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Lindy Effect
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The Lindy effect is a theory of the life expectancy of non-perishable stuff posits for a specific class of nonperishables, as being a technology or an idea, every additional day time may imply an extended life expectancy: the mortality rate decreases after a while. This contrasts using living creatures as well as mechanical things, which in turn instead follow any bathtub curve, where each day in its life results in a shorter additional life span: after childhood, the mortality rate increases after a while.

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