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I am a semi-retired self employed business owner who designs and builds instruments and machines. Obtained a BS in Sociology (with minors in Physics and Math) in the 1960's and became interested in studying the structural violence built into our social, political and economic systems as an avocation.

I live off grid with my wife in an earth sheltered home I built in rural central Kansas.


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All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
(16 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 28, 2016
Part 6, Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It In this final article of the series we summarize the first five articles, and discuss moving from our present money system to the use of more just and resilient money. Following the edict that we don't concentrate on what is wrong, but on creating something that serves those of us who use it, and promotes providing what we need and want, instead of profit, we create a new system, and let the old one go its own way.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 21, 2016
Part 5, Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It Natural capital and human capital are not directly a part of the money system, but they are a significant part of what money is used to value, so they need to be considered in the discussion of money.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, October 15, 2016
Part 4, Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It Now we turn our attention to alternatives to our present money that are currently being considered.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Part 3, Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It In this third article of our series we will address the present money system that we live under. The reader will see how its structure leads to very different results than the structure of Simple Money.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 7, 2016
Part 2, Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It In the first installment of this series we described simple money. In this second article we will talk about the kinds of relationships that this system engenders, and how it understands money capital.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
All about what money does,but nothing about what money is., From FlickrPhotos
(5 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, October 6, 2016
Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It, Part 1 This article is the first in a series that will define money, and then look at the different ways that it can be organized. In this first installment we will define money and describe a simple system that clarifies money operation.
Series: "Democratic Network Money: Commons Money that Works for Us, Instead of Us Working for It (6 Articles, 4781 views)
(8 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, May 4, 2015
Seigniorage, Its relation to Justice, Trust and Commitment Seigniorage is something that usually only policy wonks talk about, but if we want to discuss money as a justice issue, it is a pivotal concept that needs a more general understanding. What we propose to do is go beyond the standard definition to describe and discuss the function of seigniorage in trade. We will find that it functions in very different ways, according to the way money is organized.
(5 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, March 22, 2015
A rock and a hard place -- Our money system in crisis: The Greece and Cyprus credit crises as prototypes Our money system is in trouble. it has to grow, but it can't continue to grow. The situation in Greece and the experience in Cyprus are examples of how things are going to go. Lets start thinking about alternatives.
Sometimes old structures are replaced organically by new growth, From ImagesAttr
(7 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, March 9, 2015
A response to "Facilitating a Disruptive Emergence To Replace the Existing Elite System Running the Planet by Rob Kall" Rob Kall speaks of disruptive emergence. Continuing that train of thought leads to possible directions and experiments.
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(6 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, February 12, 2014
The Monetary Cliff: Its the Driver behind Deficits and the Fiscal Cliff - Rethinking our Centralized Fiat Money System We are told that money is such a complex issue that it isn't understandable by the layman. We disagree and describe the rules of money, and their practical and moral implications, including money's instability and the immanent monetary cliff. This understanding makes it possible to consider alternative money rules that serve the market better, and that promote an economy that is stable, just, resilient, and democratic.