100th Einstein-Anniversary:  it´s time to apply astronomy-rules  to economy-challenges

Deformation vs Gravitation

Liberalization vs Centralization


In 2015 we celebrate the 100 anniversary of Einstein´s General Theory of Relativity.


The theory of Newton, that the gravitation of a star is responsible for the circles of its planets, was no longer valid.


 The former picture of the planet-circles, now must be painted a little bit more “interactive” – or better: “anti-active”. The star deforms space like a vortex deforms the surface of water (to make it easy, it was painted in just one dimension, horizontally, but the force is valid towards all dimensions):


If a ball, floating on the water, comes too close to this vortex, it will slide down into the hole, be absorbed.  If that ball now is filled with water, it will still “float” at the surface, as the material itself is lighter than water, but now it floats below the surface, just “touching” the surface at an upside point. And this point it will be deforming the surface like the vortex of the star - these deformations as well are visible in the picture and valid in space.


If this ball full of water has enough speed to compensate the absorbing force of the vortex, it will keep in this/his circle; if it has more velocity, it will depart from the vortex; if it slows down velocity, it will slide towards the vortex like the rolling bowl in a roulette-cone. And if there is no resistance, as in space (no water- nor roulette-cone-surface slowing down velocity), each star finds its circle and gets its own stability via its own space-deformation - and keeps this way thanks to its own speed (speed is just one of the forms of energy).



Yes, the very big space-deformation of the star potentially is a danger for the planet to slide towards the star. But: No, it´s no longer the “gravitation” of the star which is responsible for the circles of the planets, but it is the (velocity-)energy of each planets and their own space-deformation, which keeps them going and stabilizing their own way, against the very big space-deformations built by the star. And: at the same time, it are the planets, which  -  on top of “just” going their own way around the star-vortex  -  additionally find their “best” (shortest time at the star …) way around the star: a curved surrounding at the tighter side of their ellipse.  This is a coexistence at the minimum of mutual dependency – and the opposite of a big influence, which Newton thought to be valid – and as well the opposite of that, what black-holes of any kind may “tolerate”.


The actual picture of many governments and economy-policies – watched with an astronomy-view - still continues with the ideas of Isaac Newton from 1687, when he published his “Principia”: A star – or a central force – is guiding the ways of its planets. The economy-theory comparable to this central-influence-ideas derives, are, amongst others the ideas of John Maynard Keynes, “The general Theory of Employment, Interest and Money” from 1936 – where the state is the central force guiding the destinies of companies and populations (Karl Marx Theories of "Kapital", 1867, no longer being conciderated as communism (even more centralistic) did not work).


The equilirium between the stars-vortexes and planets independent circles/vortexes  with an economics-scientist-view, may as well be interpreted as:  business-economics (planets) being as important as national-economics (stars) – and both needing each other to stabilize our universe. But their extremes of state-centralism (too much state - to big star) or "speculationism" (too much absobtion - or its counterpart: "artificial inflatings" - leading to black-holes or bubbles), which deform the equilibria of our universe, these extremes are not helpful.


As astronomers have switched in 1915 towards the ideas of Einstein, this 100th  anniversary would be a good opportunity to relativize the forces of centralizing governments by liberalizing the possibilities of companies and mankind. This can be possible without changing the actual circles and correlations. "Just" by relativizing their real influence (ideas follow in the 3rd book of this trilogy). The new thoughts of Einstein did neither change the circles of the planets nor the existance of the stars - they "just" helped to understand better.


Thus, the astronomy approach may help us understand economy in a different way, as thought up to now. Applying astronomy-rules to economy-challenges will increase the wealth of nations in a very big maner. Specially, because universe is growing since 13.8 billion years – and nowadays even growing faster – while earth economy is not really doing well.



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