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 Even though quality of life generally increases for all agents, there is a significant cost in terms of inequality and the suction of wealth from society by the wealthy. And it's worth emphasising that there are no greed or privilege elements in this model; the gravitation of wealth to the wealthy is simply a mathematical function of their costs becoming proportionally less and less. Even though quality of life generally increases for all agents, there is a significant cost in terms of inequality and the suction of wealth from society by the wealthy. And it's worth emphasising that there are no greed or privilege elements in this model; the gravitation of wealth to the wealthy is simply a mathematical function of their costs becoming proportionally less and less.
  
-When both the transfers of wealth and energy are taken equally into consideration the net benefit to society is only marginal, whereas a society that was hypoethetically based on the transfer of energy //only//  (open access) would be significantly before off.+When both the transfers of wealth and energy are taken equally into consideration the net benefit to society is only marginal, whereas a society hypothetically based on the transfer of energy //only// (open access) would be significantly better off.
  
 — //[[colinrturner@gmail.com|Colin R. Turner]] 2021/03/21 20:14//— — //[[colinrturner@gmail.com|Colin R. Turner]] 2021/03/21 20:14//—
  
  
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