Over the Hill?

There has always been a "peak" to most resources — we use them until they're too hard to get or until we're draining them faster than they can be renewed. But, NeuroDojo's Zen Faulkes asks, could there also be "peak science?" Is there a point at which we can no longer do more science, and have we already reached it?

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