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A prominent senator has calculated the total social benefit of the current amount of space exploration at $3 billion per year. The total social cost of space exploration is currently only $2 billion. The senator argues that a net gain to society would result by increasing the amount of space exploration until total costs rise enough to equal total benefits. Is the senator's logic correct?


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