On #ArtificialScarcity , Economical with the actualite.

Its not a bug its a feature.

Are we nearly there yet?

Two weeks to flatten the curve.

Are we there though?

Stop asking, we’ll let you know.


Artifical Scarcity , Going DIrect

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Awesome Rog!

Here’s the short video steve just filmed for you about the test group: video.stevekeenfree.com

Be sure to watch till the end, Steve told me there is a surprise for you haha.




P.S. Here’s what some rebels have said about the last group (image attached)



Exploring Economics Lectures 05: Making economics consistent with thermodynamics I don’t ever want to be accused of Blowing Smoke up Steves Arse so here’s a critique of the good Profs Atmospheric Physics. Prof Keen is a fine Monetary Theorist and not so strong on the ol´ Atmospheric Physics. Readers and watchers might find the Rocket Science Journal of assistance in Explaining what is singularly garbled in this presentation at 53 mins. http://www.rocketscientistsjournal.com/ On the Limits for Growth please also take account of the criticisms of the assumed boundary conditions, again a source of confusion in Prof Keens explanations in this video. Robert Solow from MIT argued that prediction in The Limits to Growth was based on a weak foundation of data (Newsweek, March 13, 1972, p. 103). Allen Kneese and Ronald Riker of Resources for the Future (RFF) stated: The authors load their case by letting some things grow exponentially and others not. Population, capital and pollution grow exponentially in all models, but technologies for expanding resources and controlling pollution are permitted to grow, if at all, only in discrete increments.[27]



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