We could also argue that particles and anti particles cancel each other out and only those transactions that occur on the event horizon of black holes have the potential to produce a yield.
The communist 'money' is actually US debt, in the context of quantum science/finance (above) you claim that anti particles are too dangerous that nobody will use them. Unfortunately that is not the case because China has sold part of its anti money to Japan so that both countries now hold equal amounts of US debt.
While it looks like even greater amounts of money are being spun out of our quantum/financial/physics system at the moment, they are also operating on the edge of a gigantic Global Financial System wide black hole, I tend to agree with your comment with regards to the scientific and financial aspects, they are too dangerous and we are but pawns to the 'masters of the universe' and the politicians/scientists who fail to regulate their own man-made systems.
Interesting thoughts A23, but will our scientific/financial/political leaders agree before the black hole creates a universal singularity? Bad science/finance/politics has the same result regardless.
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We hopes your star advisers
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lest they all disappear up their conniverses.