Not only material success, but adequate, effective, and on-going, long-term Earth Sciences, time-sensitive goals get achieved, such that the economic incentives are adequately funded by an private company assessor-rating system of bonuses or penalties, or economic incentives and disincentives based on a Value Index that assesses, values of Earth science destructiveness, or Earth science constructiveness.
Monies calculated using the decimal number on the Value Index shows objectivity in implementation and collected in accredited, banking-industry, private banks, that also determine credit worthiness from the decimal number of the Value Index.
The bonus-penalty equation takes the value found in the Value Index and multiplies it by market price then, adds or subtracts, that product from the market price, based on whether the new figure is, an incentive or disincentive, or bonus or penalty.
An incentive that is achieved by adding the product of the Index Value and market price, to the sole market price, takes funding nicely from the disincentives derived from the sum of the negative index value that is multiplied by the market price, then the product added (it’s a negative figure because it’s Earth-sciences’ destructive) to the market price, for the sum of disincentives, equal to the incentive, in U.S. dollars.
The private initiative given private economic incentive bonuses and lower credit ratings by the private bank, after the private company assessment of Earth Sciences time-sensitive, priority work, is given it’s positive decimal value from analysis of it’s business plan by Earth Science top, private university departments, determining (1) priority, (2) effectiveness and (3) time schedule relative to other top priority Earth sciences projects.
This concludes that private initiative works in concert with private company assessments supported by top, private university, Earth Sciences departments or colleges’ approval of assessor standards’ decimal values on this index, for working private corporate subsidiaries, later to be parent corporations achieved by individual effort and GroupThink.
This is value driven, creating real markets, for real dollars for $100 million trillion U.S. real dollars (2008) over 500-year horizon, profit margin for individual investors, and corporate profits.
This is chunky beef from the bull of a real stockmarket, instead of an over-confidemt stockmarket queried for relevance and life support. Are we too royal?
Abraham “Ricardo” Boulder