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Rent Seeking & the Pareto Distribution

This idea may at first sight appear to be anecdotal. Yet it's happening often enough for it to at least be suggestive of a hypothesis. Much like a carnivore diet and it's relation to manic depression. This hypothesis is not intended to point out particular culprits for punishment. It's not even the intent to be a call out to do something about the problem or to act on it in some way. And it most certainly is not yet another attempt to exhibit ones jealousy of wealth. It is to ask for a dialogue to start on the topic. So that we can finally discuss what is actually there, by observing it 'suspended', free from the judgement of our prior beliefs. A Pareto Distribution is proposed as a natural force or a law of nature. In the economic sense, the proportions of the  distribution are driven by rent seeking.  In other fields there will be other drivers with the same effect on distribution of whatever has value in that field. The reason rent seeking never comes
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