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Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Mar 11, 2021.

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    Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.

    If you create more time to complete something, you'll have to work longer until you reach completion.

    PoW is how all clocks operate because all clocks measure how entropy flows in a system.

    Bitcoin is an information ledger that acts as a monetary clock for time and value. Information has to act via entropy because of Claude Shannon's work on information theory. His mathematics in his 1948 paper are a consequence of this idea I am presenting here. Quantum thermodynamics, disciplines concern the flow of information and energy, while providing the right language for describing clocks. All clocks in nature must work by proof of work to describe information/energy consumption. This is axiomatically true.

    When you truly get this perspective, it will occur to you that actually a clock is a thermal machine that creates the illusion of time. Then the first sentence in this response here begins to make a lot of sense.

    Like an engine, a clock harnesses the flow of energy to do work, producing exhaust in the process. Engines use this energy to propel; and clocks use it to tick.

    A clock is anything that undergoes irreversible changes: changes in which energy spreads out among more particles or into a broader area. Energy tends to dissipate — and entropy, a measure of its dissipation, tends to increase — simply because there are far, far more ways for energy to be spread out than for it to be highly concentrated

    Work can be defined as transfer of energy. In physics we say that work is done on an object when you transfer energy to that object. If one object transfers (gives) energy to a second object, then the first object does work on the second object.

    Work is the application of a force over a distance. Lifting a weight from the ground and putting it on a shelf is a good example of work. The force is equal to the weight of the object, and the distance is equal to the height of the shelf (W= Fxd).

    Work-Energy Principle = PoW --The change in the kinetic energy of an object is equal to the net work done on the object.

    Energy can be defined as the capacity for doing work. The simplest case of mechanical work is when an object is standing still and we force it to move. The energy of a moving object is called kinetic energy. For an object of mass m, moving with velocity of magnitude v, this energy can be calculated from the formula E= 1/2 mv^2.

    Types of Energy

    There are two classic types of energy in many forms:

    Kinetic Energy = Energy of Motion

    Potential Energy = Stored Energy

    The newest form of energy is Digital energy = Bitcoin.

    Forms of Energy

    Solar Radiation -- Infrared Heat, Radio Waves, Gamma Rays, Microwaves, Ultraviolet Light

    Atomic/Nuclear Energy -energy released in nuclear reactions. When a neutron splits an atom's nucleus into smaller pieces it is called fission. When two nuclei are joined together under millions of degrees of heat it is called fusion

    Electrical Energy --The generation or use of electric power over a period of time expressed in kilowatt-hours (kWh), megawatt-hours (NM) or gigawatt-hours (GWh). This is the most common way energy has become Bitcoin.

    Chemical Energy --Chemical energy is a form of potential energy related to the breaking and forming of chemical bonds. It is stored in food, fuels and batteries, and is released as other forms of energy during chemical reactions.

    Mechanical Energy -- Energy of the moving parts of a machine. Also refers to movements in humans

    Heat Energy -- a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature (Geothermal volcano bitcoin)

    What is Power

    Power is the work done in a unit of time. In other words, power is a measure of how quickly work can be done. The equation for power tells us that time is the most valuable asset in creating power.

    The unit of power is the Watt = 1 Joule/ 1 second.

    One common unit of energy is the kilowatt-hour (kWh). If we are using one kW of power, a kWh of energy will last one hour.

    Calculating Work, Energy and Power

    WORK =


    Because energy is the capacity to do work , we measure energy and work in the same units (N*m or joules).

    POWER (P) is the rate of energy generation (or absorption) over time:

    P = E/t

    Power's SI unit of measurement is the Watt, representing the generation or absorption of energy at the rate of 1 Joule/sec. Power's unit of measurement in the English system is the horsepower, which is equivalent to 735.7 Watts.
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    A person that is young in years may be old in hours if they own Bitcoin. Why? Bitcoin deforms space/time around the young person allowing them to gain more wisdom and because of this relationship, it appears they have lost no time during their young life. They packed a lot of power into a small amount of time. When you tap into an energy network with an extreme power density decades of wisdom can occur in a few hours. One hour spent in the Bitcoin monetary network equals 7 years in value investing securities.

    Humans struggle with evolutionary theory because they never can account for the timescales she operates with. In this way, evolution and Bitcoin share something. A million years is a short time in evolution—its the shortest time worth messing with for most problems we see in evolution. Since no human lives this way they lose time relativity. Mother Nature has tuned her mind to a time scale that is the planet’s time scale. Bitcoin has shrunk time to the networks time scale. And because it is so short compared to a human life, few realize they can make billions of dollars in a short amount of time.

    A person that is young in years may be old in hours, if they own Bitcoin.
    When you stumble upon a time machine like Bitcoin, and learn how to use it, then you can become a trillionaire of seconds or value.
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    How will America lose its edge? It will happen in two ways. Gradual cultural change will morally bankrupt the masses and then suddenly a pandemic will be used to economically cripple the Federal Reserve. Change is being engineered with seemingly small gradual increasing systemic shocks initially then the velocity of change becomes abrupt and all at once. Is your life raft inflated?

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    If you read page 25 of this thread carefully I tell you that the risk of deflation is now real because of updated macrotrends. What are they now?
    The inversion of the eurodollar futures curve on 12/3/21 is predicting a massive recession depression in 2023-2026.
    Simultaneously we have a rapid flattening of the yield curve of the 2 and 10-year bonds in the Treasury market.
    These two symptoms tell us the risk in the system is massive and we should de-lever our risk across the board.
    What does this mean? The eurodollar futures are telling us LIBOR is going to be around 1.5% next year and CPI is now 6.5%. That is a guaranteed loss of 5% for anyone who buys a bond. Banks are now telling the market We'll take this loss because the alternatives are worse. Banks know they are going to lose money on this spread and they are OK with it because they are looking de-risk their positions. They see a massive recession coming in global economic output.

