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Quantum Economics – Part Three

The “Parameters” in Iphisical quantities, or so called grid that could balance energies and somehow limit the occurrences of the “Big Waves,” most definitely will vary under different conditions and circumstances.

From “regulatory parameters” such as business laws, business contracts and regulations, stocks and commodity exchanges laws and regulations, business ethics and environmental laws are the parameters that lift and let the waves run higher and somehow empower these processes without creating chaos: in an environment of constant changes and motion in such iphysical quantities or grid conditions to lift the vibration and motion up without these energies to set up in motion destructive forces and fluctuations to “functional parameters.” These are technical tools of Economics such as Fiscal and Monetary policies, Social and Medical expenses and exedra are the parameters that adjust the necessary grid /Market/ fluctuations and waves in a short term and eventually disperse and prevent build up of negative energies.

The regulatory parameters are necessary and irreversible when the functional parameters are changeable under different conditions of the real economy. But for clearance of some of the functional parameters level of expenditures in %% of GDP with comparison to the current usage: Social, Unemployment, Medical, Infrastructure and Educational expenses could be much higher under the Market Economics then under the Capitalistic Economics;

First, because the change of accounting from cash base to accrual base which change will expand the existing Capital.
Second , the enhancing security of country’s assets provoked by the enhanced regulatory parameters which will add to existing markets value and allow lending to small businesses and investors unknown to date.
Third, the Global expansion of regulatory parameters will expand local for US capitalization to a Global capitalization which the First and Second points will apply Globally.
Fourth, a Global intellectualization will put a new accent on the intellectual property creating a Global competition which will add business all over the World and help additionally for distribution of wealth.

The Wealth distribution happens to be the biggest obstacle for a free market economics in case for spreading the waves on the grid of Quantum Economics therefore all of the existing and new appearing tools of Economics must be used practically for a proper for the markets wealth distribution to maintain the Supply to Demand ratios and prevent the real economies from getting overheated;

The parameters of Economics are to be used indiscriminately when needed so they can disperse negative energetic build up which can provoke a big wave. Hence, only statistical evaluation of different economic points in the real economy could trigger setting of appropriate parameters with the tools of Economics.

For example when enhancing Social expanses could balance the shrinking Demand or keeps a Market from expending the action must be to do it, or for example when certain business laws and regulations are insufficient to prevent from speculations or deception these business laws and regulations must be promptly dealt with to prevent any damage on the processes in the real Economy.

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Union College Welcomes new Director of Bands


Barbourville, Ky. (PRWEB) January 14, 2015

Union College students will soon be able to march to the beat of their own drum.

Union College President Marcia Hawkins, Ph.D., along with Vice-President of Academic Affairs Dr. David Johns, has announced the addition of Douglas Olenik as Director of Bands to the college’s Department of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts. Olenik will enter into his duties this month.

“Doug has an exceptional range of musical interest and brings an exciting vision for the college’s band program,” Dr. Johns said as he welcomed Olenik to Union College. “He is in Barbourvile now and will begin working with our current students as well as visiting various high schools to recruit for the program.”

Olenik comes to Union from Creston, Ohio. He holds a bachelor’s in music education from Youngstown State University and a masters of music performance and literature from the University of Illinois. Olenik also attended Indiana University where he began coursework for a doctorate of musical arts, studying tuba performance with world-renowned tubist, Daniel Perantoni.

As Director of Bands, Olenik will introduce a variety of styling to the Union College Band program. Olenik plans to introduce a pep band this spring, concert band and will lead a long overdue reintroduction of the college’s marching band.

“My vision for the Union College Band program is simple,” Olenik said. “I want to share our pride for Union College, our history and our music with everyone we can possibly share it with.”

Olenik’s first objective for the program is development of the marching band. He says he has been editing the college fight song and other school songs “for a sound that will truly be unique to Union College.”

“And, the more I listen to this music, the more excited I am about this opportunity for our students,” Olenik added.

Olenik has issued an open call to all students to join in the new endeavors “whether you have been playing an instrument your whole life or are just looking to get started.” In addition to the planned band ensembles, Olenik also invites students to offer suggestions regarding other possibilities for ensemble introductions such as a jazz band or a string quartet. He sends the same invite to the Barbourville community in hopes of developing a community band.

“Again, whether you have been playing for years or days, I will do everything to get you involved,” Olenik said. “I hope so many of you are interested in being part of our exciting music program here at Union College. I couldn’t be more excited to a part of this town and this college and I look forward to sharing our music making with all of you.”

For more information on Olenik, along with some recordings, visit his website at http://www.douglasolenik.com. You can email him at dolenik(at)unionky(dot)edu.






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