Whole Industrial and Economic
In a nutshell, the birth of information technologies enabled every industrial and environmental function of our twentieth century to simultaneously meet both its zenith and Waterloo.
With virtually every 20th century industry utilizing advanced information technologies simultaneously to achieve both manufacturing excellence and environmental balance, we as a nation collectively achieved technologically advanced industrial and economic obsolescence in the process. As technology removed the work force and the consumer from the equation of continuously being able to afford what factories were capable of producing, it did as well remove from that same equation, the ability of the consumer to own stock in companies that historically produced dividends for both the working American white and blue collar middle American investor.
With the driving force of our 20th century economy being the successful development of any and all industries having anything at all to do with energy production and consumption, the same driving force is what should be supporting the economic growth of our 21st century economy. But as there is still such an overarching ideological separateness that exists within the combined energy sectors that remain the highly unstable economic foundations of our 20th century economy, re-worked and re-orchestrated they quite obviously become the keyways to our 21st century non-separateness.
Global warming “experts” swear by their belief that all that is happening to our planet is manmade. If we don’t soon become entirely aware of the fact that we are collectively destroying the planet, the planet will soon destroy us. While the evidence these experts rely upon is based upon some rather high brow assertions of a scientific community run entirely amuck, virtually every one of these assertions is true and virtually every one of these assertions runs parallel to the capacity our 21st century industrial sector has to apply new technological and environmental innovation to what is clearly the need to restate our whole relationship with the planet we have come to call home.
Having said this, forget entirely about carbon credits and cap and trade for a moment and look instead to proactive commodity futures trading.
As futures trading has historically enabled the price of any earth based commodity ie; soy beans, coal, oranges, precious metals, oil etc. to weave into an industrial economy that relies upon these commodities to produce the products that come from industrial mechanisms, environmental interaction within the foundation of a progressive industrial economy has as a result, always been paramount.
Solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, bio-fuel energy, the supposed “free and clean earth energy resources” that have, over the course of the last four decades come to personify our capacity to embrace a healthier earth consciousness are not in any manner whatsoever an end all to the elimination of man’s ongoing obsession with either caring for the planet or exploiting its natural resources for personal economic gain, they are simply new ideas that require new technology in order to move the civilizations that inhabit the planet to a continuously enlightened environmental and industrial and economic relationship with the earth based commodities man has always used.
The horrendously wrong thinking of both environmental scientists and economic theorists today in 2010 therefore, is that instead of allowing overall industrial investment to move forward within the realm of common sense and purely evolutionary reinvestment of the very earth based commodities we as Americans have historically been able to turn into models of community industrial development and economic exchange without much effort, scientists and economic theorists are choosing to forgo entirely the fundamentals of pure and simple industrial invention and broad spectrum economic expansion by regulating the new industrial idea before it actually has been able to take root on one hand and by wrongfully redirecting potentially enormous quantities of latent 20th century industrial investment capital entirely away from both the commodity and the industrial mechanism that would enable the sound rationale of the new industrial idea from flourishing to begin with.
Solar and Wind Energy Based Commodities
The stewardship I am speaking of is threefold:
One of those forms is passive in nature.
The passive form is realized virtually any time anyone who has a basement beneath their home, goes into that basement only to realize how constant the temperature in that basement remains. Regardless of the time of year or geographical locale, the basement temperature remains more or less constant.
Well, first of all, there would be very little time set aside for watching your favorite television show. As you would be too damn busy covering yourself with the dust of your reconstructive housing ambitions, you would as well, be too damn busy managing the financial portfolio associated with placing the debris removed from your home renovation project into the bins filled with commodities being directed back to their collective and original source of industrial processing to be fully re-processed and re-invested in.