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July 17, 2014, 02:32:50 AM
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Good luck telling Americans they can't buy more land. I think it would bring a revolt, not peace. And think about what would happen to real estate prices if you could only buy one place.
Congrats, the home you bought last year for $200K is now worth $50K because too many buyers already have a home.  Sad

Yeah, thats an useless law, its more like a communism law than a peace bringer law.

Actually it would be more communist to not pass this law. With this law our people would just be poor after the collapse. Not passing it would make them to be poor, homeless, serfs.
No this kind of law would prevent many people from prospering as the number of new homes built would go to essentially zero meaning less jobs.

This kind of law is very close to communism in that everyone is essentially able to have the same.

How many homes do we have to build on this planet? 8 Billion? 9 Billion? 10 Billion? How many people can this planet sustain? We are going to run out of oil in 53.3 years. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-14/bps-latest-estimate-says-worlds-oil-will-last-533-years

The economic collapse is going to happen because the Earth is having trouble sustaining 7 Billion people at our current levels of consumption.
I don't think that we need to build 10 billion homes on this plannet. Many people live in multifamily homes, live in a family home (husband, wife, children), live in apartments, live in highrise apartments. Most people do not own multiple houses and those that do often have the additional houses occupied by other people, ie are rental units.

The issue of running out of oil really has nothing to do with housing. However in order to prevent this from being an issue we simply need to invest in energy that we have a greater supply of and is reliable, ie nuclear energy.
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July 17, 2014, 09:20:32 AM
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Good luck telling Americans they can't buy more land. I think it would bring a revolt, not peace. And think about what would happen to real estate prices if you could only buy one place.
Congrats, the home you bought last year for $200K is now worth $50K because too many buyers already have a home.  Sad

Yeah, thats an useless law, its more like a communism law than a peace bringer law.

Actually it would be more communist to not pass this law. With this law our people would just be poor after the collapse. Not passing it would make them to be poor, homeless, serfs.
No this kind of law would prevent many people from prospering as the number of new homes built would go to essentially zero meaning less jobs.

This kind of law is very close to communism in that everyone is essentially able to have the same.

How many homes do we have to build on this planet? 8 Billion? 9 Billion? 10 Billion? How many people can this planet sustain? We are going to run out of oil in 53.3 years. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-14/bps-latest-estimate-says-worlds-oil-will-last-533-years

The economic collapse is going to happen because the Earth is having trouble sustaining 7 Billion people at our current levels of consumption.
I don't think that we need to build 10 billion homes on this plannet. Many people live in multifamily homes, live in a family home (husband, wife, children), live in apartments, live in highrise apartments. Most people do not own multiple houses and those that do often have the additional houses occupied by other people, ie are rental units.

The issue of running out of oil really has nothing to do with housing. However in order to prevent this from being an issue we simply need to invest in energy that we have a greater supply of and is reliable, ie nuclear energy.

First off a little History. Here is a map of the British Empire. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Empire#mediaviewer/File:The_British_Empire.png As you can see both Hong Kong and India were under British Rule. Both India and China have been heavily populating ever since. The more people a country has, the more SOLDIERS a country has. Result: Being able to defend itself from being ruled by another nation.

Humanity has hit a crossroads. There are 3 paths. If there is another I would love to hear about it.

1. Nuclear War and our species dies off.

2. 2.5 Billion people in China and India become fully sustainable on Nuclear Power in 53.3 years. Then, nuclear power world wide with one on every street corner with 30 Billion humans on this planet annnnddd..... our species dies off. #AlphaDecay

3. We grow and burn those trees to run our power plants. We use hydro power and wind power. We walk to work or work from home. And lastly, we grow our food with the sun.
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July 17, 2014, 10:36:33 AM
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Pass a law limiting the amount of homes you can own down to one house per person.
That would be cool, maybe it would help to decrease property cost  Grin
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July 17, 2014, 11:11:44 AM
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well that's how our government built house tax and they failed, people were against it and on referendum it failed. Wasted milions of € estimating value of all houses, now it's worth 0$.
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July 17, 2014, 04:58:28 PM
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Good luck telling Americans they can't buy more land. I think it would bring a revolt, not peace. And think about what would happen to real estate prices if you could only buy one place.
Congrats, the home you bought last year for $200K is now worth $50K because too many buyers already have a home.  Sad

Yeah, thats an useless law, its more like a communism law than a peace bringer law.

Actually it would be more communist to not pass this law. With this law our people would just be poor after the collapse. Not passing it would make them to be poor, homeless, serfs.
No this kind of law would prevent many people from prospering as the number of new homes built would go to essentially zero meaning less jobs.

This kind of law is very close to communism in that everyone is essentially able to have the same.

How many homes do we have to build on this planet? 8 Billion? 9 Billion? 10 Billion? How many people can this planet sustain? We are going to run out of oil in 53.3 years. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-14/bps-latest-estimate-says-worlds-oil-will-last-533-years

The economic collapse is going to happen because the Earth is having trouble sustaining 7 Billion people at our current levels of consumption.
I don't think that we need to build 10 billion homes on this plannet. Many people live in multifamily homes, live in a family home (husband, wife, children), live in apartments, live in highrise apartments. Most people do not own multiple houses and those that do often have the additional houses occupied by other people, ie are rental units.

The issue of running out of oil really has nothing to do with housing. However in order to prevent this from being an issue we simply need to invest in energy that we have a greater supply of and is reliable, ie nuclear energy.

First off a little History. Here is a map of the British Empire. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Empire#mediaviewer/File:The_British_Empire.png As you can see both Hong Kong and India were under British Rule. Both India and China have been heavily populating ever since. The more people a country has, the more SOLDIERS a country has. Result: Being able to defend itself from being ruled by another nation.

Humanity has hit a crossroads. There are 3 paths. If there is another I would love to hear about it.

1. Nuclear War and our species dies off.

2. 2.5 Billion people in China and India become fully sustainable on Nuclear Power in 53.3 years. Then, nuclear power world wide with one on every street corner with 30 Billion humans on this planet annnnddd..... our species dies off. #AlphaDecay

3. We grow and burn those trees to run our power plants. We use hydro power and wind power. We walk to work or work from home. And lastly, we grow our food with the sun.
4. Greedy bastards actually get their R&D doing something, get mechanical spaceflight working effectively, and mine helium-3 off of the moon, solving a possible energy crisis. Maybe go so far as to move humans from earth.

It's been talked about of a while now, and people are looking towards the moon as an option of generating new energy. Now, then again, there would have to be some technology advancements, but judging by the speed of technological progress, we aren't too far away from getting what we need to accomplish this. It's not the easiest solution, but power companies could make a fortune if they actually wanted to. I always have to laugh at some things I think about in the event of an oil war, however. "Send vehicles that use oil to get more oil, and use that oil to make more vehicles and power them, etc.!"
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July 17, 2014, 06:17:50 PM
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July 17, 2014, 08:11:23 PM
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No way would this do any good if anything it will open the door to more laws and regulations.  Such things would only be used to control the population and not be used for their benefit.  That is just how it would be sold to the majorly unsuspecting masses.  It is kind of intriguing but when you force people to do something and limit their options your heading down the wrong path and history proves that time and time again.
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