Status Quo Tax

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Paradoxically, after fixing all of the low-hanging fruit it doesn't make sense to invest in the very costly upgrades. In my electricity example, going solar is pointlessly expensive. That 20% keeps getting smaller, reducing the capital I can justify for future upgrades. So far this is the only flaw of that status quo tax that I've run into. Supposedly the march of technology will eventually create something new worth investing in but for now I twiddle my thumbs waiting for existing tech to get much cheaper.

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