In hierarchical mimesis, one node infects the entire network
In heterachical mimeis, memes needs to propagate throughout the entire network to survive
The distributed mimesis network is infinitely more resilient to corruption, id est ‘bad memes’
All human transaction follow these patterns, wether it be social currency or extension of that, id est political currency, in hierarchical networks, one node infects the entire network.
The most resilient political system is one that elevates heterarchical networks,
and one that also scales to any network size,
clusters form local economics, and these overlap to a glocal economy
The ‘political system’ described in this infoverse scales to any size, connecting through networks of trust, and each network cluster behaves as a ‘local economy’,
Small networks, such as local communities, might not benefit from an extension of social currency, but larger networks such as industries benefit from a ‘political currency’ that coordinates them, and this currency might as well be universal/global, since value is set in every transaction, and thus it scales to the entire planet, a panarchy mirroring the internet.
In heterarchical networks such as the internet, the half-life of memes decreases, thus memes have to be reproduced frequently to survive, this makes it almost impossible for memes such as dictators to stabilize.
a ’hegemon’ node will ‘infect’ the entire network - this explains a lot of patterns
The idea relates to top-down hierarchical political systems in general, and the aggregate effect of rankism. Generalized it´s about how negative influences, memes, flow through social networks, and in a hierarchical network they aggregate, but a heterarchical network is self-filtering and more resilient to ‘bad stuff’.
The ‘political systems’ described throughout this infoverse build on hetearchical networks, that greatly elevate peoples ability to collaborate, from local economies to a global panarchy. Integrated in the system is a basic income redistribution that feeds wealth surplus back to the nodes, self-balancing relative the total wealth. Thus, the common good will become narrative, as anywealth surplus is redistributed back to the entire network.
A mutual currency system such as Ripple scales to any network size, and the same ‘currency’ can be used by the entire human population. ’mutual currency’ sets value for every transaction, every node can set the value it considers wise, and, and it automatically balances to panarchy trade.
This software already exists, see #software. What needs to be added is a basic income algorithm that self-balances to each of the overlapping heterarchical clusters, wealth is redistributed proportional to connectivity, each network cluster behaves like a local economy, and when transactions overlap networks, the algorithm balances to that as well.
That is the algorithm that needs to be invented. All other software is already online.
The origin of labour exploitation and inequality can be found in the evolutionary psychology of dominance hierarchies. These hierarchies evolved for small tribes, small and familial enough for people to find means to claim their right one way or another. Even if people lacked barter resources, there was always gossip, sympathy and other social means. The tribes upheld fairness somewhat like modern families, relying on social means rather then economic ones to secure fairness. But society grew bigger, and under the rules of mass-civilization capitalism, there is no longer any empathy or sympathy to appeal to, no social means to claim ones right. The social means to uphold equality has been replaced. Creatively destroyed. Now,money talks. Thus in order for our social nature to function in our modern systems built around money, it´s imperative to recognize that today money is the primary mean for exerting dominance and that we need to decommission the systemsinhumane dominance hierarchy, by ending the primary reason for subjugating to it: poverty.
mimesis flows through social networks. Within hierarchical networks, memes aggregate down the rank.
within heterarchical networks, memes compete in a democratic attention economy.
The optimal political system for the homo sapien population would be a heterarchical democracy.
The political system that is described in the ‘bipedaljoe infoverse’ is designed to elevate their social memetic nature.
A ‘decentralized monetary system’ with a ‘basic income algorithm’ automatically redistributes wealth, id est power, to maintain a heterarchical social network. The amount of redistribution is enough to disintegrate costly hierarchical structures. This elevates their mimesis pathways, and the most altruistic of their social nature.
This system is designed from sapiens collective intelligence, and their knowledge about their own memetic nature.
These are just rough sketches: http://panarchyeconomics.blogspot.se/
If you see the patterns, just get reproducing with people around the globe, and upload more memes to the attention economy of the ‘global conversation/mimesis’
The design of ‘panarchy economics’, or whatever we shall call it, mirrors the design of the internet. They both evolve from and for the same conditions, to elevate collective intelligence, and both systems have the surprising ability to change everything.
A political system that extends the social currency of mimesis into political currency,
Hierarchical politics that accumulates power is the root to most of humanitys problems
Hierarchical power structures are the root to most human suffering
Think ‘corporative structures’, dictators, people with too much power
non-democratic, corrupt, hierarchical power structures
memes aggregate down the rank, think military
bad stuff/memes/behavior/’u know what i mean’ spreads
free exchange of memes,
New Narrative / Science:
Economics, politics and memetics converge into one.
Think Ripple, add self-scalable basic income algorithm, and imagine how it shifts hierarchical networks into heterarchical,
These blogs are just sketches, and millions of people around the world are creating state of the art media that explains this, will soon be online.
it´s just one system, one software, but I have a hunch it could scale to the entire planet, and each network cluster would interact as a ‘local economy’, and this is only for large scale networks / communities, small scale probably work better with just social currency, like u said, but larger scale ‘industries’ probably benefit from what I just decided to call ‘political currency’ that coordinates them
this is essentially just basic income capitalism, but I think developing a more accurate scientific terminology framework will accelerate the transition
As networks grow in size it is useful to have a universal ‘political currency’ that extends social currency, and scales to any network size, a universal credit that scales to a global panarchy. Think of it as the internet of economics.
Combining economics, memetics and politics into one science, and from that infoverse of collective intelligence designing better ‘political systems’ that self-organize in heterarchical networks
It all relates to ‘negative stuff/behavior/memes/u know what I mean’ aggregating through hierarchies of power, and as humanity dissolves the political structures that uphold these hierarchies, they´re free to connect as they consider wise, through social currency, and this self-organizes into groups of common good, collective intelligence.
It´s basically saying ‘let´s all get along’ but also designing a ‘political system’ on top of it, with ‘political currency’, a universal credit that scales to any network size, from local to global, and connects our global economy with the cluster governance networks that we lead.
We´re still sketching on this terminology framework, but progress is exponential :)