10 billion dollar(s)

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Would you consider being 10 billion dollar(s) wealthier a large difference or a small difference?

From 50 billion dollar(s) to 40 billion dollar(s). Would this be a large 'gap' or a small one?

What is 10 billion dollars?

10 billion dollar(s) is 10,000 millionaire(s) to the 1 million.
 
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That is more than the population of the city of Rio de Mar.

population: 9,621

California Cities by Population


The name "Rio Del Mar" (From Spanish: Río del Mar, meaning River of the Sea) was chosen to promote real estate in the area during the 1920s.

Rio del Mar, California - Wikipedia


Estimated median household income in 2016: $108,382 (it was $75,282 in 2000)

Estimated per capita income in 2016: $62,137 (it was $39,034 in 2000)

Mean prices in 2016: All housing units: over $1,000,000; Detached houses: over $1,000,000; Townhouses or other attached units: $682,479; In 5-or-more-unit structures: over $1,000,000 Median gross rent in 2016: $2,170.

http://www.city-data.com/city/Rio-del-Mar-California.html


379 millionaires, to the 1 million, to be added.
 
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How many millionaire(s), to the 1 million, is 50 billion dollar(s)?

10,000 millionaire(s) to the 1 million for each 10 billion equals 10,000 x 5 or 50,000 millionaire(s) to the 1 million for 1, 50 billion dollar(s).

Which is 145 less than the city of Cerritos and 126 more than the city of Poway, both being in California.

California Cities by Population
 
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How many years would it take to 'spend', 10 billion dollar(s), per year, to extinguish 10 billion dollar(s) if no interest or 'de-accruement' of any sort occurred?

27,397,260.27397260273972602739726 .

10 billion divided by 365 days =
27,397,260.27397260273972602739726

Which means that the person would need to 'spend'; 27 million, 397 thousand, 260 dollar(s) per day for one year, at 365 days, to spend 10 billion dollar(s).

To figure out 'years', you would need to have a yearly 'budget' in which you are trying to 'stay' within.
 
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So to think what a person might be 'abled' to do, in day, needing to 'spend', 27 million, 397 thousand, 260 dollars could show the 'difficulty' by which he or she would 'finish' the race if 1 year was given to them to spend 10 billion dollar(s) in 1, 365 day(ed), year.



Larry Ellison Buys More Land on His Hawaiian Island, and Now He Owns Nearly All of Lanai


By SUSANNA KIM
Feb. 25, 2014




Ron Dahlquist/Newscom

With the report of nine more home purchased on Lanai in Hawaii, Oracle CEO Lawrence "Larry" Ellison may own more than the 98 percent of the island he bought starting with his famous $500 million deal in 2012.
Since late 2012, Ellison, the CEO of tech giant Oracle, has acquired nine or so more homes near the Four Seasons Resorts Lanai at Manele Bay for more than $41 million, according to The Honolulu Advertiser.
No wonder he bought the airline Island Air, which provides inter-island commuter trips.
What does Ellison's real estate portfolio look like now? Many of his properties are purchased under investment companies that are indirectly connected to him. Let's take a look at some of his homes. You can even own one of them, if you have the considerable cash required. Ellison has at least $4 billion, according to Bloomberg News.

Billionaire Larry Ellison's Hawaiian Island and 5 Other Properties


Considering the length of time it requires to secure a purchase of real estate, this would make it even more difficult.

So, how many days are in 80 years?
29,200 days at 365 days in 1 'year'.
 
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27,397,260.27397260273972602739726 x 365 = 9,999,999,999.9999999999999999999999

however, rounding up makes 10,000,000,000, or 10 billion.


Which would require 342,465.75342465753424657534246575 to be 'spent' each day from the day of birth to the day of birth in the 80th year, to spend 10 billion, 'whatever'.


Toddlers might breathe 20-30 times per minute. Older children and adults, when resting, usually breathe about 12-20 times per minute. Over the course of a day, that adds up to 17,000-30,000 breaths per day — or more! Those average breathing rates are for when you're at rest.

How Many Breaths Do You Take Each Day?


342,465.75342465753424657534246575 breaths would be; ~, approximately, 11.42 days at 30,000 breaths per day.


What does this mean?

237.82 'dollar(s)' or 'whatever' needing to be spent each minute of each day for 29,200 days to have spent 10 billion 'dollar(s)' or 'whatever'.

