[ExI] How slow is capitalism?

Jones Murphy morphy at alumni.caltech.edu
Fri Apr 29 03:53:15 UTC 2011

You are welcome to go to live at the level of human development which
existed when the Fed started. Once again, all you need to do is to
move to a cabin in the wilderness, or to move to many undeveloped
countries, where you will be free of Fed abuse and have money which
will never deteriorate in value. Enjoy.

On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 12:24 AM, Samantha Atkins <sjatkins at mac.com> wrote:
> On 04/28/2011 03:42 AM, Jones Murphy wrote:
>> Keith is on to something here. While I obviously wouldn't agree with
>> any law prohibiting me from doing what I do now, I certainly didn't
>> leave physics for Wall St because quantum optics or general relativity
>> were boring.
> Oh yeah.  Government tilting the playing field has worked so especially well
> to date.  It has produced such super abundant societies with huge surpluses
> that we should obviously do much more of it.  If the government had not
> stole so much  that the dollar is now worth 3 cents compared to when the
> Federal Reserve started then there would very likely be much much more money
> chasing physicists and other specialties than there is today.
> - samantha
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