Revised November 11,2013
This is the sixth set of Axioms in the Axioms of Economics. There are two sections of Axioms included in this set. The Title of this set is Ownership. The first section includes the Axioms covering Ownership. The second section includes the Axioms covering Producers; the Use of Their Money and Production.
We are going into the subject of Ownership. The subject of Ownership will be expanded upon. There is far more to the subject of ownership than what is commonly practiced today.
Ownership; is the act, state or right of possessing something. (New Oxford American Dictionary)
I will start with background information which will lead up to and into the expanded technology of Ownership.
We have discussed Producers producing commodities, trades, goods and services. Producers produce these commodities, trades, goods and services by first creating energy. Producers convert this energy into commodities, trades, goods and services as they create them.
The interface area; is an area of one’s Individual Space overlapped with the production space of the Physical Universe. This overlapping takes place during production.
The interface area; also, is an area of one’s Individual Space overlapped with the production spaces of other Individuals Spaces and the Physical Universe Space. This overlapping takes place during group production.
In most cases Producers really own what they create. In economics the counter-producers assert themselves in claiming Ownership where group production takes place. They conveniently claim Ownership to the Organization even though the Organization was and is created by individuals who work and labor together in the Organization. Individuals operate in their Individual Spaces while interfacing with other Individuals’ Spaces and the Organization Space, simultaneously, while creating products.
Individuals also operate in their Individual Space while interfacing with other Individual Spaces and the Organization Space, simultaneously, while creating an Organization. Counter-producers don’t respect the spaces of other people. Their solution is to lay claim to the products and Organizations created by the Producers.
While exchanging the commodities, trades, goods or services on the Open Market the individual also is interfacing with other individual spaces through the Market Space.
Using Individual Spaces
Individuals use their space daily and almost continuously. They use it when they think. They use it when they solve problems. They use it when they communicate through the use of speech and when they communicate via writing. They use it at work while performing their jobs. Artists use it. Musician use it. Everyone uses it continuously. They use it for the most minor detail to the most major detail during production and during living.
During the process of production the individual’s space is used to visualize the commodity, trade, good or service. The individual visualizes the commodity, trade, good or service in their space. They use self generated energy to transfer the visualization into the Physical Universe. This is done by the individual interfacing with the physical universe. When there is more than one Producer involved in the production process, each individual interfaces with each other and with the physical universe.
I attended an Art Museum a few weeks ago. As I viewed the very complex and intricate displays in paintings, sculptures, etc; I was astounded at how the artists used their spaces in creating these complex creations. Every detail displayed in the art work was previously visualized in the artist’s space. These visualizations were created in the artist’s space before he replicated them in the Physical Universe. The Physical Universe, common to us all, is where the artist shares the final product with his/her fellows.
Space and Ownership
Where does this space relate to the concept of Ownership? Of course it is self evident that everything an individual creates, while interfacing with the physical universe space, the individual owns. We could also say; everything the individual creates in the physical universe, while interfacing with the Physical Universe, the individual also owns. When the individual creates with a group of other individuals the individual owns that part of what he produces in the final product. This is how ownership works into all of what I have been writing here.
The subject of ownership can be fairly abstract. By abstract we mean existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical universe or concrete existence. The reason Ownership can be abstract is that Ownership involves many spaces. Ownership involves the interfacing of many spaces during the process of production.
Interfacing is when each individual, via his space, interacts with another or other individuals spaces.
Interfacing is when an individual interacts with the Physical Universe and with other individuals’ spaces simultaneously.
Each individual can interact, via his space, with many other individuals’ spaces and the Physical Universe at the same time. This is production taking place in an Organization with more than one individual Producer. A football team has 11 individuals plus coaches, officials and fans interfacing spaces with each other simultaneously along with interfacing with the Physical Universe. This phenomenon is found in Concert Bands, in Orchestras, and in every organization on the planet.
Each individual owns his/her Individual Space. Not only does each individual own their Individual Space, they own all that is created in that Space. They also own all they have created in the Physical Universe while interfacing with the Physical Universe and other individuals’ spaces.
Most, if not all Production involves group participation. Producers carry out a coordinated managed effort in working and laboring together during the process of creating commodities, traders, goods and services. The Producers interface spaces during this process. All Producers working and laboring in each specific organization create with a coordinated effort. They create in their own space first. Then they replicate their part of the commodity, trade, good or service in the physical universe space of the organization.
We have as many spaces merged, interacting and interfaced into an organization as there are individuals present working and laboring in that organization. Examples of this are all manufacturing plants, hospitals, all governmental organizations, all companies and corporations with more than one individual producing.
