Emeriti Exile: 338-348 CE

Emeriti Exile: 338-348 CE
Exile: 338-348 CE, Thassos, Greece

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

46: Pension Expansion Era

Emeriti Order and the Observable Pension Expansion Era
Pension Expansion Era began 1,676 years ago in 337 CE

It is now 13.8 billion years after the Big Bang (and counting), and during the last 1,676 years we have experienced the Observable Pension Expansion Era (OPEE). Since that fateful day in 337 CE (See above), the Emeriti Order has made significant contributions to the ongoing process of Pension Expansion, which is a central requirement of a Civil Society. Currently, Dark Energy Forces appear to be slowing the rate of Pension Expansion below the rate at which the Universe is expanding.

Pension Expansion Rate (Red Line) after 337 CE (diagram)
Note Significant Decrease in 1984 CE (Dark Energy Onset)
Source: BHI Center for Pension Enlargement Studies
The Pension Expansion Rate Deficit (PERD),  threatens to destabilize the Electro-Thermal Equilibrium, and Emeriti Scientists are developing new technologies to bring stability to this key aspect of the current Universe. The project is being pursued with a sense of urgency in light of the 1 to 5 billion year "Sunset Clause" that theoretically limits the viability of our Solar System.  Emeriti Space Scientists first observed the PERD phenomenon in 2003 CE and have subsequently charted the Pension Expansion history starting with Roman military practices up through the Post Industrial period, and found a drop off after 1984 CE (Randish Dark Energy Onset), and a significant decline after 2003 CE (See Diagram).  Both celestial and terrestrial factors are now being analyzed and a paper summarizing the findings is expected to be published in September of 2013 (After August Maine Vacation).  This is a timely subject for all inhabitants of the Universe, and Scientists at the BHI Center for Pension Enlargement Studies are striving to sustain Electro-Thermal Equilibrium and bring order to the Universe for the benefit of all kinds of humans and other organisms as well. "An unpensioned life is not worth living." (A. Schopenhauer, 1859)

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