I suspect that you wouldn't change your position, regardless of how wrong your position has been proven to be.
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And my counter to that so called "law" is ANY product ever produced that has gone up in price, but which has also increased in total sales.
Which is QUITE a lot of products.
You can focus on the middle phrase, "all things being equal", but that alone debunks the entire law, or at the least, renders said law useless, as all other things are virtually NEVER equal. No two events are ever, EVER, the same.
I find that the laws of thermodynamics applies to economics far better, and tend to give a more accurate (so far as I know) result, in terms of an answer to a question.