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  1. There was an old joke I’ve always felt was appropriate to present day politics.
    Person 1 addressing person 2 at night, looking for something on the ground: “What are you looking for?”
    Person 2: “My wallet. I lost it down the street.”
    Person 1: “So why are you looking here?”
    Person 2: “The light’s better here.”

    Human interaction, exchange and free market economics is a non linear or fractal process that is not amenable to linear analysis. Subsequently, humans invent simple linear systems and attempt to impose them on the experiment for no better reason than the illusion it would give them control and subsequently improve the outcomes. Unfortunately, their reasoning if flawed and the system always fails, often spectacularly until the next generation tries to do it again.

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