Physical Economy Story

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Wednesday 22 August 2018 by Matthieu Giroux

The physical economy explains to you how goods are produced. It also indicates how it is possible to grow the population, by increasing the standard of living, thanks to human creativity. Human creativity acts on agrifood and industrial production.

In Ancient Greece there were many free citizens. The ancient Greeks used slaves for their industry because there were no motor machines. This seems obvious to you, but this principle of lesser action is called into question today. Indeed, in 2013, many complain about machine tools. The actual problem is that France does not grow industries anymore.

Slavery and wars have caused the implosion of Greek and Roman civilizations. This put a temporary end to Greek scientific discoveries.

The Greeks used geometry a lot in mathematics. They thus defined the principle of least action. This principle makes it easy to create geometric figures. This allowed them to grow their minds to understand how to build into space. Even today, geometry is essential to understand the infinitely small. But it is insufficiently taught since the 1960s.

In the fifteenth century, Nicolas de Cues defined the principle of maximum minimum, linked with the transformation of arc to circle. This demonstration comes from the principle of least action of the Greeks. Nicolas de Cues also demonstrates that it is impossible to create a circle with a polygon. He therefore puts forward the notion of infinity, present everywhere in the universe and in life.
In the sixteenth century, Kepler geometrically determined the weight of the earth by understanding the elliptical ways of the planets of the solar system.

Before Kepler, the ways of the planets were not understood. To understand the ways of planets, Kepler created the cosmographer. By creating the cosmographer, Kepler thus created the foundations of mathematical physics, dependent on geometry. Kepler could never have determined the mass of the earth without his cosmographer.

However, in 2013, geometry is buried in high school in France. It is said that it is to specialize students. Only many students become dependent on their own knowledge, and are unable to grow themselves like that science evolves. Still, finding new ideas makes the scientist. Kepler’s geometry has, however, led to great discoveries.

Leonardo da Vinci created many machines in the fifteenth century. You can see all his creations in different pictures’ books. Leonardo da Vinci has created a lot of kinds of gears, to develop a steam engine. He used the principle of less action, allowing to gain in efficiency.
The steam engine will be developed by Denis Papin in the seventeenth century, thanks to the discovery of stronger alloys. Denis Papin was the collaborator of Leibniz. Leibniz wanted to use the principle of least action to revolutionize mining. Leibniz’s work ranges from philosophy to science and economics. Leibniz sublimed the principle of least action. This principle is present in the physical economy to solve the problems related to slavery. Indeed the machines of his century, even if they brought qualified jobs, required a lot of physical work.
Leibniz supplied his work to the Russia of Peter I, whom sublimed Britain in the eighteenth century in mining. Christiaan Huyghens, another employee of Leibniz, will allow the development of combustion engines, much later, however.

In the nineteenth century the physicist Sadi Carnot understood that geometry allowed to encompass physical phenomena, in order to build machines.
He created the first system to understand the use of heat, on which we still have discoveries to make. Sadi Carnot shows very clearly that there are moments of contraction and relaxation of air in his machine excited by heat.

This system makes it possible to understand thermodynamics, the science of heat. Thermodynamics led to create more combustion engines. On this subject thermodynamics consists to say that there are heat movements, even if Lord Kelvin wanted to show that there would be none, after a while. Lord Kelvin’s work tried to make it seem like everything was becoming scarce. This is contradicted daily by scientific findings.

Here again, the geometry and the principle of least action will make it possible to create the combustion engine. The invention of the combustion engine will allow, with the oil, to give us the possibility for the human being to abolish legislatively the slavery. The engines today allow us to claim a creative human civilization. This is what Alexander Hamilton, Friedrich List and Henry Charles Carey developed with the state bank. This bank creates a public productive currency, a credit for major works, which belongs to the people with a useful protectionism.

The books of Friedrich List and Henry Charles Carey are a public domain work. In these books you have all the economic systems explained. In the book of Friedrich List, the part on Spain and the Methuen treaty learns a lot about the flaws of the monetary economy, where we see that Adam Smith, the guru of the current economy, is really an notorious idiot, who does not even know how a enterprise builder works.

The Larouche-Riemann method is a demonstration of Nicolas de Cues’s work on the self-similar conical action. Leibniz began work in this theorization of the human economy with circular action. Riemann continued the work, allowing Lyndon Larouche to clarify the usefulness of such method, allowing also to see the crisis arriving, while proposing human development. This circular action now makes it possible to understand the economic and human demographic evolution. It replaces the 2-dimensional graphs, which does make it impossible to understand how human economy grows.

Our creative reason has always distinguished us from the animal, as Friedrich Schiller explains. It is also possible to create a society where every citizen grows, a society of researchers. Useful protectionism, which protects industry and agriculture, provides access to this kind of society by protecting human creativity. When we have dripped to creativity, we want to grow.

The monetary economy, by squeezing production with the famous quality-price ratio, squeezes industries, breaks any possibility of protectionism like Roosevelt, then like Mendès France or like De Gaulle. These men allowed people to grow their creative reason. Roosevelt protectionism squeezes every form of usury, especially with a fair currency with real productive value. Roosevelt had this understandable desire to develop Africa. France unfortunately did not want to do that. When we grow the others we grow ourselves.

The physical economy explains that a human economy must be managed humanely, that is, by protecting and embracing human creativity. The physical economy is an economy encompassing the principle of least action, possible thanks to dense energies. This is called labor saving thanks to the density of energy flow. The machines will, indeed, allow the workmen to be quieter, still it is needed them to be favored.

The findings above have allowed a relative population density potential. That is, they have or would have allowed the population to grow by raising the standard of living. In other words, a population that uses an invention with a higher potential for demography is a lot if it makes the right policy choices.


My notes

Why can we grow?