"What happens to the economy when the government is taking some monetary measures? These measures either lead to redistribution of entropy, or to inadequate assessment of the available entropy. But more often, to both. Suppose that the government has resorted to printing money. Most often this is done in order to overcome any crisis. First, as a rule the most money is received by structures which need it most of all. That is, the structures that either do not add entropy, or do it in a minimal volume. Taking into account the subsequent inflation, it is hidden redistribution of entropy from those who know how to receive it, to those who can not.
But if you need to get out from under the collapse, who do you trust your pick and other tools? Those who know how to use them and walk quite well, or those who have never used them and could barely walk? Of course, the money issue should be directed to the most successful projects and companies. No matter how paradoxical it may sound: to help the most successful has proved that they can multiply the investment.
But in fact the opposite is reality- the state takes away the tools of those who would use them efficiently and gives them to those who can not. Can you predict the effectiveness of such emissions?"