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Absolutely not, HOWEVER mathematics can be logically applied to determine certain outcomes from peoples actions.

DETERMINE : 1.cause (something) to occur in a particular way or to have a particular nature. 2.ascertain or establish exactly by research or calculation

PREDICT: say or *estimate* (roughly calculate) that a specified thing will happen in the future or will be a consequence of something.

DETERMINE EXAMPLE : If people are paying *principal + interest* out of a forever deficient circulation comprised of only *some remaining principal at most* in all all their personal falsified debts one can then logically determine (NOT PREDICT) by applying primary school mathematics & rudimentary logic that so long as people are paying the added cost of interest above the sum of principal its mathematically impossible to ever have inflation. Determining further that the added cost of unwarranted interest is in fact deflationary or a decrease in value by however much interest you pay above the sum of principal in artificial price inflation that steals even further from us when we spend money, merely artificially sustained by further borrowing (alleged) or purported loans that dont ethically or rationally transpire if the purported lender is neither risking or giving up commensurable consideration of value.

PREDICT EXAMPLE: Banks create & loan money regardless if they risk or give up commensurable consideration & regardless if the sum of interest is neither created or issued into circulation above the sum of principal the interest is nonetheless a surplus of value, therefore price inflation is just the result of printing too much money.

CONCLUSION
Therefore we are not predicting, estimating or roughly calculating anything in Mathematically Perfected Economy, much less are we basing any calculation on mere unsubstantiated assumptions bereft of any formal proof. We are instead logically applying rudimentary principles (IE: 1.1.1 ratio) in extending the mathematics from one point to another to determine, establish, or exactly ascertain a particular occurrence or event if those principles are strictly adhered to.

David Ardron.
Advocate / mentor, Co-founder, Co-director – Mathematically Perfected Economy™ (au)

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