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We emphasize our option of going sustainable because in truth – there is an abundance of resources in most places on earth. It only requires the tools and skills to extract them – like turning dirt into gold.
Look at all the products that come out of the ubiquitous solar energy, sand and clay, water, plants, and animal. There is enough to support civilization – up to solar electricity, CEB bricks, biofuels, silicon wafers for solar cells, and aluminum, to name a few. It only requires that abundant energy be available to convert one form of substance into another.
If the above were possible, forget about any ills related to our planned economy of resource scarcity – wars, taxes, corruption, and others.