1960's=> microwave technician, ATT Long Lines, DC; engineering technician, aerospace industry:::1970's=> Special Circuits Engineer and Depreciation Engineer, C$P TelCo, DC; founder, owner, manager sound and lighting company and entertainment talent booking agency; :Rockville, MD:::1980's=>builder, owner, manager 24 track audio recording and production facility, Santa Cruz, CA; significant exploration of psychological and spiritual values:::1990's=>audio producer and media technical manager, Computer Curriculum Corp, Sunnyvale, CA:::2000's=>College Professor, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
Monetary reform; saving humanity by doing more with less
Money has evolved from being a commodity to being an information system. The information conveyed is each entities' (person, group, company, etc) claim on the productivity of society. However, our 500+ year old system of economics is still based on neo-Malthusian concepts of scarcity. Human progress remains limited by this archaic model. There is an abundance of potential human productivity. Our monetary and economic systems need to be restructured to reflect this abundance, and permit continued sustainable growth and human development. Saying there is not enough money is equivalent to saying there is not enough zeros to put into a computer.
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