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sc94597 said: 2. Yes, it explicitly says it is adjusted for inflation and PPP. That's better, both images are more or less synced. Even plato of 1930-40s is here. The bottomline is poverty has been greately reduced (doh!) as energy flow per capita almost showed geometrical progression growth post-war, even the fact that inequality has increased greatly since that time...
sc94597 said: Are things really that bad? What are your thoughts on this (this is adjusted for inflation and PPP, before you ask.) 1) Higher res, no? 2) Methodology? In other words, does the change represent actual change of the poor or relative value of $? 3) Here's better pciture to see the dynamics, since a joule hundreed years ago is the same joule today,...
In order for this to work to the extent optimistic comments over here suggested you'd need one fundamental thing -- free energy, which is one thing humanity is lacking as a whole as current trends are downward, be it energy production or consumption per capita. At least never such fundamental changes have worked in the past without abundance of energy and always it has been coupled with upward...