My nose is running. So much so, I've rubbed my nostrils raw with tissue paper, terry cloths, shirt sleeves. Even my bike commute gloves. The cold I'm getting over is symptomatic of a larger problem: my body is fighting off a virus or germ. I could complain to my partner, have her make some chicken … Continue reading How to find the cure: not just treat symptoms
Traditional economies create the need for loans and interest. They also cause rapid fluctuations in the money supply, leading to recessions, inflation and such. This has been our reality for many years. How does Copiosis operate without credit? Money in Copiosis Economies comes into existence when earned and ceases to exist when spent. It is … Continue reading How to rid ourselves of the credit problem
Insurance is available to provide protection against all sorts of unpleasant contingencies. If one has property one can obtain insurance against its being damaged, destroyed, or stolen. One can get insurance to defray the costs of illness or even death. The forms of insurance that are available are many and varied, and much of modern … Continue reading Insurance is a relic. Make it unnecessary!
Credit cards are a blessing while you're spending. Credit cards are hell when it's time to pay. The average American family owes over $15,000 on their credit cards. As if that weren't bad enough, most home owners have a mortgage. Most of us own cars or lease them. Many of us have student loans. That's … Continue reading How does Copiosis end debt?