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Wright’s Law

The Wright’s Law, also known as “Experience Curve” states that each percentage increase in cumulative production (production volume) results in a fixed percentage of production efficiency increase. Studies carried out at the MIT have found that Wright’s Law is a little bit more accurate than the Moore’s Law (doubling of …

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Macro changes ahead – II

2. Energy There is plenty of energy bathing the Planet, courtesy of our Sun. There is also energy stored in the geo-thermal activity and in radioactive material, although the one coming from the Sun is by far the greatest one. Hydro, wind, tides (Sun and Moon) are related to that …

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