176. Deductive Economies Are In Deep Trouble
Today, the U.S. Congress is debating the goodness of the U.S. deductive economy. These debates are necessary because this economy is producing strange results in my research of God and the universe. For instance, in the USA, a deductive economy has produced very rich and very poor Little Gods. Ii also produced a huge debt, a larger government, a reduction of scientific and mathematical people, a large number of criminal people, a large number of unemployed people, a large number of children who are becoming lost because they can't afford higher education, etc. So, deductive economies are not responding to the goals of Little Gods. The parts of a deductive economy are sloppy facts. Metaphysics must be put to work.
I conclude that the world's economists do not know the minds of the Little Gods and do not understand God or the universe. They also do not know the problem of rebirths. For instance, a rich Little God could be reborn by God in a poor nation that accepts slavery. And a poor Little God could be reborn by God in a family that is rich. Thus, a deductive economy is unfair and God will not fix this economic problem. We must learn that equal Little Gods will always serve all Little Gods on any planet in the universe.
Deductive economies will lead only to wars. Nations will remain in deep trouble until they learn about God and the universe.