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24-06-2015, 04:36 PM
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(24-06-2015 02:15 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  It is really great that we live in such a society where our EXPERTS can leave out important information whenever they want.

You are utterly unqualified to know what information is necessary. You don't even understand how the buildings were designed, so you can't know how they fell.

Quote:Consider our so called 'economy'. Don't cars purchased by consumers wear out? Doesn't that mean they depreciate? There were 200,000,000 cars in this country in 1995.

When have you ever heard our economists talk about how much consumers lose on the depreciation of automobiles every year? At $1,500 per car per year that would be $300,000,000,000 every year. A bit much for our economists to ignore don't you think? That is far more than the cost of the Twin Towers and this happens every year, year after year. Get an economics book and look up NET Domestic Product. Economists don't mention NDP much. Our economists can't do algebra.

Oh, you're an expert in economics now? Consider

Quote:Raymond Goldsmith is the only PhD economist to point this out and that was in 1952. He died in 1988. So the United State killed a million Vietnamese for an economic system built on bad math.

How does that relate to the war in Vietnam?

Quote:Do you file depreciation on your car every year? Do the Laws of Physics keep it from wearing out if you don't?

Ever notice that playing ego games has no effect on physics?

What ego games are those? Consider

Quote:What about depreciation on refrigerators, air conditioners, televisions and computers? 9/11 is pretty trivial compared to defective algebra in economics for the entire planet.

http://www.spectacle.org/1199/wargame.html

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24-06-2015, 05:23 PM
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THIS JUST IN: Self-Proclaimed Expert Says All Experts in Relevant Field Are Wrong.
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24-06-2015, 07:13 PM
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(24-06-2015 04:36 PM)Chas Wrote:  Do you simply accept every nutty idea that you read and reject reality?

Nutty idea? Are you trying to tell us that automobiles purchased by consumers do not depreciate?

http://www.money-zine.com/calculators/au...alculator/

Is the NET Domestic Product equation too difficult for you?

http://www.amosweb.com/cgi-bin/awb_nav.p...ic+product

Or can't you handle the algebra to notice that the purchase of durable consumer goods gets added to GDP but the depreciation of those same goods does not get subtracted in subsequent years?

Oh yeah, the EXPERTS with degrees tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Anything else is a "nutty idea" because you can't cope with the algebra. No wonder you are confused about Potential Energy. Laugh out load

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24-06-2015, 08:20 PM
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(24-06-2015 05:23 PM)Kaepora Gaebora Wrote:  THIS JUST IN: Self-Proclaimed Expert Says All Experts in Relevant Field Are Wrong.

You are free to point to a link where economists specify numbers for depreciation of durable consumer goods for any country.

How about pointing to where economists explain why that data is irrelevant?

No, let's debate about Keynes versus Hayek.

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-14366054

That is what is really important.

Keynes dies in 1946 and Hayek in 1992. Can American economists specify the depreciation of all of the consumer cars since either date? Laugh out load

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24-06-2015, 08:33 PM (This post was last modified: 24-06-2015 08:41 PM by GirlyMan.)
RE: 9/11 EXPOSED
(24-06-2015 08:20 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  That is what is really important.

Keynes dies in 1946 and Hayek in 1992.

Why is that "really important"?

(24-06-2015 08:20 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  Can American economists specify the depreciation of all of the consumer cars since either date? Laugh out load

That number would mean what? I should not buy a car because it's gonna wear out? ....

You're not quite right in the head brother and this is coming from a brother who ain't quite right in the head.

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24-06-2015, 08:37 PM
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The relevant depreciation in this thread is the loss of humor. Can we get the looney tune back to expostulating his conspiracy theory? This economics stuff bores the shit out of any right-thinking adult.
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24-06-2015, 08:48 PM
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BREAKING: Local man presents bullshit to distract from his main argument.

Also thinks that economists are at standstill since famous economists died.

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24-06-2015, 09:28 PM
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(24-06-2015 08:33 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  
(24-06-2015 08:20 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  That is what is really important.

Keynes dies in 1946 and Hayek in 1992.

Why is that "really important"?

(24-06-2015 08:20 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  Can American economists specify the depreciation of all of the consumer cars since either date? Laugh out load

That number would mean what? I should not buy a car because it's gonna wear out? ....

Yes, it is a pity that sarcasm is beyond the comprehension of some people.

But then logic is beyond them also.

The depreciation cannot be eliminated. Therefore economists getting Nobel Prizes while not mentioning that depreciation for decades makes how much sense? Running the economy of a planet with 7 billion people while ignoring Demand Side Depreciation is so intelligent.

Kind of like physicists not talking about the distribution of steel and concrete to compute Potential Energy accurately.

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24-06-2015, 10:08 PM
RE: 9/11 EXPOSED
(24-06-2015 09:28 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  
(24-06-2015 08:33 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Why is that "really important"?


That number would mean what? I should not buy a car because it's gonna wear out? ....

Yes, it is a pity that sarcasm is beyond the comprehension of some people.

But then logic is beyond them also.

The depreciation cannot be eliminated. Therefore economists getting Nobel Prizes while not mentioning that depreciation for decades makes how much sense? Running the economy of a planet with 7 billion people while ignoring Demand Side Depreciation is so intelligent.

Kind of like physicists not talking about the distribution of steel and concrete to compute Potential Energy accurately.

psik

No, I was serious. I want you to go back to talking about your conspiracy theory regard the Twin Towers. It was so much more entertaining, buddy, than this pseudointellectual economic *yawn* discussion.

Whodunit? And why? And why that spot? And what steps did they take after the "operation" to ensure its secrecy? And how did you, of all people, come to the Truth?

Have you checked your garage tonight? Have you secured your computer against NSA spyware? I'm worried that this information might die with you before you're able to lay it out ... so please, lay it out here.
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24-06-2015, 11:33 PM
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(24-06-2015 02:15 PM)psikeyhackr Wrote:  LOL

It is really great that we live in such a society where our EXPERTS can leave out important information whenever they want.

Consider our so called 'economy'. Don't cars purchased by consumers wear out? Doesn't that mean they depreciate? There were 200,000,000 cars in this country in 1995.

When have you ever heard our economists talk about how much consumers lose on the depreciation of automobiles every year? At $1,500 per car per year that would be $300,000,000,000 every year. A bit much for our economists to ignore don't you think? That is far more than the cost of the Twin Towers and this happens every year, year after year. Get an economics book and look up NET Domestic Product. Economists don't mention NDP much. Our economists can't do algebra.

Raymond Goldsmith is the only PhD economist to point this out and that was in 1952. He died in 1988. So the United State killed a million Vietnamese for an economic system built on bad math.

Do you file depreciation on your car every year? Do the Laws of Physics keep it from wearing out if you don't?

Ever notice that playing ego games has no effect on physics?

What about depreciation on refrigerators, air conditioners, televisions and computers? 9/11 is pretty trivial compared to defective algebra in economics for the entire planet.

http://www.spectacle.org/1199/wargame.html

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