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… Continue reading Value II
We know naught, we weren’t taught, and we truly know aught The very dominant paradigm teaches there is nothing we oughtn’t. If first proven profitable. For profit enhances the profit, even of those it kills, Extremes trickle down Ex culpas (not our fault), we declare. Domini parenti excelsis, (honour that which you are taught) when there… Continue reading Poem’ish?