Posts Tagged ‘energy


Value II

The valuation of goods is based on rarity, as perceived through an anthropomorphic veil.

True value, can only be represented as the energetic costs of their production.

The work required to extract and consume minerals is worthless unless repeatable. I will make reference to a greater wisdom than mine:

Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money

We are caught in a logical fallacy, a religious belief that the means of production represent value, when in fact they largely represent destruction of real value, in the consumption of life itself.



So, let us imagine there is energy,
outside of the system,
On a different mass or pressure gradient
Outside of space would be
the area that space has expanded into

The expansion of space would
Cause this system to push back
Hey bitch
You are making your space out of my space
Even if in a different dimension

Like adolescent space pimples
The energy in the space being expanded into
Would find weaknesses in the bubble
The differential existential pressure
would burst at galactic size

If space is expanding into temporal dimensions
if a black hole is the energetic equivalent of a pressure gradient,
changing the energy of mass,
what is it changing in to?



I liked:

In Wolfgang Pauli’s 1945 Nobel lecture[64] he made clear his opposition to the idea of zero-point energy stating “It is clear that this zero-point energy has no physical reality”.

Seems to me the wave equation couldn’t exist without energy?