Re: Agricultural Skyscrapers

Warrl kyree Tale'sedrin (
Wed, 28 Jan 1998 12:41:58 +0000

> From: Jeff Fabijanic <>

> Michael Lorrey <> wrote:
> [...]
> >However, my story is an excellent example of how government takes good
> >ideas an
> >royally fucks them up so that the policies that are suppose to attain
> >those ideas
> >actually impede them.
> Interesting story! Checking out your site now. A question for you - How do
> you think your technology would have fared in a market without any gov't
> subsidies? Why wouldn't the short-sight human nature to buy cheapest now,
> instead of cheapest long-term been even more strongly expressed?

Good question.

Why, precisely, WOULDN'T removing the greatest single obstacle to
long-term planning decrease the tendency to engage in long-term

Hm... I think I can figure out some possible reasons.

By the way, I don't see that much of a tendency to buy the cheapest
now. Most people seem to want a little better than they can afford.
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