There are 1,440 minutes in 1, 24 hour, day.

237.82 x 1440 = 342,460.8 which is less than the required; 342,465.75342465753424657534246575


Of course, restroom breaks, eating, washing, etc..... even working, all take up minutes and hours of each day so this would need to be 'factored' in to properly figure out the estimated necessities.


So, 237.82 dollar(s) each minute... The wait time in certain check out lines exceed(s) 2 minutes, which means I would need to find 3 minutes worth of 'goods' to make 1 purchase to meet the 'minute' requirement not including 'shopping time', which would need to be 'figured' out during the evening hours which the minutes are, also, being compounded upon each other, if 'at rest' and not 'spending'.


Is this possible without 'dumping' the amounts in 'large' amounts to which it takes 10,000, 1 million dollar(s), or whatever, 'dumps' to have spend(ed) 10 billion dollar(s), or whatever.

So how long would it take to 'dump' 10,000 times at 1 million to meet the 10 billion 'spent' finish?


Let's see. 10,000 'dumps', at 1 million for each 'dump', each day, at 24 hours in 1 day in a 1, 1440 minute day, would not be a possibility. Seeing that 10,000 exceeds the 1,440 minutes.

So....

In one year, there are roughly 8,760 hours, at 24 hours in 1 day, and, with 365 day(s) in 1 year. Or, the number of day(s), 365, (times) the number of hour(s) in 1 'day', 24. Which is 8,760 hours per year, at 365 day(s) with 24 hour(s) for 1 'day'.


Making 1 'dump' of 1 million for each 'hour' for a consecutive 8,760 hour(s), or 1 year, still does not meet the 10,000 needed 'dumps'.

So....


How many large 'dumps' COULD a person make to finish the 10 billion 'spent' finish?


To 'dump' 25 million at each 'dump' would enable a person to finish the 10 billion 'spent' finish if there were 400, 25 million 'dump(s)'.
 
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Or as with Mr. Ellison's 500 million ... 'deal', it would enable a person to meet the 10 billion 'spent' finish if 20, 500 million per 'dump', were made.


So to 'wisely' spend monies, as many persons say to do, if needing to be cautioned with, might say that an excessive 500 million per 'dump' is not 'wise'.


So how can 10 billion be 'spent' without being 'unwise', or 'wasting'?


But remember that 10 billion 'dollar(s)' is only the 'difference' between 1 person and another and not the 'total worth'.


Remember that a 'person' who does not have those 'wealth(s)' can have the same amount of 'joy(s)' in their life, given that their surrounding(s) is/are conducive to their 'peace and sanity', as a wealthy 'jet setter' who is always on the go and 'traveling'.


What does this 'say'? It says that young ones and children do not need to 'think or believe' that monies is/are the answer(s) to a 'joyful' life.


Living in a place where 'rent' is almost impossible to 'pay' without needing 2 jobs is NOT peace or sanity.


It's a vicious circle/cycle. Inflation of goods, or the rising of prices for goods, globally, causes the rise for rent(s). Farmers or manufacturers who need to 'pay' higher prices for the 'goods' they need to produce or manufacture the 'goods' that they sell causes for the price(s) increases in/on global prices. Although the 'raw material(s)' used is still the 'same', as in their rawness, their price(s) increase at which they are sold causes housing prices to increase which causes labor wages to need to keep up.


Why would prices of the same 'raw' materials which were used in the year 1901 have risen if they are the 'same' as they were in 1901 only with 'more' labor involved in extracting the 'raw' material? And so we get into 'replication(s)' of raw material(s) which require other 'raw' materials needing to be used to produce the 'synthesized' version of the real 'raw' material.


And in a world of synthesized 'goods' nothing really needs to make any sense, does it? We're all getting high off of synthetic marijuana anyways.

The Great Depression, as it is known, which occurred in/around the WWII years, occurred 9 years prior to the Evian Conference.

The Évian Conference was convened 6–15 July 1938, at Évian-les-Bains, France, to discuss the Jewish refugee problem and the plight of the increasing numbers of Jewish refugees fleeing persecution by Nazi Germany.

Évian Conference - Wikipedia


The term, 'Nazi', Nazi Party – officially the National Socialist German Workers' Party were of other far-right groups with similar aims. It aimed to overcome social divisions and create a German homogeneous society based on racial purity which represented a people's community.

