Would disclosure be the end of capitalism?

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I feel like it’s been hinted at a lot, but it really feels like capitalism and disclosure could be tied together and that is why some people are fighting against disclosure. This may be obvious, but it doesn’t mean it’s not worth discussion. If full disclosure happened tomorrow and we learned that we really do have zero point energy technology, it would make the foundation of capitalism obsolete because we no longer would rely on fossil fuels. I don’t think the economy would crumble, I think we would all adapt as we have as a species when other major changes occurred.

Think about how freeing it would be to take things a bit easier if we aren’t all fighting just to survive with so many, if not most people living paycheck to paycheck. I think it would be a much needed reset button where we can all take a step back and reassess what is important to us in life. Kinda how Covid made us all face some really difficult traumas together, but we got through it, and I personally feel like the silver lining to it was that it offered a lot of personal growth to a lot of people who chose to do something different with their lives.

Disclosure would be something that could literally unify people because we would all be in the same boat of understand that we have been lied to our entire lives. That would be traumatic, but we can handle it and keeping the lie going is way worse than if they would just take responsibility and let the chips fall where they lie.

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