What would be the mechanics of going back on the gold standard? Would the new dollar be worth one to one with the current bill, or would there be a conversion factor?
I don't need arguments for or against such a move, just trying to understand what would happen to cash in pocket, in banks, and the value of prices and wages.5 AnswersOther - Politics & Government9 years ago
What would the mechanics be? I assume there would be new gold (or silver) certificates. But what would happen to cash on hand, deposits, and the value of salaries, pensions, and prices?6 AnswersEconomics9 years ago
I got into windows XP with safe mode to try and find out why it keeps crashing. (Old HD in new computer). Used msconfig, and made some changes. It now boots directly into safe mode, and after user select screen, tells me I need windows activated, but I that I can't activate windows while in Safe mode! I tried every option under F8.3 AnswersDesktops1 decade ago
Would I be wrong in an assumption that generally such gases will stream West to East (in the Northern Hemisphere) and low to the ground from their source? What effect does mountains and bodies of water have?1 AnswerGlobal Warming1 decade ago