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4-25-2011 @ 3:29PM
25% increase is inflation by 25%.so you, and the above commenter... you're saying something factually wrong. The stats are still being inflated. They just aren't being inflated at a higher rate than before. This is equivalent inflation. You can also have high inflation (like, say the stats were boosted from 40 to 60, that would be increased inflation), or you can have disinflation, where there is inflation but at a lower ran than before (like if the stats went from 40 to 45).It's still all inflation however. I do agree that the premise of what basil was saying wasn't right, because he was making it seem like the inflation was higher, when in reality, it's equivalent inflation.
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