Re: Government land acquisition,urbanization,and resource utilization(was Re: Homeless)

From: Eugene Leitl (
Date: Wed Oct 11 2000 - 12:01:16 MDT

Adrian Tymes writes:

> <shrugs> True. But just surviving for a long time, even with LE and
> cryo, doesn't push the objected-to gov't towards obsolescence. The USA
> has been around for over 200 years so far, and is currently far from
> extinction. And it's a youngster compared to some...

These extinction events have usually a very short forewarning
horizont. 1940 there was no way to tell there's going to be a Cuba
crisis. We don't know what's going to happen in the next few decades.

Because of growth function assymetry, extrapolating from the past is
not very valid. Will national states at all survive on a century time

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