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For The First Time In Modern History, A Better Future Is Not The Base Case

"For any ideology the gradient between the present and the future has always had to be positive."

"For any ideology the gradient between the present and the future has always had to be positive."
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3 comments on “For The First Time In Modern History, A Better Future Is Not The Base Case

  1. It reminds me of the theory about prices..They are stable until shaken..exogenous event?..Then they approach ‘true value’ until shaken again. There was a book with a very similar chart on it from the 80’s

  2. Paying for environmental sustainability + Japanification almost everywhere means his “path to avoid” is inevitable. The “spitituality if subtraction” camp says this would be progress, just not the economic growth type. The people wanting to personally avoid the situation have bought crypto, blaming it all on centralized authority.

  3. What of coming job losses to technological innovation (AI etc.) as an input?

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