Ingenuity is Taxing

For 200 years we have continuously removed ingenuity from processes by replacing people with energy, this has been partly driven by convenience but also by government propensity to tax ‘people’.

As we move to an ever greater population and a rapidly decreasing availability of net useful energy we must move to reverse this; to look to the productivity of energy in processes rather than the people. Taxation and incentives must promote this.

The tremendous advantage of this is that we will revitalise the ingenuity in processes and make available the energy stored that is currently causing critical ‘loss to society’ in the form of obesity and ill health.



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