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.
[et_pb_section bb_built="1"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text] The Long-term Cost of a Fully Solar Grid By: Corey Henderson | Our Voice Contributor Why does power cost money? The root of the answer is because…
We are made to believe, according to the teachings of the generations before us and those who control the levers of power, that our system is engraved in solid stone and that there is nothing we can do to change it. Those who hold the power work endlessly to ensure their own futures while weakening the foundations upon which this country was founded
. This plundering and pillaging of our planet's resources without working on ways to revitalize the environment in which these resources are produced will ultimately lead to war, famine, and our eventual extinction. But there is a solution: