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  • The critics argued that any body that owns and consolidates a society's means of production cannot acquire the information needed to calculate general equilibrium prices, and that market-determined prices were essential for the rational allocation of producer goods.
  • Austrian scientific thinkers whose ideas were based on Ernst Mach's empiricist notion of energy and technological optimism, including Josef Popper-Lynkeus and Carl Ballod, proposed plans for rational allocation of exhaustible energy and materials through statistical empirical methods.
  • Instead, Murphy argues that they result from government efforts to regulate the free market that have the effect of distorting laissez-faire supply and demand that would encourage the most rational allocation of resources possible, as well as their conservation for future generations.
  • Indeed, Nicholas Negroponte, the head of MIT's Media Lab, has speculated that rational allocation would lead to a colossal reshuffling of uses in which most voice communications would move to wireless service and spectrum hogs like video would retreat to fiber-optic cable.