299,792,458 m/s: Remote Rule

September 2011
Wired;Sep2011, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p82
The article discusses the concept of the speed in economics, which is discussed in the paper "The Theory of Interstellar Trade," by Paul Krugman.


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