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Kerry Lutz's--Financial Survival Network

Sep 20, 2022

Are we going to face perpetual shortages? Daniel T. Matalon comes on the show to assure us that the shortage of resources is not our fate. Daniel points out that there has never been a point in human history that we didn’t replace a resource that ran out with a better one. Furthermore, Daniel discusses how we measure wealth, and the way that communication and agreement allows us to produce more access to wealth. Tune in for more insight.

-Are we going to face perpetual shortages? It comes down to survival economics
-When discussing human impact investors, Daniel looks to the question of how we can raise $3.5T in what we need for human infrastructure spending
-Is there enough energy in California? If you’re in Europe, the answer is also know. Energy prices in Europe are 17x higher than they are in the United States
-We are proponents of the world game
-Have we ever run out of a resource in human history that we didn’t replace with a better one? Up until now, we haven’t
-Human beings are more providers than they are consumers
-Our ledger of wealth is survival over time
-Wealth is produced by agreement; if we could become more capable of agreement, we would create more access to wealth
-Daniel is about making the world work for 100% of humanity
-At the end of the day, regardless of our partisan positions, we have to figure out what we’re going to do about it regarding if there are enough resources
-Liberals and conservatives both value fairness, but their partisan backgrounds influence their interpretation of fairness

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