Part of the answer is obvious. They will coexist, no matter what. But the relationship between the two has always had their respective functions at odds with each other, due to the concept of Money and Finance as being dependent on limitation of reproduction. Even to this day, the concept dictates that the more of a currency is produced, the less value it has. This very concept of assigning value is the sole reason why Economics and Environment have failed to coexist peacefully and productively. The U.S. Dollar, or ‘Petrodollar’, is the best example of this.
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meaning the money is created out of thin air. Right out of the gate, this proves that money is a product of human imagination and is not divinely bound to any man-made limitations. Since this is true, why is the government so stingy and hesitant when it comes to printing money?
It is the differences between the 1% and the 99% that leaves that system so top-heavy that it eventually collapses under its own weight, without exception. As long as the 99% are systemically beholden to the 1%, there can never be true balance and the cycle of inequality