lunes, 14 de septiembre de 2009

RIQUEZA VERSUS POBREZA

El primer principio de la termodinámica asegura que en un sistema cerrado la energía no se crea ni se destruye sólo se transforma. Lo mismo podríamos decir de la riqueza, particularmente si nos fijamos en la riqueza global del planeta: no se crea ni se destruye, sólo se..., digamos, "desplaza". Dicho de otro modo: hay un pastel a repartir entre todos y si unos se llevan de más, otros reciben de menos. Podríamos pasar largas horas criticando a los glotones, y por desgracia eso es lo que normalmente sucede, pero la verdad sea dicha es que los que no luchan por conseguir su parte justa del pastel tienen tanta o más responsabilidad de la desequilibrada situación que los que se benefician de ella.

wealth versus poverty

"During the last decade a lot of wealth in Spain has been generated, but the poverty and inequality they have not been reduced".

“¡Logic! At the cost of that they believe that that wealth was generated?"

The first principle of the thermodynamics assures that in a system closed the energy is not created neither is destroyed only is transformed. The same thing we would be able to say of the wealth, particularly if we set us in the global wealth of the planet: itself is not created neither is destroyed, only is transformed. They said of another way: there is a cake to distribute between all and if some are carried of more, other they receive of less. We would be able to pass long hours criticizing the gluttons, and unfortunately that is what normally happens, but the truth be happiness is that the ones that do not fight for obtaining their just part of the cake have so much or more responsibility of it unbalanced situation that the ones that are benefited of her.