DRAM requires one transistor per cell, which is one reason why it draws much more power per GB than a NAND flash drive
Isn't it fun when somebody technically ignorant tries to explain technology? DRAM draws lots of power because the charge that defines a bit leaks away, and to avoid loss of data refresh cycles are required, which means power draw. Flash leakage is more than 10 orders of magnitude lower, which means that practically speaking a flash device does not need to be refreshed.
There is no such think as a "free market,"
No True Scotsman fallacy
It has been pointed out many times that communism collapses without an external capitalistic society to bilk. ("East minus West = Zero" by Werner Keller, for example.)
An all-communist world collapses into savagery.
Your next prospective employer sees that you've left all your previous jobs, jobs that those employers had built plans on that fell apart when you left. Your prospective employer decides you're unreliable; you can't find a new job anywhere, and you spend the rest of your life in poverty with an increasing number of people who can't be bothered to make a career.
Business is not haphazard, and having a life worth living is not haphazard either.
Why can't governments maintain land,
The history of government owning land is poor, the US not excluded. Do you want to ask a bureaucrat permission to live in a house?
the capitalists own money
What good is money if you can't buy anything with it? Who is a capitalist?
and the intellectuals own IP?
Who's an intellectual? Who decides what's intellectual property? By what right does somebody decide what can be done with someone else's idea?
You're writing gibberish.
There isn't enough gold to back the currency needed for us to keep track of all the transactions we're doing.
Did you bother to think this through? Did you just echo someone's thoughtless comment or lie? The price of gold expressed in units of other currencies is not an unchanging number. In a world with all money being gold or enforceable promises to pay in gold, the ratio of a particular good to an amount of gold will adjust to a number for which the amount of gold under human control suffices. How could it be otherwise?
The system was down for backups from 5am to 10am last Saturday.