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by Robin Bal · October 11, 2015
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It should be. The less you know, the more money is worth…
power = work / time is where this cartoon went wrong. firstly, power =/= distance. looking past that, ‘work over time’ should not be expressed literally, but as work * time, resulting in a significantly less comical conclusion that knowledge multiplies earnings power. but nice try. better off sticking to proving girls are evil.
Brilliant. There is definitely some truth to this. Are managers promoted to their level of incompetence?
Thanks for the laugh.
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Haha!! So true!! Unfortunately there is no money in research.
It’s more like this: The more money you earn the company, the more money you earn.
Thanks for this theorem. Now, I know why I haven’t made much money from my 9 – 5 salary!!
That’s why I started blogging.
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This equation does not describe the amount someone will make, but rather the amount of work someone can do with a given amount of money. If Knowledge = Work / Money (eqn 1), this means that a smart individual (Knowledge) can do more of the things he/she wishes in his/her life (Work), with less Money than a dumb person could. This leads us to the conclusion that a smart/knowledgeable person is more efficient than a less smart one. If we are to assume that smart&dumb people are given the same upbringing and presented with the same opportunities, eqn 1 tells us that, on average, the smarter person will be more successful, which in this world means that he/she will make more money (on average again) than the dumber one.
So this equation doesn’t tell us that ‘the less you know, the more you’ll make’; it tells us the opposite.
Funny, but total crap.
“people who aren’t engineers and scientists easily make more money”. No. Few people in any field make lots of money.
Salary, like everything else in the world, is determined by supply & demand. You’re pretending not to understand that for the point of some bitter humor, but c’mon. Stop being disingenuous.
In my opinion there is a problem with your theorem, and that is that knowledge = power.
Knowledge by it’s self does not equal power, only when knowledge is combined with action does it have any power. Conversly action with out knowledge has no power.
Still thought it was humorous though.
And the reason you have no money is because you spent your time figuring this out and then making it.
that was awesome
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That’s was ridiculously intrigued. Maybe true.
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ok except for one fatal flaw.
Who said that Power = Work / Time
wow man taht was awesome
I don’t know if you really meant something by this, but it implies that the less you know the more you make. That homeless guy down the street is probably a genius…
And postulate 1 is false. Knowledge is not power. Money is power. The world’s knowledgeable scientists can’t convince the world to be green, but throw in Leonardo DiCaprio and they make progress.
money does not have anything to do with money so that equation is wrong
knoledge does not have anithing to do with money so that equation is wrong.
Power=Work/time but why did you say that?
This theorem may be right in some cases, some companies or countries. 😀
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hi great info keep up the good work here is something that put to work in what I do from day to day! There are several ways to market your network marketing business. Some of the most frequently chosen methods to market online are through online forums, blogging and article writing. Often, the reason why people choose network marketing is because finances are limited.
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Why are multiple people saying Power is not equal to Work/Time? Ever taken high school physics? Lol.
But very funny.
This made me laugh.
From what I’m reading in the comments, I guess a lot of the commenters should be very rich…
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postulate #2 is wrong. time does not equate to money. bums have all the time in the world; are they filthy rich?
@Pavel, @Ben, @disagree,
Power = Work / Time is a reference to the physical quantity power, which is the rate at which work is performed (hence: work/time, or work per time). This is the same “power” that you hear about when talking about cars (horespower) or lightbulbs (watts). Its inclusion here is sort of a nerdy inside joke that those who have studied science would get. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_(physics).
An easy and interesting way to think about power is the origin of the term “horsepower”. In order to figure out how good their steam engines were compared to horses, engineers needed to quantify the power horses could put out. So, looking at horses working in coal mines, they measured how high a horse could lift a given load of coal (height x weight = work) and measured the time it took. Dividing work/time gave power, and by establishing standard values for the height, weight, and time they arrived at a standardized power for a horse; horsepower.
Clearly they are mixing definitions of “power” here, since the “power” in the saying “Knowledge is power” is more like power in the political sense.
Funny nevertheless 🙂
power=work/time is the equation for finding mechanical power
if you don’t know what money is, or what it is used for (a trusted means of exchange),what is it then? Money definitely has something to do with knowledge or at the very least imagination.
This is not true because I don’t get it and I don’t have any money…
The reason why businessmen, politicians, salesmen, actors etc. so “easily” earn money lies within our perception, not their abilities. In short it’s like a lottery – there are so many businessmen etc. trying to earn money that by the laws of probability it is reasonable to expect that some will succeed big time. It’s in human nature to notice the best and forget all those who failed.
Also, scientists are not so into earning money in the first place. If they were then I am sure that they would have more or less the same percentage of success. Except perhaps mathematicians. I believe they would have above average success. If I remember correctly, some of the best investors of all times were two mathematicians. I don’t remember their names.
I don’t get why people have to correct the theorem or the equation.
It’s supposed to be a joke… Nuff’ said.
Many years ago I wrote a theory similar to this:
People who are very smart and have knowledge and experience in many fields (well rounded and diversified) will always earn less money than someone who has specialized and knows only about one thing.
Of course, what a great site and informative posts, I will add backlink – bookmark this site? Regards, Reader.
In my thinking, I add, and change the formula for myself, and insert somewhere:
“one’s connections” + “one’s willingess to kowtow”
that explains it all !!
Power does indeed equal work/time. Its the standard definition. look in wikipedia or any physics book.
Where the cartoon is wrong is time=money. This is not true, it should be time=1/money or money=1/time. Time is inversely proportional to money, not directly proportional.
@liz: time is money, even for a bum. Say you’re a bum and your job is to collect cans. It takes time to collect those cans, and by doing that you’re turning that time into money. Their time is just worth a LOT less than other peoples’ time.
Maybe I should have been an NHL hockey player instead of scientist.
It’s interesting to find how challenging the content side is for some
And still no one has noticed the typo in the last slide: “Those of you who have had >>difficulity<< following this presentation must make a Lot of Money !" Sheesh…
The reason is as follows;
political thinking is based on lies enuendo deception illusion and camoflage, which is of no help in science
creative thinking is based on truth, wisdom, honesty, common sense and clarity, which is of no help in advertisment
money follow advertisment.
they who achieve have little time for propagandizing and they who have time to propagandize have little time left for achievment.
its a delema
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