, it became clear that even modest success in our pursuits could cause monumental problems in terms of World Management.

The concept – world management – is not something that is held in sharp focus.  In fact, I may be one of the few people who talks about it in public. Most conspir5acy types blame the wrong groups. But the concept is simple:  Suppose for a moment, that there have been undisclosed breakthroughs that the whole world is not ready for.  What is there are breakthroughs that would collapse the economy?  How?  Oh, take your pick:  Whole industries becoming pointless overnight would be one.  Another would be mass layoffs of millions of people worldwide.  You get to a threshold…

It doesn’t matter whether the source of the breakthrough is a crashed UFO a mere 90-miles from the first atomic tests at Alamogordo/Trinity, whether there was something found in Russia after the Tunguska event, or whether the Germany Ahnenerbe actually achieved a break-through in anti-gravitics, or if there is some yet-to-be-disclosed aspect of nuclear explosions…

The point is that any one of these might hold a secret so powerful that if released “into the wild” of today’s world would result in an instant global economic depression in which billions would die.

That’s because any one of these would be such a massive economic disrupter that whole nations would fall and the resulting economic calamity would result in mass starvation.

So while we will do our usual top news hits and the long chart0intensive look at investments in the economy (hardly necessary as Ure’s new highs are coming, or so it seems), the real concept in today’s report is to further our work in the economic implicates of disruptive technologies and propose some novel solutions, using the vehicle of pure fiction which is far more suitable to brain-stretching that building formulae and showing how dead most of the world would be if too big a breakthrough was to allowed to occur without…..well, that’s where we get into the story.

Long-time readers know that from time-to-time, as we attempted to wrap our brains about really, really big problems, we will resort to a blend of fact and fiction in order to make sense of the data that is accumulating before our eyes.

In doing so, we often come up with startling – and oftentimes amusing – takes on the world around us which – in turn – drives better informed investment decisions.  By acknowledging fiction and using it to sketch in some of the detail, we are driven to clearer perception of the facts.

As I was writing up my research outlines this week on our latest batch of home-spun gravity reduction/reduced-mass experiments, it became clear that even modest success in our pursuits could cause monumental problems in terms of World Management.

The concept – world management – is not something that is held in sharp focus.  In fact, I may be one of the few people who talks about it in public. Most conspir5acy types blame the wrong groups. But the concept is simple:  Suppose for a moment, that there have been undisclosed breakthroughs that the whole world is not ready for.  What is there are breakthroughs that would collapse the economy?  How?  Oh, take your pick:  Whole industries becoming pointless overnight would be one.  Another would be mass layoffs of millions of people worldwide.  You get to a threshold…

It doesn’t matter whether the source of the breakthrough is a crashed UFO a mere 90-miles from the first atomic tests at Alamogordo/Trinity, whether there was something found in Russia after the Tunguska event, or whether the Germany Ahnenerbe actually achieved a break-through in anti-gravitics, or if there is some yet-to-be-disclosed aspect of nuclear explosions…

The point is that any one of these might hold a secret so powerful that if released “into the wild” of today’s world would result in an instant global economic depression in which billions would die.

That’s because any one of these would be such a massive economic disrupter that whole nations would fall and the resulting economic calamity would result in mass starvation.

So while we will do our usual top news hits and the long chart0intensive look at investments in the economy (hardly necessary as Ure’s new highs are coming, or so it seems), the real concept in today’s report is to further our work in the economic implicates of disruptive technologies and propose some novel solutions, using the vehicle of pure fiction which is far more suitable to brain-stretching that building formulae and showing how dead most of the world would be if too big a breakthrough was to allowed to occur without…..well, that’s where we get into the story.

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