Wooden pedestrian bridge by CreativeNature_nl

What are Natural Universal COOPERATIVE ASSETS?

So Natural Universal COOPERATIVE ASSETS are :

COOPERATIVE ASSETS that are based on a natural resource, abundant or not, on Earth or elsewhere (Current limit: Solar System).
The notion of Universal means, either a Common Resource present throughout the Earth (Air for example). Or a Common Resource whose benefits of exploitation must be shared by all. (i.e Gold Mine underwater outside the Territorial Waters)

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The only two “rational” ways to play Capitalism

On the other hand, the price agreement does not allow us to collect the maximum possible price because we have to deal with the other companies with whom we will reach an agreement. But it is much easier to have an agreement of this kind than to sweat hard to reach the Nirvana of the Monopoly

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INTERNET is definitely a COOPERACTIVE ASSET. A Digital type.

Today, when a COMMONS, a COOPERACTIVE ASSET is by itself, Universal, it can, potentially, benefit everyone. This is the great strength of the Digital COOPERACTIVE ASSETS. By their nature, they can be profitable and enjoyable for the greatest number of people. And the INTERNET is a new COOPERACTIVE ASSET. We must be aware of this.

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The Moyennitude Index! The Median remuneration of employees in the same Company.

The Median is a geometric distribution! [I use the word geometric to indicate a spatial notion, of space, of distribution plane. And not the notion of geometric median.] With this value, we have half of the elements below this value. And half of it above. So it’s a split line. We have two equal sides on each side of the value. 50% have less than the value. And 50% have more than that value. It is an extremely important benchmark in social analysis. This should be the criterion chosen instead of the average, which has many perverse effects on display and comprehension.