Cities = Markets = Decreased Opportunity Cost.
It’s the ability to communicate that decreases opportunity cost.
Opportunity cost = increasing choices.
The question is whether increasing choices produces increasing outcomes.
For business it does. For genes it does not.
This is the fundamental problem. Cities Destroy Genes in exchange for lower opportunity costs of consumption.
So we have a choice: (a) continue to bring people to capital at the cost of genes (genetic capital), or (b) bring capital to people to preserve genetic capital.
In other words, redistribute the opportunity costs.