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It is only at the resurrection that the identity of Jesus becomes fully manifest, but is it not as a mythological figure, but the human Jesus, and ‘regarded as an unsubstitutable individual in his own right’, and in this sense is ‘most fully historical’.
Those costs are completely alien to the wind and solar industry, unless you can find me a rare “unsubstitutable” resource that only exists in an enemy nation.
Lumping together (to cite just a few of scores of possible examples) highly substitutable but relatively limited resources of liquid crude oil with unsubstitutable but immense deposits of sedimentary phosphate rocks, or short-lived atmospheric gases with long-lived radio - active wastes, struck me as extraordinarily meaningless.