Interfacing Puts the Organization There
There is much more to ownership than is traditionally perceived. When an Organization gets purchased and sold off for profit. This selling off for profit causes the dismantling of the Organization. This activity of dismantling a working and producing organization, results in the destruction of space for all individuals producing in the organization. The individuals, interfacing their spaces in the organization, are creating the organization continuously day after day. They are putting the organization there. Without the individuals producing, while interfacing within the space of the Organization, the Organization would not exist.
When another individual claims Ownership of an Organization he is taking all that was and is being created by Producers working and laboring in that Organization. He is taking the organization space they are interfacing with during production. He is destroying their production space. When he takes the space of an Organization he is stealing the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power created and being created by the Producers.
There is far more space destroyed than the space that was the Organization. All the individual interfacing spaces are dismantled and destroyed as well. This not only stops individuals from producing it steals their future. It steals their future production of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power. This is destructive to the individual, family, organization, society, nation and mankind.
What an Organization Includes
A Company, Corporation or Organization is more than the Physical Universe entity. The Company, Corporation or Organization is composed of the Physical Universe entity along with the parts of each producing individual’s space. The producing individual has his space interfacing with the organization. Each individual also interfaces with each other individuals’ space when working together in creating a commodity, trade, good or service.
An Organization includes the Physical Universe land, space, energy and matter. Matter is composed of all the buildings, machines, utilities and communications system. An Organization also includes parts of the Producing individuals’ spaces, the part that interfaces with the organization during the process of production.
An Organization is created by the interaction of interfacing spaces. These interacting interfacing spaces belong to the Producers producing in the organization. The counter-producer by destroying an organization would be destroying the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power creating ability of the Producers. He also would be taking money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power away from the Producers with no exchange for it. This activity is commonly found in the (Capital Destroying) Capitalist Economic System. This activity is common to Fascist and Communist economic systems.
One individual can’t truly own an Organization unless he is the only individual present in the Organization. The Producers own the Organization; they have created the Organization while interfacing their spaces with the Organization.
Stockholders can’t own an Organization: They didn’t create it! Stockholders can only loan money to an Organization.
The Producers are the creators of the Organization.
Each Producer has an Individual Space and uses this space when creating the production of commodities, trades, goods and services.
An Organization is composed of interfacing individual spaces.
An Organization exists exclusively from the existence of the spaces of the individuals interfacing in that Organization.
All producing individuals hold Ownership in an Organization by holding ownership in their space where it interfaces with the Organization.
Here is an example where a super-Producer left an Organization taking his space with him. The Organization nearly collapsed. The super-Producer had been in that Organization for many years. Over those many years, the Organization leaders placed angry hostile people in key positions. The leaders believed the Organization was thriving with angry, hostile people holding key positions. In reality these angry, hostile people were counter-producers. The Super-Producer held the Organization together and made it thrive despite the counter-production put forth by the angry, hostile people. After the super-Producer left and pulled his space out of the interface with the Organization, the angry hostile counter-producers took the Organization to near collapse. Within a few months there were major changes in the leading staff. The Organization went from prosperity to near collapse after the super Producer left. A counter-production thrust swept through the Organization and almost wiped it out.
This is an example of how real individual spaces can be in an organization. When a very vital individuals’ space is removed from an organization it has a tremendous negative impact on the organization. This is also true when a super Producers joins and organization. The organization goes through a period of revitalization and prosperity.
The view that Ownership is by one person or by the stockholders is a very short sighted view. This is the view of the greedy counter-producer. This is the view of a counter-producer who would take a company, dismantle it and sell off the parts for a huge, out-exchange profit. When he carries out this out-exchange dismantling he would be destroying the Organization of interfacing spaces.
Ownership; is the act, state or right of possessing something. (New Oxford American Dictionary)
141. A Producer owns that which has been produced or created by that Producer.
142. Producers have the full right to 100 percent of their production.
143. The Producers who produce the organization own the organization.
144. A Producer owns that percentage of an organization he has produced.
145. All expansion in an organization belongs to those Producers who created the expansion.
146. Ownership with production activity does receive reward. The production of the owner is what is rewarded.
147. Ownership with non-production activity does not receive reward, only production receives reward.
148. Ownership with counter-production activity does not receive reward, only production receives reward.
149. An owner who is producing should be rewarded for his production. The owner should not be rewarded for his ownership under any circumstances.
150. An individual should not be rewarded for having money or ownership. The individual has received the reward for production and that was the money. This rewarding an individual for having money or ownership is the action of rewarding someone for being rewarded.
151. Ownership in itself is reward for production.
152. A Producer owns the value, energy, wealth, capital and power he creates.
153. Holding land or space out of production is counter to the prosperity of the individual, family, society, nation and mankind.
