Crypto gold and the beauty of mind

Does energy controls money or not

Once upon a time in a far and away land there was a man named AA and a boat that was built by him. Every morning, early before the sunrise, AA was sailing over the sea, trying to do his best to feed his family. His neighbor, named BB, did not have the skills to build boats, so he was working on the field, growing wheat, and making bread. BB was working very hard too, also trying to do the best for his kids. When AA was willing to eat bread, he was giving fish to BB and both families were happy. AA and BB had another neighbor named CC who was not working but begging for bread and fish. One day CC understood that in a land not too far from them was another community of hard working men that produce different tools out of metals and that they hunt meat but are not familiar with the taste of bread and fish. So CC took some bread from BB and some fish from AA with the promise to bring back tools and food that they’ve never tried before. Though AA and BB were pretty skeptic, knowing the laziness of CC, they decided to risk. When CC arrived in the other community, he met a man called ZZ who was the same like him – not working but trying to benefit from workers. ZZ told CC that there were other lands with men working and producing different wonderful goods that could be traded. He explained that in his community of workers there is a shiny metal called gold that is so beautiful that might be given as a universal intermediate exchange base for goods and if nobody knows what the gold worth, then its beauty could be used. So in that day CC and ZZ decided that if they could control gold, then with many people like them around all lands they could control all workers. The plan was simple and perfect and it worked for centuries. CC’s and ZZ’s kids even realized that there was no need of gold, as it was hard and risky to carry, but only a beautyful papers controlled by them could have the same effect of slave chains for working men. This way, the life of every single person on the Earth who wanted to have something more and different of what he or she was making, was bound to them. And they controlled the workers, the artists, the thinkers and everybody else. The beauty of gold was replaced by the need of colorful papers. Evolution brought electricity and exploration of different energy sources. With electricity came a new era of technologies and the paper slave chains were replaced by digital ones. And then, one day the beauty of human mind created something much more valuable than the slave chains. That thing was called blockchain. The CC’s and ZZ’s heritage was put in risk by creating a way to achieve direct connection between every person and the added value created by his or hers physical or mental energy spent. That’s why a strong connection between the blockchain and the CC’s and ZZ’s idea was created.
How it will end? Ask yourself!

Renewable energy union – wind, water, earth and sun

Solar pannels of a renewable energy construction

Electricity production from renewable energy sources is vulnerable to natural conditions and often the demand and supply is hard to match. Scientists from all over the globe are working on a storage method that is cost effective and reliable. Latest research results are quite optimistic and probably very soon our dependence from traditional sources of energy will be easy to scratch.

Where the wind may blow us

Ships were driven by wind power long before energy definition

Renewable energy is what we think today when speaking of wind power, but just few hundred years ago this mighty invisible force was used for discovering new worlds.  The World’s economy, as we know it today, was formed by ship’s sails and human curiosity.

Join the army of renewable power if you cannot beat it!

Wind could fight the oil

Few decades ago, renewable energy was in the middle of many local fights. Bespattered, rejected and neglected, the cause found political support and the war with the fossils became a World War.
The most valuable asset in any war is time and as Sun Tzu has wrote, several centuries ago, in “The Art of War”: “If you sit by the river long enough, you will see the body of your enemy float by”.