Posted by Peter Franks on April 14, 2011, 2:04 pm
On 4/14/2011 1:20 AM, Giga2 <Giga2 wrote:
Further, those 'experts' don't decide a single thing for me. They
provide their expert OPINION and the I DECIDE.
Posted by Giga2 on April 15, 2011, 4:14 pm
Don't you decide *who* to ask for advice rather than whether the advice is
good? At the end of the day all you get some idea of is if you trust that
person, they have a good reputation etc. Eventually you sometimes have to
accept some people do know more than *you* in some areas of life.
Posted by Vaughn on April 6, 2011, 8:03 pm
Actually a temporary subsidy for new technology can reduce costs by creating
demand, (IE: "creating a market"). The larger demand should lead to
manufacturing and distribution efficiencies and competation that can greatly
reduce unit costs.
Posted by Peter Franks on April 6, 2011, 8:38 pm
On 4/6/2011 1:03 PM, Vaughn wrote:
1) The initial cost has not been reduced; it has merely been shifted
from one demographic to another.
2) Governments are not instituted to 'create markets' or to control
economies of scale.
Posted by Tom P on April 6, 2011, 9:04 pm
On 04/06/2011 10:38 PM, Peter Franks wrote:
sure - it really makes you wonder why big business donates so much money
to political parties, right?