02 April 2009

Change as up-speeding or down-slowing

Change-as-accelerant is part of the ideology of the modern era that deems natural resources cheap and labor resources dear. Change-as-decelerant is a countervailing force that honors the natural resources and prohibits the sale of labor. It moderates the acceleration and preserves the system's sustainability. Change as decelerant can kick in, say, like every seven years, just to keep all the players honest.

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