Posted: Sep 29, 2018 9:33 am
by Cito di Pense
Keep It Real wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:More to the point, if humans went extinct and left the planet to the gnats and tardigrades, there'd be a whole lot less very pointless hand-wringing by amateur economists about how to create a sustainable economy. On the whole, I think this would be a positive outcome of human extinction.

I'm actually a relatively well-qualified economist Cito - but disregard and disparage me as being an amateur if you like.

We've been through this before, KIR. Why aren't you employed by some economic think-tank? The problem isn't your personality. Economic think tanks are populated with folks who talk out of their arses. You're an amateur simply because you're not a professional. I'm noting how much you're weaseling with relatively well-qualified. I'm a well-qualified astrophysicist, relative to you, and that is something that could be tested, as opposed to testing your qualifications as an economist. What you demonstrably have is a vocabulary of economic buzzwords. The rest is up to you to demonstrate.