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Peer Pressure: Underachievers

December 25, 2012

##–> The pressure on society to [Gain wealth] is so great, by the passive sense that without wealth one would live a substandard life. The pressure to accumulate wealth as the prime commodity, as opposed to the [resources required for survival].

—-> Such pressure makes it difficult for people who are more interested in creating, helping others, or otherwise; invention. Making it “dis-interesting” at best, and “unfeasible” at worst, and discouraging young adults from entering the fields.

++ — Its for this reason, capitalism is a direct hindrance to scientific exploration. The illusion of “competition” is just just that, because you have to consider “What are they competing against?”
— The answer you will discover is: no one.

—> The only competition is between those with resources to “buy” the competition, and almost never between ideas themselves, and so… The competition between ideas are irrelevant.
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This is the nature of monopoly.
Those who disagree, cannot provide an argument and will blanket terms like “freedom”, baseless without logic.

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