154. A Producer has the right to produce on land or space owned by another individual or individuals who are not using the space or land for production. There would have to be an agreed upon exchange between both parties.
155. The Producers are the creators of the existence of the Physical Organization.
156. Each Producer has an Individual Space and uses this Space when creating commodities, trades, goods and services.
157. An Organization is composed of interacting interfacing Individual Spaces.
158. An Organization exists exclusively from the existence of the Individual Spaces of the individuals interfacing in that Organization.
159. All producing individuals hold Ownership in an Organization by holding ownership in their Space where it interfaces with the physical universe space of the Organization.
Producers; the Use of Their Money and Production
160. Producers have the full right to use their money however they choose in a prosperity thrust.
161. Producers do not have the right to use their production or money in a destructive thrust for this action moves the individual, family, organization, society, nation and mankind toward an economic decline.
162. Producers use money units to capture the value, wealth, energy, capital and power they create through the production of goods and services.
163. Producers transfer the value, wealth, energy, capital and power into money units when they market their commodities, trades, goods and services on the Open Market.
Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
The Science of Economics
By RP Obrigewitsch
March 28, 2013
Revised November 17, 2013
This article is about establishing who is, a Producer, Non-producer or Counter-producer. In this article we will look at the Axioms or tools we can use to determine if one is a Producer, non-producer or counter-producer. These Axioms can also be used to determine if one is in the Capital Producing Economic System or in the Capital Destroying Economic System.
Axiom 9: A commodity, trade, good or a service is classified as a Product when it is:
A. Exchanged on the Open Market (open to all on equal terms.)
B. Needed and wanted and
C. Does not harm the prosperity of the individual, family, organization, society, mankind and the environment.
When all of the above criteria are met the commodity, trade, good or service is a Product and the person creating the commodity, trade, good or service is a Producer.
When all of the above criteria are not met, the created commodity, trade, good or service is not classified as a product. At best the individual creating the commodity, trade, good or service is a rewarded non-producer or a rewarded counter-producer. The individual is a rewarded non-producer or counter-producer when he receives money without exchanging a commodity, trade, good or service on the Open Market for the money. It is very important that all commodities, trade, goods and services be exchanged on the Open Market. Demand for the commodity, trade, good and service on the Open Market establishes the correct value for the marketed commodity, trade, good or service. This is the only way one can get the correct value established for the commodity, trade, good or service. The correct value is translated into and expressed in terms of money units when the commodity, trade, good or service passes through the Open Market.
The individual is also a rewarded non-producer or counter-producer when he receives money for commodities, trades, goods and services that are not needed and wanted. When there is no demand for a commodity, trade, good or service, the commodity, trade, good or service has no value placed on it. It is the demand thrust or force, in the Open Market, which places monetary value on each commodity, trade, good or service. When something is not needed and wanted there is no demand thrust or force placed on this something and this something has no value that can be translated into money units. When one takes money for something that is not needed and wanted he is out exchange. Individuals, rich to poor, who receive money for no production, are on welfare. They are non-producers or counter-producers.
An individual is a counter-producer when money is taken in exchange for something that is harmful to the individual, the family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments. Counter-producers take money in exchange for destroying prosperity.
When all the criteria that classify a commodity, trade, good or service as a product are valid, the commodity, trade, good, or service is classified as a product. The individual receiving money for them is a Producer operating in the Capital Producing Economic System. When any of the criterion that classify a commodity, trade, good or service is violated, the commodity, trade, good or service is not a product. The individual receiving money for them is a non-producer or a counter-producer operating in the Capital Destroying Economic System.
Axiom 10: One does not decide to back money with production, production backs money. Production gives money its value, energy, and power.
This Axiom is very, very basic to Economics. It is a wonder this basic Axiom has not been emphasized ad nauseam in the education of Economics students and in the education of people in all societies. This information should be known cold. The citizens should know this like counting from 1 to 10 or like they know their names or the alphabet. This truth is so simple and basic to the prosperity of the whole economic system. Without it known, it is a wonder there is any economic existence on the planet at all. This Axiom is as true and basic to economics as the Law of Gravity is to Physics.
I am severely, severely emphasizing this Axiom. If everyone on the planet knew and could apply this Axiom. Production gives money its value, energy, and power it is unimaginable how much prosperity we would have on this planet. Everyone would know how to create money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power. Honest individuals would not take money without production exchanged for it. The only individuals who would take money without production being exchanged for it would be criminals or the extremely handicapped. Individuals would know how money symbols, pieces of paper and metal objects, get their value, power and energy. A tremendous amount of confusion would be eliminated.
