This reasoning doesn't work! If, say, everybody2 has 5.7 ideas for nodes (on average) after reading any node, then the most nodes you'll ever want to node when there are already N nodes is 5.7N. So the number of nodes we want to create increases quadratically if the number of noders is static. If we assume linear growth of the number of nodes, the number will increase cubically. The only way to get exponential growth in the number of nodes we want to create is to have exponential growth in the number of noders. Apart from being impossible, this would lead to just constant delay between wanting to node something and it being noded (probably by somebody else). So it's really the cubical increase which will finally cause us all to snap. In my case, this may already have happened, as this node demonstrates.