If the project is not successful, everyone is to “blame” because the capital good producer didn’t do her due diligence to ensure her goods would be used in a way that was beneficial to people and planet.
if you reward producers for stewarding their products through their use-life-cycle, then you get a different kind of systemic behavior. You get a system of producers-consumers working together to return products where they came from after they’re beyond their useful life.
The goal of Copiosis is not to create a statistically perfect system. It’s to free humanity so it can solve problems we believe are impossible today, while focusing said humanity on what it most likes to do: whatever that is.
Don’t you think it’s great that everyone would be lining up to feed people? I do. Because feeding people is important. More important than filing. More important than accounting. More important than advising someone on their tax shelters.