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July 13, 2006

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Mark Bahner

"You seem to be assuming a growth rate of per capita income of more than 7% a year. Which is way higher than historical averages..."

Yes, I predict per-capita economic growth will accelerate from 2-3 percent per year to >10 percent per year by 2060:

http://markbahner.typepad.com/random_thoughts/2004/10/3rd_thoughts_on.html

...due to advances in computers:

http://markbahner.typepad.com/random_thoughts/2005/11/why_economic_gr.html

David Stern

You seem to be assuming a growth rate of per capita income of more than 7% a year. Which is way higher than historical averages...

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