Years ago, I co-authored a paper that, if implemented would probably have solved our shameful shortage of available organs for donation.
Enough people would panic and race to be on the registry that the shortage would soon disappear.
The selfish dolts on spring break or in bouncy castles didn’t get that memo: they feel fine, why bother being careful?
In other cultures, less industrialized but hardly less sophisticated, an alternative could be a focus on “us” before “me.”Without a doubt, short-term market needs are often efficiently filled by short-term selfish behavior.
Whoever you look up to, my hunch is that it’s someone who took a longer and more inclusive view.

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