Moving towards an energy-based metric for Value Distribution systems away from a scarcity/debt based economic model of Capitalism and Usury is assisted with a little insight into dissenting views on Big Bang and Singularity conceptions of Quantum Mechanics.
Ideology does go to the root of Scientism attitudes towards Freewill or determinism. Deterministic World Views Favour Big Bang, Free WILL ARE MORE OPEN TO INFINITY CONCEPTIONS AND ABUNDANCE.
SO FAR IN AUGUST, I HAVE BEEN TYING TOGETHER THE THEMES WHICH TIE TOGETHER A FRAMEWORK FOR A WORLD VIEW WHICH REJECTS THE CURRENT ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL PARADIGMS.
The point regarding Quantum Mechanics and the Copenhagen Interpretation is that it is a consensus-based theory, not an empirical one.
By far the best introductory book on this question is by Swedens enfant terrible of Applied Mathematics Claes Olsson.
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