A brief preface explains why ACV is better for economic planning in the future. Money is somewhat arbitrary due to several vagaries in its valuation. Chapter 1 expands a little on the points made in the preface. Chapter 2 gives an example of something potentially worthwhile for energy generation, how to compute its absolute worth (energy gain over energy investment), and some points on computing human labor into ACV. Chapter 3 mentions RCV (Relative Caloric Value) as a cost comparison substitute for monetary comparison. We note that human illness would have a negative ACV that could be computed for economic impact, these factors included in determining cost to the economy.