Pernicious problems orient humanity to important things.
In a previous post, I wrote about how using physical money is a terrible way to run civilization, mainly because money was created by governments to finance wars, not to make civilization work. Money and markets care little for people. At the end of that post, I argued that we can do better. I believe net-benefit reward (NBR) … Continue reading All humans are priceless
A guy on Facebook asked a question that a lot of mainstream people probably ask when they hear about what we’re doing with Copiosis: "Why are you not interested in fixing our current form of government? I know our system isn't perfect and the problem is we allowed the corruption to get out of control, … Continue reading Why we can do better
I get inspired when people ask questions that stimulate improvements to our innovation. The following came to me via a Facebook post. How do we decide which human behaviors are more desirable than others? If it's true that our political leanings (the way we view the world) are heavily influenced by genetics, how do we then peacefully find … Continue reading Kindness, unkindness, and genetics