Physical Capital

In general physical capital refers to any non-human asset made by humans and then used in production. First and foremost is the awesome human body which is the entire “physical” structure of a human organism.  By the time the physical structure reaches “adulthood” it consists close to 100 trillion cells. The organ systems of the body include the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system, digestive system, endocrine system, integumentary system, urinary system, lymphatic system, immune system, respiratory system, nervous system and reproductive system. Wikipedia – The bottom line: this is how one gets around, does, travels, able to use, impact or be impacted by all other forms of capital. The tangible resources used to produce goods and services. The synthetic resources used to produce goods and services. Capital is a factor of production that has been previously produced. Unlike other types of material items, capital does not become a part of the product. This should be compared with financial capital and human capital.

It may include tools, clothing, shelter, irrigation systems, dams, roads, boats, ports, factories or any physical improvements made to nature. Buildings, machines, and technical equipment used in production plus inventories of raw materials, half-finished goods, and finished goods are forms of physical capital.

Our focus will be directed toward appreciating, protecting, maximizing the use of physical capital to be able to navigate, contribute and impact all other forms of capital to improve upon and sustain a quality of life that benefits all forms of life. This awareness and conscious flow of information will seek to inform when there are strategies to improve upon the physical capital of the human form or where opportunities exist to maximize, utilize or capitalize when physical buildings become available in communities for $1 or some other related amount that often times never reaches those who could benefit most. Stay tuned…

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