Occupy Wall St.-NYC-ReEnvisioning Money-Charles Eisenstein-October 24-2011-film by Antonio Ferrera


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Occupy Wall St.-NYC-ReEnvisioning Money-Charles Eisenstein-October 24-2011 Author Charles Eisenstein speaks at 60 Wall. St. His books are :Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics Filmed by. Antonio Ferrera

Canal: News & Politics
Subido: 27/10/11 a las 11:01 pm
Autor: Antonio Ferrera

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David Knaack (el 10/11/11 a las 11:00 pm)
I wonder if a system like BitCoin could be constructed such that each bitcoin decays in value over time. I think this would be difficult to do effectively in a sustainable decentralized way. However, why should it be sustainable? A grain-based local economy ( http://arcana.wikidot.com/grain-based-local-currency ) renews/replaces it's currency each season. Perhaps a better model would be a virtual currency in which the decay rate over time is fixed, but where new 'harvests' of tokens are introduced periodically. This leaves open a question of who could introduce new token production algorithms.
James Barrow (el 20/11/11 a las 4:52 am)
Charles Eisenstein at OWS Good video about money/debt in relation to OWS.
James Johnson (el 20/11/11 a las 5:58 am)
Charles Eisenstein at OWS Good video about money/debt in relation to OWS.
Bee Bee Banks (el 25/11/12 a las 3:24 am)
One of the best Charles Eisenstein video on you tube I have found so far, + see youtube video: Charles Eisenstein Sacred Economics 
screw youtube (el 21/11/11 a las 8:12 pm)
@1519kyle I feel the "gift economy" would work really well and should be our end goal, but as he said he takes a shift on consciousness. Transitioning to that point will likely require several approaches to tweak the current system such as ecological economics and other resource-based strategies
Ingemar Nilsson (el 12/11/11 a las 11:35 am)
Great talk and ideas Charles! When he talks about pollution taxes at 16:18 it reminds me of at story I one heard. A european company building excavators was incorporated into a large multimanufacturer of excavators. The engineers went to their new head office and were presented with machines that were maid there. They were surprised to se a lot of "peasant-engineering" with heavy stuff and uncomfortable driver seats etc. Why? Low taxes on fuel and no laws on driver's working environment...
freesk8 (el 22/11/11 a las 6:49 am)
For an alternative view, look up Francisco D'Anconia on The Root of Evil or money speech. It is not money that is the problem. It is the bad choices that people make regarding money that is the problem. Money is just a vehicle. But it can not replace you as the driver. True money, gold and silver-based money, are voluntary and honest. We give to those we love. But there will always be many others whom we do not love, and whom we want to deal with "at arms length." Money is useful here.
albanypeacenik (el 27/01/12 a las 3:52 am)
The chain of influential economists must now read something like: Hume, Smith, Marx, Kaynes, Hayek, Friedman and next Charles Eisenstein.
benandreas369 (el 09/05/13 a las 5:56 am)
Or we just get rid of money. We CAN calculate resources using science, even if free marketers don't think so. We have automation to produce enough food for the planet to create an abundance. Peter Diamandis abundance u tube it!
1fredjohn (el 08/03/13 a las 10:56 pm)
Let the amendment establish "That all revenues durived from the lending of new monies authorized by our treasury shall become the asset of the american citizens and shall be deposited monthly into the General Social Security Fund and that these revenues shall no longer be the profits of the money privileged corportation. Join us. to put meaning back into citizenship. Help creat the citizens right to the citizens dollars.

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