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@chrisaiki imagine a world where whatever you felt like doing, whenever you felt like doing it, you could do that. The flow in that world would be much more friction-less than in the nation-state organization, often conceptualized as "hyper-economics". When humans follow their passion and enter flow, they are 10x more productive than if running on gene-based imperatives.

The increase in growth and productivity leads to increased health and security, and as the world around you becomes less filled with suffering, you're liberated empathically. This further frees up resources, and leads to ever better forms of organization.

When we moved from the middle ages into the nation-state, that is how transformed the world will be a decade from now. It has already changed beyond recognition in the past 10 years.

1998: - Don't get in strangers' cars - Don't meet ppl from internet
2016: - Literally summon strangers from internet to get in their car

The friction I observed these last weeks between two people who were running for presidency did not depend on a scarcity of their incomes. Their programs were different when they had the same genes and few allelic differences. If you look at my posts, you can see that I am pro basic income and I have subscribed for the Grantcoin UBI. I have read many interesting things about basic incomes but the problem remain : how do you build up objectives inside a community once every member have a basic knowledge of the influence of fear on their decisions. I think that my brain is not a computer, does not process information, retrieve knowledge or store memories.

Yes they had the same gene-based imperatives, and they had both been conditioned during an age before the internet, and most of their dominant memeplex and their dominant selfplex is rooted in that world.

The brain and its memes are co-dependent with its genes, and extra-cerebral memes (Leigh, 2010) is a relatively new extension of the brain. The web 2.0 has liberated the brain in many ways, but it is still not liberated from fear-based law, and is in many ways incapable of knowing anything about what the world would be like on the other side of a legal reformation.

On incentives for universal basic income, I've proposed a system which I call Resilience, which would not require community consensus, but be self-organizing and based on gene-based imperatives, greed basically,
https://steemit.com/resilience/@johan-nygren/resilience-game-theory-of-incentive-based-basic-income-using-taxemes-and-branching-schemes

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