2:35AM Jun 4, 2021
Had a good conversation with Kristen and Dave hard to classify, but definitely about how do we make social structures that are more long term friendly and more likely to generate access that is then funneled back into that social structure. Part of it being then used for, like sustainability of the upset social structure, but part of it just being invested into new experiments, new offshoots of its self that then also have some some lineage back to the original one some connection from like, like a little mothership that is able to sort of feed and support these offshoots. sprouts. And then there's also the the other side, which is what does this look like when applied to a explicit geographic region, perhaps a rain forest river? And eventually, you know, an entire planet or series of planets? Where Now, how do you distribute decision making, but also awareness of, of costs of both implicit and explicit costs, for example, logging? Who gets to decide whether a forest is going to be the source of resources? And you know, one might say it's whoever lives in around that forest? And so how do you give each one of those stakeholders a voice? Not a simple democratic one vote equals one, one count binary? Yes, no, but something complex, something was able to allow decisions to be made around complex things. I mean, we we don't know what what's coming in the next 10 years. How are we supposed to build voting systems that account for for it, we can just barrage everybody with? Yes, no. Votes at the ballot box, about how our karimova voting system works in this this, this stuff is a couple 100 years old. So what is the future voting system look like? That sort of accounts for complexity and very rapidly changing situations where you have like high degrees of information, asymmetry, even even accounting for the internet and social media and speed of light. There, I think, norms and situations that evolve fast faster than even that can support so how do you I mean, essentially, how do you let people talk with one another, across vast distances across? I mean, potentially, when they don't know what they're talking to, but they, they, they know that they're talking about the same thing. They know that they're worried about the same questions and trying to seek the same outcomes. And so yeah, how do you translate those different perspectives across vast distances and sort of support that at large scales for good conversation?