No need to model.
Science 2.0 describes
way of modeling complex processes. Much as I appreciate analog and concrete ways of doing things, this one probably won't help. The originator suggests that it could serve to model stock market crashes.
No. Stock market crashes are not 'non-linear' or 'chaotic' processes, they are CRIMINAL
processes, ordered and commanded by a criminal syndicate. When Goldman needs a crash, Goldman makes a crash. That is all.
The solution is simple. How do you reach ZERO PROBLEMS? Eliminate the object that creates problems. When I perceived the risk of trees falling on my house, I didn't try to predict the probability of falling; I didn't buy Pine Default Swaps; I had the trees cut down.
When my own elderly memory was starting to create problems with a cabinet door,
I didn't try to monitor or predict the door; I didn't buy Door Headbump Futures; I removed the door.
Same with markets. The stock market, with its associated speculators, is a constant and deadly danger to society, with absolutely no conceivable benefits under any imaginable circumstances.
REMOVE IT. ZERO MARKET = ZERO PROBLEMS.
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