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Why target 0% inflation?
Nature approaches Ideals, but never quite reaches them.

The curve narrows towards the asymptope but never quite touches it.

If it does, it becomes tangential and the wave collapses. 1/
Nash was looking to what he termed "Governing Dynamics". It is a process seen also in his "manifold of the torus" and how it can be emedded in multiple dimensions. The ultimate expression of equalibra in nature. 2/
Nash employed scalars in his "Interesting Equation" which was a further extension of his quest in Governing Dynamics as expressions of equalibra in nature. Ignoring this theme and then compartmentalizing his life's work is a fools errand. 4/
Let us look at this one again. Nash's so called mental illness, should really be seen in this context. A man connected to a larger scheme, where the boundaries between dimensions naturally became confused. 5/
And now some mystery... Do androids dream of electric sheep? 6/
If they do, do they sometimes get confused and identity as sheep?
Am I Satoshi dreaming I am me, or am I me, dreaming I am Satoshi? 8/
This is not an unimportant question.
1954 publication. Computer memory in multiple dimensions, utilizing a Toroidal Field 10/

Perhaps I should call this tweet storm the Venice/Prague lecture?
I was told to look it up while I was dreaming.
Of course, Nash did this with yarn, trying to make connections between articles and pictures pasted on a wall.

It drove him bonkers.🤪

Oh well, let me see if I can simplify a bit. So glad I found this video. Excellent! 17/

Nash utilized Langrangian Scalers in his Interesting Equation. The crown Jewel of his work.
Can you believe I am still talking about #bitcoin?

Maximalism seems rather boring after.🤓🤔
But this hits me immediately with the question of electricity, which generally follows along an ideal path, though its snake like weaving seems rather chaotic and unpredictable.

So the Rand article fits in nicely
Rest for later.
I should mention that much of this comes from trading. In fact, most of my stuff does. The life of an amature quant.🤓🤪

H/T (@FX_Training_Grp) for the image.
A) To summarize both @MishaGuttentag @TheBubbleBubble from a Nash perspective.

Nash essentially said that the "inflation postulate" of Keynesian economics was similar to the the problem of Euclid's 5th postulate in Geometry.
B) Simply remove it and a whole new branch of economics might form.

What is interesting is that in topology (A field of mathematics central in Nash's work) both a dognut and a coffee mug are topologically equivalent.
C) The only difference being that the surface of the mug is subjected to a continuous distortion of its surface.

In other words, central banks set out to make donuts, but often end up with coffee mugs.
D) From the view of the Torus, the asymptope continually inflates the surface as it moves towards infinity.

Essentially, the snake eating its own tail.
E) Ideal Money then is simply a natural balanced approach of achieving continuous growth without crippling inflation.

Interesting that we use the analogue "inflation" in the sense of air filling a tire, to describe this.

It is actually quite applicable.
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