Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Growth and human ingenuity

In this age of easily panicked media, one cannot be reminded too often that the Club of Rome was just about as wrong as wrong can be. Not the finest hour of the technocrats, who forever and always underestimate all human ingenuity other than their own, and a useful reminder that the many prophets of our doom -- especially the contemporary scientists among them -- have all so far been wrong.

CWCID: Glenn Reynolds, who ascribes motives.

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