If you have a ratio you're monitoring which is based on "C = A / B", you can increase that ratio by increasing A. However, there comes a point of diminishing returns where the increase in A basically yields a linearly growing C. Now, if you take B and reduce it, your C will change exponentially. If you really want hyper-fast growth in C, let B get close to zero and see what happens.
They have "A" wealth and we have "B" wealth and their power (the wealth they'll retain after a crash) equates to the ratio "C".
We're reaching the exponential stage of the crash.
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