Wednesday, January 9, 2013

My favorite thing about change............

It "frustrates policymakers and economic and social planners."  That alone makes all the collateral disruptions endurable, and even enjoyable.  
As usual, Walter Russell Mead is on the case.  This time he is opining on Chinese efforts to create thorium reactors and the unbelievable possibilities - if they work.
WRM concludes:
"Accelerating change is the only constant in our times. Change is inherently unpredictable, often radical, and usually disruptive. That frustrates policymakers and economic and social planners, but it is a reality that we ignore at our peril."
Interested readers can find the whole essay here.

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