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Global economic impact of untapped human potential

Imagine being shown how we have all been sitting on a goldmine of human potential. But we can now accelerate the 22nd century ahead of time.

 

Economic impact studies show that we would have all been missing out on many hundreds of years of untapped human potential. Worth hundreds of trillions of dollars. Many life-changing inventions from all walks of life. No matter anyone’s ethnicity, gender, social status, disability, political or religious beliefs. An example of such innovations:

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Economic impact of today’s world economics

 

In the 17th century, the world had a population of under 0.7 billion. The industrial revolution began the unlimited exponential growth of consumption. Generally, the more successful commercial organisations are, the better they have become at exploiting this way of life. There is now a population of 8 billion, demand is increasing but resources are decreasing. The defence industry has naturally become the most lucrative market for every country.

Financial institutions create world recessions every 10 years.

Economic Impact

Most governments and financial experts agree world economics is highly volatile and impossible to understand. Because it does not work. A robust economy would not be dependent on exponential growth. Some examples of how today’s world economics need to change:

  • COVID-19 Vaccine – The irony of this pandemic destroying today’s world economy. Financial institutions are making billions more with all nations borrowing excessively. But, having effective economics and infrastructure for an immunisation programme would mitigate this. The most capable pharmaceutical development agencies are competing for patents.
  • To maintain the unworkable debt system, we overconsume. Most consumer products are designed to perish just after warranty. Encouraging throwaway and repurchase.

 

People in lower-income countries have more meaningful lives

Many studies show that a growing economy does not make nations happier. There are less well-off countries that have more meaningful lives than richer nations. The coronavirus pandemic is making more economies consume less. Many are reflecting on their way of life. The following affiliates’ comprehensive studies show paradoxes between world economics, individual and national wealth, and having worthwhile lives:

 

Governments embrace the value of diversity