ralfy wrote:Obviously not!
Thanks for your contribution of silly nonsense.
Economics is measured in terms of money.
?? What on earth do you incorrectly imagine you think you might be talking about? Money is only meaningful in relation to things that aren't money, that money can be used to buy: labor, products, natural resources (land), obligations, etc.
Physical universe. LOL.
<sigh> Workers, products of labor, and natural resources are all part of the physical universe, and all very much of concern to economics. So you are merely making a fool of yourself, here. But that's OK. I am here to help you.
The rest of your post is worthless. You don't even know the basics of economics.
That's pretty funny, coming from a clown who doesn't even know that money is only economically meaningful inasmuch as it can be used to buy things in the physical universe that aren't money.