Diamandis and Kotler

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March 1, 2012
EconLog
by Arnold Kling  
Posted in Commentary

"I am skeptical of Peter Thiel's view that regulation is holding back progress. I recall Ray Kurzweil's remark that regulations are like stones in a river. They do not slow down the river. Abundance gives me the impression that if progress is slow, it is because problems are complex. The authors see opportunities in water conservation and purification, energy production and conservation, health care, and education. However, the picture I come away with is one of a number of competing potential solutions, not all mutually compatible, and none yet proven to work at scale." (03/01/12)

http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2012/02/diamandis_and_k.html  

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