Comment 116038

By ergopepsi (registered) | Posted January 13, 2016 at 21:57:19 in reply to Comment 116036

Ok, well that clears the induced/latent thing up!

Same thing happened with paper at the start of the digital age. It was expected that we would be using little to no paper in our everyday lives but we now use 50% more per person.

There seems to something magical about the traffic example because if you take away lanes (to a point) there is no noticeable difference in traffic. Traffic volume rises and falls in lockstep with the increase or decrease in the size of the roadway. So, it would seem that the road is in control, not the consumer. Strange...

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