Science March

Nobody asked but …

A car goes with specific inputs.  Economy goes with many more inputs, but less specific.  It is no less a science than physics and chemistry.  These sciences are interdependent.  Economics may not be in the march for two reasons; 1) scientists often mistrust economics as being unspecific, and 2) scientists only trust fictional data wherein input is controlled, and nonspecific output (undesired) is ignored.  Non-linear, unspecific, unquantifiable, complex output need not inquire.

— Kilgore Forelle

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