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Open letter from Bruun G re: Sears' "The exorable problem of space;' Science 127:9-16, and Sears' reply.
Moreover, he rejects any evolutionary thesis that the changes he describes entail an exorable move towards perfection; rather, his research shows that while the amounts of each attribute in a standard right over some resource did increase in some periods, those over other resources, or in other periods, declined.
But that doesn't allay my own fears about the in exorable sucking - up of publicly-traded businesses into the private sector maw.