Another refreshing (and de-guilting) article about love and relationships for us singles out there, reminding us that finding love has a lot more to do with luck than what we might want to believe (particularly when we’ve found it – what? how could this relationship not be “meant to be”?)
The concept is called induced demand, which is economist-speak for when increasing the supply of something (like roads) makes people want that thing even more. Though some traffic engineers made note of this phenomenon at least as early as the 1960s, it is only in recent years that social scientists have collected enough data to show how this happens pretty much every time we build new roads.
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