In this case Scott Adams using the Dilbert Blog is talking about then an idea or a business is doomed to fail.
In short, if everyone likes it; it's doomed.
If 90% hate it, but 10% love it; ca-ching.
Does this work in politics... actually yes and no.
Only 10% (if that) will care enough to try and convert the the rest to care. Getting that 10% is the hardest part of changing opinion.
However, if you only get 10% of the votes... oh well.
So is 10% a tipping point on envrionmental issues. I think so. 10% doesn't sound like much. But a 10% change can make a huge difference.
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