Myself, I have radical ideas that will never see the light of day and probably shouldn’t, at least not at scale.

Myself, I have radical ideas that will never see the light of day and probably shouldn’t, at least not at scale.

One of the reasons I focus on the notion of “buffers” existing that slow down our systems almost to a crawl where very little actually changes in our functioning processes is it can absorb the shock of any one person or idea having excessive sway too quickly, even keeping in mind the massive media powers needed to do such things at scale at present.

One shock absorber in our system for example, is the geographical shells we TEND to operate with.

individual > couple > family > street > neighborhood > city > county > intrastate region > state > interstate region > federal

and from above there’s global > regional alliances | corporate alliances | treaties, etc. > federal

bureaucracies.

But unlike gears in a system of systems, there’s a lot of leeway and play – and always the possibility for a section or even a large portion of the mechanisms to be destroyed.

So what holds various parts together?

What needs to remain if we want changes?

At which levels of the systems should we change and which parts should we leave alone?

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