I have to admit having sparred recently with someone, outraged and made indignant by simple science and logic.

I can’t see where that kind of reaction fits in morality.

If a moral argument denies science and logic, the truth, then of course the argument is immoral.

We now have physical proof that scarcity is no longer necessary, and yet it continues to be enforced, driven by immoral arguments claiming morality.

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