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Towards an economic architecture of the rings of Saturn: On the Political Economy Wave, Kaluza’s fifth dimension and an alternative derivation of the Roche Limit

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    This paper presents interesting correlations which exist between a model of long-wave economic activity and crisis in the United States – “the Political Economy wave” – and the structure of the rings of Saturn, one of the most confounding structures known to science. At the present time gaps appear between rings which are unexplained; dynamism within the rings which should disperse the rings does not do so; edges of the rings are not diffuse but well defined; satellites between rings appear to have an impact but this is uncertain. This paper explores the possibility that the mathematics of consciousness, taken as a fifth dimension and understood as incarnate in the study of economics, may assist in the understanding of physics, and possibly vice versa.

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    Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 55276.

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    Keywords: Rings of Saturn; Real GNP; Golden Mean; Phi; Kondratiev Wave; Global Financial Crisis; American Economic History; GNP Spiral; Okun’s Law; Revolution; Kaluza; Fifth Dimension; General Relativity; Astronomy;

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