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Renewable Measure

Authors and Presenters:

Jeff BellerSusan Caumont


  • The energy for human thought and human efforts derives directly from renewable solar energy. Just as energy units can be standardized, human energy can be standardized and used as a renewable energy basis for considering values in a human economy. Human renewable energy is the basis for all economies.

Creating an equitable economic system for human energy (physical and mental) requires a base equation for the value of human energy.

  • This base equation can be used as a peg for the currency of any country.

  • The human energy renewable measure guarantees four rights to each person for their approximately 20-hour work week. These rights are education, healthcare, food and shelter.

Why do we need a base measure for human renewable energy?

  • There has never been a base measure for human energy.

  • Human effort is what runs economies and is its source of value.

  • The present valuations of human accomplishment (physical and intellectual) are subjective—whatever your employer will pay.

The proposed equation is:

20 human energy hours = 7.2 mega Joules

  • A reasonable estimate for human renewable energy can be expressed in terms of human propelled bicycle-like devices generating electricity.

  • Other examples of measures and equations in constant use are: inches in foot centimeters, ounces, liters, horsepower, time, etc.

  • This measure gives people a way to compare human effort fairly, worldwide.

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) needs to include the activities of the human existence economy.

  • The GDP cannot exist without the nonwage paid essential social activities of the overall population.

  • Examples of these essential activities would be: child care, elder care, independent research, volunteer work, etc. These activities all represent qualifying hours of work toward a 20-hour work week and its HERM guarantees.

  • The human existence economy provides essential support activities and structure for the “wage pay” workers.

The Renewable Energy Generation Output (REGO), currency helps the free market work.

  • A decimal value of 100 is applied to whatever currency is used.

  • The REGO shows the quality of individual effort, more education, better personality, special traits and talents, etc.

  • Individuals who use more resources, pay more back to the economy.

  • The debt to inherited human knowledge needs to be recognized.

  • Conclusion:

  • A fair economic system can be created when the value of human thoughts and physical effort is based on a standardized base measure.

  • The HERM measure guarantees four basic rights for an approximately 20-hour work week - education, healthcare, food and shelter.

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