The counter-producers could be very easily detected. Today they hide, because of the ignorance of the technology in economics. The counter-producers hide and hold onto the money, slowing the money velocity flow. They take money in exchange for destruction; they destroy the value, power and energy inherent in the money units. The Producers create the value, power and energy residing in the money units. The counter-producers destroy the value, power and energy residing in the money units; they suck the energy out of the money units and the society. Whenever the money velocity is slowed; money value, power and energy is destroyed. Wealth and capital are also destroyed.
Axiom 11: A created commodity, trade, good or service is not classified as a product until that commodity, trade, good or service is marketed and sold on the Open Market.
Axiom 12: A commodity, trade, good or service is not a product if it harms the prosperity of the individual, family, organization, society, nation, mankind or environments.
Axiom 13: A commodity, trade, good or service that harms the prosperity of the individual, family, society, nation, mankind or environment is a criminal product.
Axiom 24: Producers are the main beams, support structures and back bone of a family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments. The prosperity of a family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments rests on the backs of the Producers.
Axiom 66: If an individual is prospering and the individual is not producing, the individual is living off the backs of Producers. This individual is lessening those producers prosperity as well as his own prosperity. This is a rewarded non-producer or counter-producer on welfare.
Also, if an individual is receiving more money than he is producing in production value exchanged for it, he is partially living off the backs of Producers and is a rewarded non-producer or counter-producer on welfare.
These Axioms cover individuals as Producers, non-producers and counter-producers from the poorest class to the wealthiest class.
The Producers create energy. They use the energy they have created to create production. The products are placed on the Market where an energy flow is generated. The exchanging of commodities, trades, goods and services on the Market is, in its simplest terms, an exchange of energy for energy.
Energy flows are generated among all Producers participating in a Market. The Market becomes much like a living entity. The energy flows of this Open Market entity are converted into Market forces directed by the ideas and agreements of the Producers. The Open Market occupies space created by Producers for the purpose of exchanging commodities, trades, goods and services. This space can be created anywhere, anytime producers meet and exchange commodities, trades, goods and services.
Each individual has his or her own space. You probably have experienced, on limited bases, another individual’s space. Recall interacting with another individual and how well you got along. You actually made contact with their space and it meshed well with your space. Your two spaces had a lot of agreement. Also, recall interacting with another individual and how you didn’t feel good around that individual. You contacted an individual with a space that did not agree with your space. On Facebook and in life people tend to invite individuals with similar spaces to be their friends.
When we create a Market or an Open Market we are interacting with at least one other individual’s space. A Market is the interplay of individual space. You and your pace are interacting with from one to many other individual’s spaces by way of or through the physical universe. The physical universe is the space that is common to all individuals. We have it in common. We see, feel and hear the physical universe. Each individual’s space is pretty much off limits to the senses of others. The physical universe is the medium we use, when we interplay our space with the spaces of other individuals.
Producers control their space and the physical universe. Producers use their space to create models of the commodity, trade, good or service they want to create in the physical universe. They interplay their space with the physical universe. From this interplay the model is transferred to and created in the physical universe. This is production.
Non-producers don’t create in their physical universe environment. Producers compensate for this by allowing non-producers to have money for no production exchanged.
Counter-producers create destructive activities in the physical universe environment. They create destructive activities against prosperity. Counter-producers will create activities that cannot be classified as products. Their activities will be based on false information, incorrect perceptions, desires to destroy, misunderstandings and not doing a thorough evaluation of the consequences of their creation. Their personal space models used in creating destructive activities are also based on false information, incorrect perceptions, desire to destroy, misunderstandings and not doing a thorough evaluation of the consequences of their creations.
An example of not doing a thorough evaluation of the consequence of their creation is in the field of Nuclear Energy. When a thorough evaluation of the field of Nuclear Energy is made it is shown that the radioactive waste material will be a menace to the survival and prosperity of the individual, family, organization, society, mankind nations and environments for thousands if not millions of years. It will be impossible to seal and make safe all the radioactive waste materials for that long a period of time. It is almost certain that survival and prosperity will be harmed many times by these radioactive materials until the radiating life of the waste material has expired.
The counter-producer will, in many cases, rabidly create models of destructive commodities, trades, goods and services. He will rabidly stand by his destructive creations with great conviction and justification. He will demand money and in many cases demand huge sums of money for his destructive creations. Counter-producers usually know they are creating destructive commodities, trades, goods and services.
When Producers Market their production on the Open Market, they create more interplay between spaces. They take their space and interplay it with one or several other Producer’s spaces through the medium of the physical universe. Of course their products are located in the physical universe. They are inter-playing, their spaces, with each other in order to exchange the commodity, trade, good or service on the Open Market.
