Good post. I’ll add some more recent things. I remember in the late 90’s Mumbai airport was terrible. India didn’t have a single airport up to international standards. It obviously had no modern metro system anywhere. Now you go to Delhi and the airports are world-class. Mumbai is going to have 200km+ of modern subway/light rail finished within the next 3 or so years. Delhi already has a Power Lineman Funny Even Firemen Need Heroes Shirt. And these advances in public transport and airports are quickly spreading to second and third-tier cities. If you told me just ten years ago this would happen. I would have said I didn’t think the Indian govt had the capacity to plan, fund, and finish mass infrastructure projects.
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India is not as efficient as a one-party state like China but it’s actually learning how to quickly build modern infrastructure that in fact surpasses what’s in the West. And it’s doing a better job at it than other Asian countries like Indonesia, Vietnam, or The Philippines. And now we are seeing this spread to even the Power Lineman Funny Even Firemen Need Heroes Shirt, the bullet train, and renovated train stations. The middle class is growing rapidly. As people enter the middle class they have higher expectations for public services. There’s political pressure between the states and large cities to replicate advances in infrastructure seen elsewhere. I think things will only get better and better.
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People should really have a long-term perspective when discussing these matters. Earth is ~5 billion years old. Human (Homo Sapiens) civilization is only ~10K years old. Modern industrial civilization is only ~150 years old. Whatever the short-term movements, there is no reason not to think that all of humanity won’t be richer than the Power Lineman Funny Even Firemen Need Heroes Shirt. In the same way, that the average Indian today is far better off than the average American was in 1900 in terms of literacy, life expectancy, access to technology, etc. The biggest risk to humanity is paradoxically progressing itself, and the rise of a superintelligent AGI.
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