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Understanding the catastrophe risk economy, war on biological threats

Understanding the catastrophe risk economy, war on biological threats

The new Economy, The profit gains from the disorder. The war on germs is making it possible to overcome the ecological limits of a political, economic growth model far from equilibrium.

Do we have a story crisis? Part Thirteen Banking, Capitalism and Monetary Measurement

Do we have a story crisis? Part Thirteen Banking, Capitalism and Monetary Measurement

The Monetary measurement of human well-being in the traditional Gross Domestic Product (GDP) does not work anymore; money is false, corrupt, poisoning of the mind and trigger desire for more. For example, a high GDP has nothing to do with social welfare, because terrorism, diseases, war, drug use, alcohol abuse, cancer, environmental disasters, suicide, hurricanes etc. creates a higher GDP, these issues mentioning is not beneficial for human happiness or well-being, nevertheless looks good on a spreadsheet and bottom line. A corporation does not have a soul; it is a system who does not feel pity, compassion or accountable.

Do we have a story crisis? Part Twelve Epigenetics Science is it the saviour for human survival?

Do we have a story crisis? Part Twelve Epigenetics Science is it the saviour for human survival?

The science of epigenetics fieldworks proves that the economic model of capitalism has massive consequences for the human as well ecological crisis, living a life in the fast lane. Is the essential field of scientifical discovery, the missing puzzle of what makes us who we are and why is near an understanding of the mechanisms and chemistry of human mind, behaviour and how we are affected by environmental factors as well as emotional stressors from parenthood, essentially fetal and early stage of life

Do we have a story crisis? Part Eleven Globalisation, Capitalism and Armed Conflicts

Do we have a story crisis? Part Eleven Globalisation, Capitalism and Armed Conflicts

A borderless world? From Colonialism to Transnationalism over the decline of the nation-state. The ecological crisis is the result of an economic model that since the beginning of the industrial revolution has evolved into a new world order whom a small elite dictates via international organizations and global corporations before the state.