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I agree that estate taxes are good, but saying multigenerational transfer is anti-capitalist doesn't add up to me. The entire point of capitalism is that the capitalist gets to choose what they do with their wealth because they own it, including giving it to their kids. (Which I think is a bad thing by the way.) Socializing wealth at the end of life makes sense because the real source of wealth comes from a tacit agreement between the owner and society: that we will concentrate the decision making power of capital into the hands of those who are most able to return value to society. But fundamentally, the wealth should derive from society at large not from capital itself.

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Yep, "closed system, high calorie production and maintenance of land quality/health" sounds like about everything I want to work towards (and maybe even throw in some low cost and low energy continuous measurement). I guess I'm hoping that somebody can package those concepts together into something with a wikipedia page I could point to that isn't permaculture.

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I'd be curious to know what word you use to describe what you're into now? I cringe a little when I hear permaculture to be honest, but I am very interested in land restoration and low/no input agriculture and would like to know if there's a label for that.

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