20 November 2011 [BR for Everyone]
On economic instability: how oil corroded America

Modern economic instability and the problem of surplus distribution from a natural science viewpoint

In October 2011 it was announced that the human population had exceeded seven billion and continued to grow. On this occasion here we will consider the interrelated ecological and economic problems associated with population growth and the strong resource-dependence of the modern market-based civilization.

Contents:
1. Labor of animals and man: the surplus difference
2. Millionaires, billionaires and the human population size
3. Why is concentration of surpluses encouraged/tolerated?
4. Property over raw resources: An economic black hole
5. Crisis in the developed world: how oil corroded the U.S. from inside
6. Closing remarks: a biotic regulation outlook

Energy dependence, oil price and public debt in the U.S.A.

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