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March 24, 2017
Not Just One Error
Systems rarely collapse from pressure to a single structural girder.
Even simpletons invested in the system's continuity will recognize a solitary vector of degradation and correct the source of that problem.
The real wreckage comes from multiple, usually unrelated sources, independently exploiting in quiet infiltration. These ravage the system, making its future ability to function look doubtful.
Most road traffic is more complex than just volume. Quantity can be handled so long as people are orderly. However, individualism makes people disorderly as they space out, fail to plan, and try last second maneuvers that create delays for drivers behind them.
In areas with many migrants from bike and animal culture, driving ability and knowledge is very low. Organizational instincts present huge variance, leading to clashes in assumptions, and those who don't understand the rules or culture surely won't be complying with them. It's unfair to expect primitive illiterate savages to contribute anything positive or to take the place of people with high ability.
Populations based on an average IQ of 100 to perform basic functions but instead using an 85 IQ person will find the lesser able person unable to adequately perform expected function.
Paper statues fill a physical space while capability crumbles, like every society where idiots replace those who created civilization, and nature eventually reclaims the space with few hints left behind of what its healthy people once could accomplish before their mass suicide.
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