Every great idea begins with an understanding of basic math.
To create something that never was before, to deconstruct, replace and rebuild.
To stand in the way of that and to not choose something that is better, not only stands in the way of progress but leaves a person standing in the way of others.
To hold onto the old and not embrace the new, one is left holding something old, that will soon be gone.
To find something new and make it your own, to not stand in the way of progress and others that do so, and to help rebuild, restore and reconstruct the environment with better jobs to make an economy that is strong, can save the world.
Any decision people make to restore balance to nature and work on the solution for environmental problems is always able to be supported by basic math.
A car company that produces electric vehicles, companies that do recycling and ones that do the work to bring back health to an area of land and water, all have a positive effect on the economy and in no way are a burden to anyone, or anything.
People and companies that work against that very basic understanding of basic math are a burden to the economy and our environment of anyone and anything.
They remain in place and deconstruct what is trying to be built. They stand in the way of progress and others that are trying to make something better.
They don’t allow anything to go anywhere and everything is at a standstill because what is replaced with the new has no benefit, since the old still remains.
To save the environment with basic math involves using it to save everyone else, too. To do, or not to do, without the new?