Tuesday, February 14, 2012


"What is made here that can be sold there now that they have the money to buy?"

"Too much shipping. Too much stuff."

Intellectual Property?
Where exactly did the notion that large-scale synthesized value had to have mass? Maybe it just turned out that way because it was lucrative to manipulate with connotations of language patterns. Directed electrons have no mass and therefore have no value? Of course, not.

"A somewhat adjacent thought. Prototype a factory in, say, the Detroit area. The product? Some world-appealing consumer electronic item, the kind that changes how we live. Heavy use of programmable automation to assemble in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. Employ folks that are able to "engineer themselves out of a manufacturing job WITHOUT a formal engineering education (a lot more people than plutocrats would have you believe)."

Stay tuned. This subject is not going away any time soon.

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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