Julian Simon Quote

Our supplies of natural resources are not finite in any economic sense. Nor does past experience give reason to expect natural resources to become more scarce. Rather, if history is any guide, natural resources will progressively become less costly, hence less scarce, and will constitute a smaller proportion of our expenses in future years.


The Ultimate Resource 2 (ed. Princeton University Press, 1998) - ISBN: 9780691003818

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Our supplies of natural resources are not finite in any economic sense. Nor does past experience give reason to expect natural resources to become...