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Comment: Re:simplicity (Score 1) 1171

by artoffacts (#15677152) Attached to: Stephen Hawking Asks The Internet a Question
Can the market correct this?

Uhmm no.

Why? Because the market, and every free market, is built on the central tenant that when in comes to production, there is and always will be a surplus. A surplus, and the effective sale of that surplus, is sin qua non to any market.

To ask it to "correct" itself would be akin to asking a hemophiliac if he could spare a few quarts of blood.

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