Global Wave Compression
Stephen Ternyik ()
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The universal topological scaling of the global economic 'tree of life' is a 4D cosmo-temporo-logical hologram; the local roots (1-2D)and global branches (3D) are inter-connected data clocks that operate via quantum wave compression.The role of an optimal reserve requirement ratio for the global monetary production economy is elaborated, connecting globalistics, monetary reform and new statistical learning; entropology is introduced as special metaphor for the current process period of world economic bifurcation.
Keywords: bifurcation; entropology; reserve requirement; world economics; wave compression; globalistics; data science; monetary replication (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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