Ah ha! Yes, I thought so. “A decoupling lemma” “The first of several lemmas that will be used to prove the quantum capacity theorem concerns a phenomenon known as decoupling. Informally speaking, this is the phenomenon whereby the action of a sufficiently noisy channel on a randomly chosen subspace of its input space can be expected not only to destroy entanglement with a secondary system, but to destroy classical correlations as well. The lemma that follows proves a fact along these lines that is specialized to the task at hand. “

Ah ha! Yes, I
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You are doing economics 101 thinking, that’s right. Reality: Consumer spending dropped significantly even with consumer spending boosts. There’s a COIN SHORTAGE because consumers are saving what they can. Why would the pockets of the poor, have spent it? On what? You can’t get much for $10,000. There’s a glut in the market of cheap electronics like TVs and such. There’s plenty of room for increases prices of those goods, which won’t happen for a while because of years of overproduction., [why are TV sets so cheap for years now? Why are cars so cheap for years now?] People have bills to pay, particularly the poor. Utility companies having fewer collections and more normal customers who can actually pay on time would raise inflation how? If rental and mortgage payments are on time for a few months in areas where they are chronically late and people are turned out due to economic downturns normally, how does that cause inflation? If it’s spent on steaks every day for weeks, will we run out of cows? We did run out of toilet paper. I think there is an analysis of the impact that had on the economy.

You are doing economics
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