A differential of four orders of magnitude? Scalable economies versus repeating economies, the latter doesn't have to be zero growth. Technology is a variable but so is entropy.

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A differential of four orders of magnitude? Scalable economies versus repeating economies, the latter doesn't have to be zero growth. Technology is a variable but so is entropy. Entropy negates the nullity of zero growth, revealing this Malthusian-like fallacy, only more so. Sustainability is sustainable!

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