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.  1) УчОнкини щитают, что если трёхмерные объекты отбрасывают двумерные тени, то у четырёхмерных предметов тени должны быть тГеЙхмеГнымя.

2) From
Randall Wright, Philipp Kircher, Benoit Julien, Veronica Guerrieri 07 January 2018

3) Economics is quantum. 04 January, 2018. David Orrell is a writer and mathematician.

   Начинаить какпе за здГавию

For one thing, if economics is about solving scarcity and making people happy by optimising prices, then it appears to be doing a rather poor job. In many countries, inequality has ballooned in recent decades, while reported happiness levels seem to have peaked some time back in the 1960s. The financial crisis didn’t make many people happy, except some bankers.

The key tenets of mainstream economics are made-up, no more real than Medieval astronomers’ crystalline spheres.


One of the hottest areas in economics, especially since the crisis, has been behavioural economics, which was founded in the 1970s by the psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky. The most basic lesson of behavioural economics seems to be that making decisions is hard, so we look for shortcuts. And we are easily influenced when someone – the state, an advertiser, our social group, or even our own habits – supplies that shortcut. For example, we prefer to stick with what we know and we dislike change, which explains why investors often cling on to shares that do nothing but go downhill. Recency bias means that we put too much weight on new information – like last year’s investment returns – than older information – such as historical returns. And in general our decisions are shaped by things such as history and context.

   Но мать-их-мать-ети-кака топит Мумуню

And as a Bank of England paper noted in 2015, one reason the money-creation process is hard to accommodate in traditional models is that it works ‘instantaneously and discontinuously’ (their emphasis) rather like the creation of quantum particles out of the void.

One of the more mysterious [Sic!] aspects [почалоси…] of quantum physics is that particles can become entangled so that they become a unified system, and a measurement on one affects the other instantaneously. In economics, the information encoded in money is a kind of entanglement device, because its creation always has two sides, debt and credit (for example modern fiat money represents government debt). And its use entangles people with each other and with the system as a whole, as anyone with a loan will know. If you go bankrupt, that immediately affects the state of your creditors, even if they don’t find out straight away.

The dichotomy is also reflected in our two main theories of money: chartalism, which says that money represents a virtual debt to the state; and bullionism, which says it boils down to metal.

However, while behavioural economists can model these effects, they can do so only on a case-by-case basis. And a number of scientists believe that the problem is not so much that people are being irrational; it is just that they are basing their decisions, not on classical logic, but on quantum logic. After all, quantum systems, such as us, are intrinsically uncertain and affected by history and context.


   Наконец, дело доходит до трёх мудГеЙцофф в одном тазу

The Black-Scholes equation, for example, can be expressed as a version of the Schrödinger wave equation from quantum physics.


  …и тоГжественнофа манументу излияния жидкостефф

So how to define this new, quantum-inspired economics? It is not the science of scarcity, and it certainly isn’t the science of happiness (which is not to say these things aren’t important); rather, it can be defined as the study of transactions that involve money.

   ПГа-а-аильное ГеЙше-е-ениё! Сви-ней, сви-ней!! © Money make the world go round ©

One tool is agent-based models, where the economy emerges indirectly from the actions of heterogeneous individuals who are allowed to interact and influence each other’s behaviour, mirroring in some ways the collective dance of quantum particles. Agent-based models have managed to reproduce for example the characteristic boom-bust nature of housing or stock markets, or the effect of people’s expectations on inflation. Meanwhile, network theory can be used to illustrate processes and reveal vulnerabilities in the complex wirings and entanglements of the financial system.

Instead of assuming that market forces drive prices towards a stable equilibrium, it sees the economy as driven by complex feedback loops, including those that affect the creation [Чуете, серой завоняло?] and destruction of money by private banks.

And while neoclassical economics treats ‘market failures’ such as economic inequality [?????????] and environmental degradation as aberrations or externalities, from a quantum perspective they appear more to reflect the conflict inherent in money between numeric price and real value [?????????], as manifested in a debt-based financial system that prioritises growth above all else.

   Как выглядит столкновение между выдуманными числами и real value в некоей действительности, мать-их-мать-ети-как и их соплеменникофф кебенематикофф лучше не спГоЙшивать, тут такие квантовые сплетения начнуzzо, самой Попе Ватиканскя чёрту рогатому не снилось

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   От такоя от онё, economics in quantum для маненьких мать-их-ети-мать-их-как… Какова тока кота Schrödinger на глобусе в вакууми ни напейшешь, шоп тока private banks угодить

   Мимо слона-то наш тп-пейссака пГоЙскочил (шо пателить, када Усяленна така кГеЙвая): покуда к человеку будут относиться как к безчувственному телу©, золото, брильянты вам не видать, как собственной крайней плоти.

  Нет чтобы попросить по-людски (он так, можеть, и сам отдасьть), — свинцовой трубой по башке… Некрасиво енто, не ГУМанно
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