Re: What will be changed forever
From: Brian Bartholomew (bartholomew.brianyahoo.com)
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2020 21:47:46 -0700 (PDT)
 > Clark concludes that the amount of capital in the world (I have not
> a clue how economists measure capital) has remained constant
> throughout history. [...] Technological advances have not increased
> prosperity because population growth has cancelled out the
> advantages of innovation. Innovations have just kept more and more
> of us even on the treadmill of history.

Then these innovations have not increased prosperity:

 dentistry
 trauma surgery
 cellular phones
 air conditioning

I don't believe these technological advances are worthless. If the
article gets this wrong, what else does it get wrong?

Brian  

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