When starting Philosophy of Metrics (POM) on December 31, 2013 I had no real idea what to write about. There were some general ideas which assisted in coming up with the name for the site, but outside of that I viewed it as an opportunity to get some thoughts out.
Within a few weeks it became self-apparent that my focus was leaning towards the transformation of the international monetary system. Outside of a few older articles and vague references it appeared that no one was aggressively researching and presenting information on this transformation and the use of the Special Drawing Right (SDR) of the International Monetary Fund to achieve the evolving objectives.
On January 21, 2014 I published the first of what became a ten part series titled SDR and the New Bretton Woods. It was this series more than anything else in those early days which contributed to the success of POM.
With each instalment the readership grew and more sites reposted and linked to the material. The success caught me by surprise and gave me a sense of responsibility to ensure I presented accurate and knowledgable information so POM wouldn’t become just another site spewing absurd and unprovable truths and fear mongering.
Volume One accounts for the ten part series which was published between January 21, 2014 and April 7, 2014. It represents the early days of Philosophy of Metrics and can still be considered the foundation upon which the whole site was built.
The seeds of the more complex and intricate trends which we now review and discuss can be found in these first attempts at deciphering the international monetary transformation and the associated geopolitical ramifications. Long-time readers will also recognize the esoteric theme developing throughout.
Philosophy of Metrics has evolved according to its name. The associated nature of economics (metrics) and esoteric patterns (philosophy) are what provide POM with its unique perspective and insightful conversations which take place in the comments sections.
Most of the predictions and long-trends which have been discussed on POM have proven extremely accurate. As the site continues to evolve and transform this accuracy will continue.
The site itself is built upon truth and the application of wisdom and patience. The audience grows in slow increments as more readers recognize the truthfulness of the information and revisit when world events unfold as predicted within the long-trend discussions.
There are untold years ahead of us which will provide endless material for further analysis and discussions. The evolution of POM will continue and this original ten part series will always be the cornerstone upon which it was built.
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