The marvelous thing about the internet is built into its structure: THERE IS ALWAYS a way to get heard.
One of the most dramatic cases I know of it the children on Nauru.
They were entirely isolated BUT the head of the immigration island had an antenna and those that smuggled in phones (which were confiscated when found), you would not know about it.
If you have safeguards against corruption and excess, go for it.
internet access. that is my focus.
Islands of excess equates to functional centralization.
networks done right are powerful .
You can call it “govt” or “capital” but look to has control and how much of it.
get inspiration from how routers functions.
There has to be a stabilizer. It won’t happen magically.
Set of laws or rules, or system features or constraints against excess — something. Buffers.
If you’re balancing the Ph of a pool, you add acid or alkaline. But you can get wild swings for various reasons as it’s not a closed system. So, you add Baking Soda as a buffer. it doesn’t raise or lower the Ph but it slows down the reactions and prevents wild swings.
This is where purely adversarial models fail. No buffer.
Yes having a pace – a clock or some discrete partitioning of a kind – is crucial to prevent excess of corrupted bits. Buffer overflows and such.
You could do it geometrically as well if you like. Anything will do.
What empty universe are you starting with?
Market timing is a complex system. It’s rational but not human rational.
Right now, it does. I want to go back to local sundial but nobody listens to me.
The buffer in the timing – lag times – allows the internet timing to function. A reasonable delay is built in as humans’ own lag times don’t notice, allowing catchup. Timing for gaming synchronicity illusion is a fascinating study.
I think they do, at least going by my cruddy DSL. It’s always jumping from rate to rate, trying to fixate within a particular speed range for best efficiency.
MAYBE. But ping speeds are REALLY fast. a reasonable ping goal is 1/2 the speed of light right now.