In searching for the news today I came across an article that does not really belong in the news but is worthy of a read. I see it as a kind of early warning. So as not to be mistaken, I do not take this article in the way it is intended to be read, but rather as a foundation or an early blueprint for the arguments that will be used to adopt some kind of global control over human behaviour. I am not thinking in terms of some sinister conspiracy by a global elite. I am thinking in terms of where knowledge production meets political, or common, policy. Something cannot be done about nothing, only about something. Where knowledge production meets political policy it is always crisis or there is no meeting to begin with. So something must be done to avert crisis - and when in crisis the individual cannot be trusted to find the best solution that fits their situation. It is always in crisis that governments exert their greatest powers over the individual. In this case, the crisis demands the rationing of resources, and apportioning of resources to each individual by governments - a prohibition on human behaviour. This stands in contrast to how individuals would deal with crisis, real or imaginary, - through free markets and pricing.