Thermodynamics of Economic Growth*

Phil Metz In his wide-ranging 2016 treatise, physicist and economist Robert Ayres considers how the science of thermodynamics can be applied to economic growth and wealth creation. Ayres’s thesis is…

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Announcing BioPhysical Education
A huge school of sardines, packed together. Scientists call these behavior "bait ball". The fishes stay together to escape the attack of predators like sharks, dolphins and other sea creatures.

Announcing BioPhysical Education

The Biophysical Economics Institute believes that integrating natural sciences into economics is key to addressing the primary challenges of the 21st century. Transforming the global energy infrastructure in order to…

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