Tuesday, September 27, 2005

A U.S. Constitution Completeness

L.A.Gillespie

"To develop the skill of correct thinking is in the first place to learn what you have to disregard. In order to go on, you have to know what to leave out; this is the essence of effective thinking." Kurt Godel

The U.S. Constitution requires a XXVIII'th amendment, to solve America's and the rest of the world's problems. This amendment is necessary because of the incompleteness of the existing U.S. Constitution. The present state of capitalism and U.S. Constitutional law can be proven mathematically incomplete, by natural equilibrium law, first discovered by John Nash, around 1950... A completed constitution is one where the greatest good is best served by the highest equilibrium possible, of new constitutional laws. This certainly is not now the case. The natural law of equilibrium is the highest of all the natural laws, thus should be respected so. Only your deepest soul sees the world truly, and the above can be clearly seen by any honest person. The incompleteness of human understanding can only be enhanced toward completeness by truly realizing America needs a 28'th amendment based on the natural law of absolute equilibrium.

The natural law of philanthropic equilibrium can produce superior systems of universal economic justice. The power of the above's natural law ideas, creates law with teeth, as ideas connected to the natural laws have real teeth and true power. You see, the rudimentary problem is The U.S. Constitution's incompleteness, from our founding fathers on. Both Jefferson and Franklin offered completeness solutions, in their day, but these ideas did not make it into the original document - They should have. Franklin's works offer an international bank to manage the offshore tax havens, and Jefferson's works offered the 11'th amendment against monopolies. Many throughout history have offered these same solutions, from Plato to Keynes and our own Paul Davidson, but they have not been instituted, as they should have been. Isn't it about time?

The natural law of equilibrium demands an evolution of the U.S. Constitution. Natural equilibrium law demands a separation of powers to balance the U.S. Constitution in a perfect universal competition of markets, to create a true universal justice. The completeness of the separation of powers for the U.S. Constitution can be accomplished by simply creating and adding a 28'th amendment. The incompleteness of the separation of powers in the U.S. Constitution is glaringly obvious, when it is simply pointed out, and historical knowledge teaches us that natural equilibrium law works best under the widest separation of powers possible. We need a higher equilibriating U.S. Constitution, beyond Godel's constitutional incompleteness.

Remember, liberty is equilibrium, and absolute liberty is absolute equilibrium! The ideal is the absolute equilibrium of your law structures, and the problem only exists because there is no rudimentary natural law thinking. The natural laws grant the only way out of the semi-entropic systems. The higher ideas and natural laws of philanthropy and equilibrium are the only ideas and laws to best the lower ideas and natural laws of supply and demand, comparative advantage, and free trade. The fundamental house of naturally equilibriated laws, will be, and is, our only true savior. The rights of liberty, justice, and equality is a natural law of the absolute equilibrium - The scales of true justice - The balance of All! The highest spirit of the law is the highest natural equilibrium - possible!

L.A.Gillespie

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