FREDERICK SODDY CARTESIAN ECONOMICS PDF

Dorg A small crater on the far side of the Moon as well as the radioactive Uranium mineral Soddyite are aoddy after him. Its owner for the time being is entitled to that amount of wealth in exchange for it. InSoddy also showed sconomics an atom moves lower in atomic number by two places on alpha emission, higher by one place on beta emission. The Problems with a Debt-based Money System Unstable money The essence of the problem is a system for creating money that invites erratic swings in its value. The lectures cartesixn the first of four works written between and that applied the concepts In so far as modern money has any tangible physical existence, and by far the greater part has none, it is a paper token, carteeian like a postage stamp, costs next to nothing to make, and which has some value printed on it. Of what use are the discoveries of scientific men into new modes and more ample way of living so econokics as the laws of human nature turn all the difficultly won wealth into increased power of the few over the lives and labours of the many!

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The lectures were the first of four works written between and that applied the concepts of hard science to the economy. He likens the economy to a machine, which must draw energy from outside itself and which cannot forever recycle that energy to create more energy. Similarly, economists posited that debt could produce more wealth, and thus fuel an economy. Soddy argued instead that debt destroyed wealth, eating it up until there was more debt in a society than wealth, making it unsustainable.

These lectures are poignant, and highly applicable to the economic situation at the beginning of the 21st century. They will interest burgeoning and seasoned economists yearning for a new perspective.

He worked with physicist Earnest Rutherford to explain radioactivity, contributing to the discovery of nuclear technology. Soddy also wrote several books on the theory of political economy, which he based on his scientific background and knowledge. In , Soddy was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The lunar crater is named after him, as well as the uranium compound Soddyite.

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The lectures were the first of four works written between and that applied the concepts of hard science to the economy. He likens the economy to a machine, which must draw energy from outside itself and which cannot forever recycle that energy to create more energy. Similarly, economists posited that debt could produce more wealth, and thus fuel an economy. Soddy argued instead that debt destroyed wealth, eating it up until there was more debt in a society than wealth, making it unsustainable. These lectures are poignant, and highly applicable to the economic situation at the beginning of the 21st century. They will interest burgeoning and seasoned economists yearning for a new perspective. He worked with physicist Earnest Rutherford to explain radioactivity, contributing to the discovery of nuclear technology.

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FREDERICK SODDY CARTESIAN ECONOMICS PDF

He went to school at Eastbourne College , before going on to study at University College of Wales at Aberystwyth and at Merton College, Oxford , where he graduated in with first class honours in chemistry. Scientific career[ edit ] In he became a demonstrator in chemistry at McGill University in Montreal , Quebec , where he worked with Ernest Rutherford on radioactivity. This decay also produced alpha , beta , and gamma radiation. When radioactivity was first discovered, no one was sure what the cause was.

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