This interaction by Producers, on the Open Market, when trading their production generates the energy in the Market. This energy is symbolized by the use of money units. This is where the individual, family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments get their prosperity energy.
Counter-producers are creating a negative energy flow when they market destructive commodities, trades, goods and services. They are taking money (energy) out of the Market with no energy in the form of true commodities, trades, goods and services placed on the Market. Their commodities, trades, goods and services harm the prosperity of the individuals, families, organizations, societies, nations, mankind and environments. This harm cuts down on the production level of the producers. This reduces the energy generated in the Market. The whole society, organizations, mankind, nations, families and individuals see their prosperity potential lowered.
Counter-producers also grab and hold onto energy and power in the form of money. They slow the velocity of money energy. Money is an energy flow. When money flows increase though a society we see prosperity increasing. When money flows are decreased or stopped we see prosperity decreasing. The counter-producers grab and hold money, their game is to stop the flow of money. They take money from the Producers working for them, in many cases, and place it into their pockets without a correct exchange for it. They accumulate massive amounts of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power without exchange for it. They literally stop the flow of money, destroying value, energy, wealth, capital and power. They take money in exchange for destruction.
We can see the importance of the existence of the Producer. The Producer creates all of the prosperity one sees in the society. He truly is the King of the planet. He puts his attention on production. He creates production in his mind (space) and translates it into the physical universe.
Throughout time the Producer has seldom received the correct exchange for his production. The counter-producers have played a huge role throughout history in squashing the Producers.
With this information from Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics we can move forward in applying a workable economic technology. This is a technology that will reward Producers. When applying the technology of rewarding production we will create an incentive for everyone to BE a Producer. Today we reside in an economic system that concentrates attention on rewarding non-production or counter-production. The incentive today is to take money and wealth without production in exchange for it. We can and must turn this attitude around so all who choose to produce will be rewarded for producing. Rewarding production will give incentive for all to produce, moving all Producers toward great prosperity.
Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
The Science of Economics
By: R P Obrigewitsch
April 22, 2012
Axioms of Economics
Constant Money Supply
Money Velocity and Prosperity
- 1.0 Money Velocity and Prosperity
- 1.1 The Money Velocity Cycle
- 1.2 Capital Producing Economics
- 1.3 Vampire Economics
- 1.4 The Goal of a Society
- 1.5 Production Efficiency
- 1.6 Why Money Velocity Slows
- 1.7 Capital Destroying Economics
- 1.8 Producer, Non-producer or Counter-producer
- 1.9 Razor Thin Path
- 2.0 Stock Market
Open Market Economics
Producer Rewarded Economics
- 1. What is money?
- 1.1 What is a Product?
- 1.2 The Four Basic Laws of Economics
- 1.3 Who are the Producers?
- 1.4 All Producers are Workers
- 1.5 Workers and Producers Create Money
- 1.6 Government Products and Services
- 1.7 Non-productive & Counter-productive Activities
- 1.8 Work, Energy and Money
- 1.9 Production Creates Futures
- 1.95 Producers, Non-producers and Counter-producers
- 2.0 Attention and Money
- 2.01 Attention Vacuum and Producers
- 2.02 Attention Vacuum and Producers
- 2.1 Banks Don’t Create Money
- 2.2 Capitalism Without Rules
- 2.4 True Wealth!
- 2.5 True Wealth! Part 1
- 2.6 True Wealth! Part 2
- 2.7 True Wealth! Part 3
- 3.0 Socialism
- 3.1 Political Economic Systems
- 3.2 Producers, Non-producers and Counter-producers
- 3.3 Overt and Hidden Socialism
- 3.4 Capital Destroying; Capitalism and Socialism
- 3.5 Economics is a Group Activity
- 3.6 Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism
- 3.7 Private Forms of Socialism
- 3.8 Capitalist Socialist Economics
- 3.9 Government Socialism
- 4.0 Types of Socialism
- 4.1 Interfacing in Groups
- 4.2 Correlated Pay
- 4.3 System of Measuring Production
- 4.4 Systems of Pay
- 4.5 State of Action
- 4.6 Capital Destroying Capitalism
- 4.7 Capital Destroying Socialism
- 4.8 Use of the Word Capital
- 4.9 Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
- 5.0 Prosperity Thrusts
- 5.1 Pure Capitalism
- 5.2 Right Wing Socialism
- 5.21 Three Types of Capitalism
- 5.3 Left Wing Socialism
- 5.4 Foundation Socialism
- 5.9 Deus ex Machina