    Banks see more lockdowns coming. Lockdowns = global slowdowns. At the Fed, the problem is worse. Consumer price inflation is rising at 6.2%. The Fed can only do one thing to cap inflation and that is raising rates and slowing QE. As Powell does this, it slows economic growth as a consequence. USD liquidity is drying up. How will this affect the rest of the world and China? Evergrande and Fantasia are also going through a massive contraction. This means fewer dollars are coming out of China too. The CCP cashflows are drying up and this will affect all emerging markets soon. This means China cannot go to the US to solve the liquidity crisis because the Fed has ruined its own economy. This means they will have to go to the global elites that run the IMF. This is the reason why Bukeyle of El Salvador was wise to get on a Bitcoin Standard ASAP.

    The IMF is now warning the Fed to tighten by raising rates to flight inflation. They are doing this to gain leverage on the Fed. The IMF will want to push more lockdowns and loss of civil liberties globally so they can control more of the world's population.

    This is why I always say, COVID is and was a compliance test for an economic reset. As the liquidity crisis grows, freedoms worldwide contract.
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    From the outset, the majority of the public has blindly trusted that no one would be so low as to use a pandemic to increase their own wealth and power; while the evidence has been abundantly clear that the crisis was largely fabricated so that those in charge could do just that. The IMF and WEF are synonymous in this game they are playing.
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    The largest transfer of wealth to the top 1% in the history of the world was not just a coincidence. It was done by design with malice.
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    Prediction: And so here we are again: the CCP/PBOC is trying to hammer the yuan without an official devaluation for now. So according to Goldman, its best option is to "liberalize FX outflow channels" Yes, China is about to become cryptos' best friend again. Just watch.
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    It seems like there is no place to hide .......
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    Fed bought $25.7B of Treasuries in week ended Dec. 10 (about $13B in 10-yr Treasury equivalents). The central bank has purchased >$3T in Treasuries since cutting its policy rate to effective lower bound.
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    If the Fed raises rates, the stock market tanks, hurting the economy. If the Fed doesn’t raise rates, inflation spikes, hurting the economy. Hard to find a Goldilocks scenario when federal debt-to-GDP is over 130%.
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    US producer price inflation jumps 9.6% year over year in November, much higher than expected and highest increase on record. I thought this jump was coming and now it has. If one uses 1980 methodology inflation is now about 20% a month. Risk of policy error is going higher now
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    Inflation destroys the purchasing power of wages and engulfs the little savings that workers accumulate. The rich can protect themselves by investing in real assets, RE financial, the poor cannot.
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    How fast does the Federal Reserve want to move on drawing down its pandemic-era stimulus?

    That’s the question that Fed officials will have to answer in its two-day meeting kicking off today, where the major discussion will focus on the pace of the central bank’s wind down of its asset purchase program. With inflationary pressures continuing to rise, Fed watchers expect the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) to lean into a speedier timeline.

    What if they tighten and raise rates?

    If the market perceives that the Fed is behind the curve in controlling inflation, it would lead to higher inflation expectations and long-term interest rates, potentially weakening the dollar and pressuring asset values on the downside.

    Since the depths of the pandemic, the Fed has been buying U.S. Treasuries and agency mortgage-backed securities in the open to signal its commitment to easy money policies.

    The Fed was pacing those purchases at a clip of about $120 billion per month until November, when the FOMC charted a path for gradually “tapering” those purchases to a full stop by the middle of 2022.

    The bond yield curve measures show a flatter yield curve. For example, the difference between the U.S. 2-year and the U.S. 10-year Treasuries fell to as little as 75 basis points at the beginning of the month. When that difference falls below 0, markets usually brace for a recession.

    The Fed can consult the curve. The yield curve, which maps out the yields of U.S. Treasuries across different durations, serves as a proxy for investor bets on future growth prospects. Generally speaking, higher longer-term bond yields (and a steeper curve) correspond with optimism over longer-term conditions.
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    Why does everything feel like the world is falling apart, yet the stock market has looked like this since 2009? Well, here's a thread w/ some interesting charts that will help you understand: what you see is NOT what you get. How do bankers cheat with statistics?


    Inflation is time theft. Deflation is time theft on steroids that last longer than you might imagine.

    It is coming to your life soon.
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    Covid is a compliance test for the coming economic reset. This is why all therapies were blocked by governments. If you have early therapy it would stop the coming EUA of the vaccines. Those jabs were planned for in advance, hence why we got the jab so fast. Operation Warp speed was part of the plan the WEF/Fauci/CEPI/GAVI/EcoHealthAlliance came up with.

    The CCP helped by building the virus from the parts Daszak and Fauci provided via research from the USA. The virus can be used as a shell game to convince people to lockdown and this would completely finally destroy the middle class and manufacturing in the US so the global elite could use fear to gain control of the US economy by gutting it. It was the only engine of growth in the world since 2009. Once it was hobbled, we could usher in UBI and CBDC to institute total surveillance.

    Then the social credit score could be used to weaken the US Constitution to finally turn the taxpayer into a slave of the ruling class without any war or fighting. The taxpayer would extend their wrists to their capture because they traded the illusion of security at every step for their freedom. Others have understood this plan from the beginning as well. If you have other treatments, by USA law, you cannot have an EUA for a vaccine because it would be illegal. So they simply made sure no one knew about HCQ, IVERMECTIN, melatonin or Vitamin D. https://twitter.com/82Socrates/status/1470588588538556419
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