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We can learn much more

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Please consider applying the following to the understanding you have of political economy so far:

Power produced into oversupply reduces the price of power while purchasing power increases because power reduces the cost of production.

What would happen, in other words, if a productive machine, such as an social economy the size of America, employed the surplus power currently available into methods by which more surplus power was created and stored briefly as electricity and other actual stores of productive power and as soon as a new method of making more power is known then that stored power is put back to work increasing the store of power?

What is the limit if that is done, and since that is not done, what is limiting us now?

Instead of this:

Instead of that, what could be our highest level of productive power accurately measured by July 5th 2013?