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Computational Probabilistic Economic Distribution [Apr. 30th, 2015|06:54 pm]
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Work hard and life will get easier and better for you.
There are components to this.
If you work hard and smart, use leverage, velocity your life will get easier and better.
Still easier yet if you work within the constraints of a machine that is pressing its weight against you.

Work hard and life will get easier and better for you.
There are components to this.
If you work hard and smart, use leverage, velocity your life will get easier and better.
Still easier yet if you work within the constraints of a machine that is pressing its weight against you.

I have watched people work their whole life and with gifts they were able to have a roof, a little food.
The comfort though is a terrible metal gear grinding steadily against the laborer.

How does the wage of a waitress over a life time make a living.
There is a curve maybe when you are young and at least semi attractive you can garner more tips.
Though this is still systemic oppression of the laborer because they are forced to trade things they should never have to.

Certainly it should be known that in the system we live in it is about negotiation.
Negotiation of wage is a major component of ones living.
Though there may be price points which are semi set undiscussed but set values for which it would be hard to negotiate around.

The problem with some of this is that just because wages increase does not mean that the value of your trade chit will be enumerated or calculated. The cost of that increase is often paid forward to the laborer.


It maybe that technology will solve nearly all of our problems.
Being that we could better set labor arbitrage by systems.
That the systems could be built to allow the laborer and the employer with probabilistic discrimination.
Work output to time calculated incrementally to determine wage on the fly.
A fluxing pay that would vary based on your ability to produce profit, and your ability to make profit based on your true and total contribution to the output of a company’s profits.

If your patents are making the company money, and other patents are not, then you should be rewarded for the work that is active in the mix and matrix of the institution.












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