Michiel Van Kets (el 07/08/14 a las 12:13 pm)
can anybody explain this to me; how are you going to get all the resources
in the system without stealing everything from everybody first?
jenn faire (el 03/07/14 a las 12:31 am)
Criminality is not social, it's chemical. Trying to blame criminal behavior
on society is ridiculous. Who wrote this crap?
George Dominik (el 12/08/14 a las 12:22 am)
But one thing i don't understand , communism was just like zeitgeist
movement , jobs for everybody , food for everybody , houses for everybody ,
no crimes , peaceful life , man is more important than property , family is
most important , people were happy , crimminals were working for state not
state for criminals.
Is this Zeitgeist movement like communism or if not what is different ?
2eelShmeal (el 05/08/14 a las 11:32 pm)
I think he meant "exacerbating" at 2:02:17.
Evdoku (el 09/07/14 a las 11:14 pm)
The invisible hand has NOTHING AT ALL to do with God. The invisible hand
simply states that when supply exceeds demand price will naturally fall,
when demand exceeds equilibrium prices will rise to come about an
equilibrium. What he was saying is that this requires NO planning, it
happens WITHOUGHT intervention in a market. Honestly, what the hell, you
have lied to more than 22 million people. If you will lie about something
so obviously seen as incorrect then it reduces the legitimacy of everything
else in the movie.
damnedmadman (el 20/07/14 a las 1:27 am)
This is just communism - the most wasteful and inefficient system ever
known. Even with the use of powerful supercomputers, it is limited by
correctness and accuracy of the mathematical model applied and the data it
gets. The need to collect more data would be a great excuse for
invigilation and monitoring of an unprecedented scale. Then there is
collectivism and monopoly that would cause low quality and high costs of
produced goods. Finally, people administering that system would be like
gods, and they wouldn't resist the temptation to use that power for their
You have to understand, that no mathematical model can be better than the
reality it simulates. In this case, the system would try to simulate the
free market, just like computer games try to simulate the physics. The free
market does just this, and nothing else can do this better. How do I know
this? Because unregulated nature always provides the best solution.
So what's wrong with the economies of our time? Look what's regulated:
1) Money supply based on fractional reserve banking and fiat currencies
2) Taxation and mandatory social security programmes
3) Governmental interventions on the markets
These in turn cause, respectively:
1) Inflation and debt
2) Unemployment and poverty
3) Monopoly and low quality
Why they are doing this? Because democracy favors ignorance over wisdom. Do
all politicians mean wrong? Generally no, but their means are wrong. They
promise to solve all your problems, so they also need more power and more
money. Poor and uneducated people believe them and vote for them. The
problems remain mostly unsolved but power and money once taken is never
A "minimal state" is the most natural and fair system. Nothing is perfect
in this world, so never believe those who claim they will save you from all
menjavlafitta (el 23/07/14 a las 2:43 pm)
Something that i never understood with this art piece is why the hell is
that very high pitched sound in the movie several times? Seriously, soooo
1st is around 4:15
mdrandro (el 15/07/14 a las 5:49 am)
how can this video have 22 million views if there are only 7 million people
on earth ?!
maquita2000 (el 06/08/14 a las 7:16 pm)
The only problem I see is that we would be so many humans (if we have more
spare time to do anything we want lol and would be having 10 children) that
we, humans, would be unsustainable?
dangputerz (el 04/08/14 a las 5:42 pm)
I fell asleep somewhere around 16 minutes in...