<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Soflasnapper</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Actually it shows that is was a false start.
Like throwing a gasoline on wet timber. It looks like it ignited and is going to continue to burn only to die due to the dampening effects of the water.
Yes, too little, and over too soon to ignite much, with the dampening as you mention.
About like having too little of hill to get an engine turned over to start the car if you have a manual transmission. A bit of commotion when you pop the clutch, and then you realize you are hosed. </div></div>
True. However my point was that the accelerent would not be able to ignite the wood due to the forces working against it.
No matter how much gas you pour on petrified wood it still wont ignite.
They tried to emulate what FDR attempted. Which is a entirely different argument.
The approach to the situation was wrong. Especially now that we are interlocked in global economy which exerts its own economic pressure. In this case a dampening effect.
I dont believe they took into account all the variables. If that is even possible when considering considering the complexity of the global market.