Nazism - Wikipedia


And Mr. Albert Einstein wrote a letter to President Roosevelt, in 1939, after Mr. Einstein 'fled' Germany himself to the U.S, in 1939, 1 year after the Evian Conference. WWII began roughly in 1939.

In the letter written by Mr. Leo Szilard and signed by Mr. Albert Einstein, it was written that, "This new phenomenon would also lead to the construction of bombs, and it is conceivable — though much less certain — that extremely powerful bombs of a new type may thus be constructed."


Except for one year in Prague, Einstein lived in Switzerland between 1895 and 1914, during which time he renounced his German citizenship in 1896, then received his academic diploma from the Swiss federal polytechnic school (later the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, ETH) in Zürich in 1900. After being stateless for more than five years, he acquired Swiss citizenship in 1901, which he kept for the rest of his life. In 1905, he was awarded a PhD by the University of Zurich. The same year, he published four groundbreaking papers during his renowned annus mirabilis (miracle year) which brought him to the notice of the academic world at the age of 26. Einstein taught theoretical physics at Zurich between 1912 and 1914 before he left for Berlin, where he was elected to the Prussian Academy of Sciences.

In 1933, while Einstein was visiting the United States, Adolf Hitler came to power. Because of his Jewish background, Einstein did not return to Germany. He settled in the United States and became an American citizen in 1940.

Albert Einstein - Wikipedia


Zurich is in Switzerland where he had citizenship and he was elected to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin, which is in Germany.

So in the year 1933, 4 years after the Great Depression began, 6 years before WWII and 5 years before the Evian Conference, Mr. Einstein was already knowledgeable of what was occurring in Europe. Namely research being done with 'uranium' being used to develop some kind of bomb which would be possible to cause a large destruction..
 
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And Mr. Albert Einstein wrote a letter to President Roosevelt, in 1939, after Mr. Einstein 'fled' Germany himself to the U.S, in 1939, 1 year after the Evian Conference. WWII began roughly in 1939.
Prior to Mr. Einstein's arrival to the U.S in 1933, and even when these uranium studies were being done, I'm sure there must have been a reason why the (J)ews were 'fleeing' persecution even before WWII began. And Mr. Einstein, came from Germany while he was employed/elected with/in The Prussian Academy of Sciences, in Berlin, Germany.

So... how does this 'tie' into the Great Depression which began in 1929, when (J)ews could have been 'fleeing' German persecution, 9 years before the Evian Conference and 10 years before WWII began?

How is 'inflation', price(s) of good(s), rise of rent price(s), rise(es) of price(s) of good(s) bought/sold and purchasable tied in with these events?

The rise of 'synthetic' goods, such as the employment of uranium for 'bombs', such as the 'synthesizing' of 'meth' in Germany and Japan, and others, could have played a role in prices always seeming to need to rise higher and higher.


Of course, we are all somewhat used to the 'inflation' and needing to 'keep up' with how the macro environment works since we 'grew' up during these times, during these times of these 'syntheses'. But could such inflations and rises of price(s) have seemed overly 'strange' for those who were living prior to these years?

And are such 'rise(s)' of price(s), 'synthesis', itself.


What 'law' has been written which states that 'rises of price(s)' must occur?

Could it have something, also, to do with the 'depleting' of natural raw materials to which 'rises of price(s)' offsets certain 'fears' which could be being felt by some Executives?


I don't want to get off track, but demand which requires supply to which the suppliers can calculate prices, but still 'regulated' by Business practices, if continued will continue the need for suppliers and suppliers to still 'calculate' prices, although regulated by Business Practices. But with the 'same raw materials' being used, the prices which are calculated must be in relation(s) to the prices they are required to 'pay' to acquire the 'raw materials' needed to continue their supplying to the demand. Unless 'free' raw material is being used to produce 'goods', those 'raw materials' need to be purchased. So maybe those places which has the 'free raw materials' are as the suppliers to any who require those 'raw materials' to produce or manufacture 'goods' to be offered, at a calculated price, although regulated somewhat by Business Practices, to those who are within the 'demand' part of this balance.

So within this it would be those places which has the 'free' raw materials which can calculate at/to which price they want to 'sell'.
 
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