The Law of the Conservation of Resources and Effort

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“That’s how the market works. There are only finite resources, and they all require labor to be made consumable. If one person takes more resources or does less labor–or, as is so often the case in your America, both–then someone else will receive less resources and do more labor to make up for it. It’s like a law of physics, but instead of mass and energy it’s called the Law of the Conservation of Resources and Effort.”

-Nikola Montpierre, Dividing by Ø

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