Apologies if I'm badly behind the discussion on UBI, but I'm curious about one aspect of its viability.
One limiting factor in human reproduction rates is our ability to afford food, housing, and healthcare. To the extent that UBI would meet those needs, I would expect human populations to grow even further, until other limiting factors imposed an equilibrium.
At that point, prices would rise, causing an unlimited inflationary bubble with the things UBI was meant to provide for. Because no matter what money games people play, you still have $X people competing for $F units of food and $L units of living space.
Is there some reason people think this wouldn't be a serious problem with UBI?