Foundation for naturalized economic administration?
It seems pretty obvious that a naturalized administration should be decentralized. This would solve many problems with current administrative models. Centralized models are often overwhelmed into ineptitude and fall far short of important services. An efficient, decentralized administration could in principle have greater resources for providing the services needed. For instance, a large number of localized chapters could be effective in addressing local conditions, needs and services. They could also help to distribute resources from areas where they are more plentiful; provided that the chapters are well networked and organized.
I’ve been considering a few different P2P models for organizing such a network of chapters; and block chain is keeping my interest. Since a large portion of the administrations tasks would revolve around data analysis of some kind, some form of economizing platform would be required for data entry and dismissal. This has me considering a pool where initial entries can be evaluated for entry into the main database. The initial entries would of course need to be tagged with descriptors that would help to sort and expediently evaluate them. This might mean sorting by location, date entered, last date accessed, number of times accessed, candidate for dismissal, candidate for consensus, and a confidence value. This would of course require other tags for the purpose of statistical analysis upon entry into the main database; that should probably be left to the discretion of the researchers keeping and analyzing the data.
Since the data would have a confidence value, I thought maybe a block chain based sharing system could be appropriate. The confidence value would be a currency of sorts with a target confidence value making the decision as to whether the data would be entered into the main database. A minimum confidence value would of course decide if the data were to be dismissed. The tags for entry date, last date accessed and number of times accessed would be for the purpose of evaluating the data in an efficient manner. It stands to reason that, if the data posed for dismissal were to be dismissed in a maximally short time frame, the storage resources would be being used in a maximally efficient manner. If all of these tags were to be dynamic, issues might be better solved and reconsideration might be better facilitated.
Since the overarching system itself would be Proceduralistic; allowing all to participate and therefor enter data into the pool, coursewares for initial data entry would be a very good idea. Providing an access card upon completion might minimize a wide range of issues. The card might also allow access to the main database; for the purpose of finding solutions to issues; however not necessarily allowing editing. That of course would require the completion of additional coursewares. Maintenance of the database would of course be an Epistecratic subsystem; however this wouldn’t necessarily be an issue if educational resources were freely available.
The network of nodes might be composed of a large number of light clients that can be accessed directly or remotely, from personal devices surrounding a smaller number of more secure, full nodes that can be accessed directly or remotely, from the light clients. I’ve been considering Ethereum specifically because it boasts of being a platform that applications can then be developed for. Because of this it may be versatile enough to construct a more secure P2P application upon.
Our economic system has changed very little considering how long it’s been implemented. Unfortunately it’s been in place for the entirety of recorded human history. This is a large issue as we don’t have sufficient real world testing of any type of naturalized economic solutions. What we do have however is a good understanding of some of our more basic needs and wealth of scientific and engineering data. The best way to approach this issue may be to construct dynamic systems that organize such provisions and use the collective wisdom to solve the issues via self-organization. A natural model itself would be one that would self-organize. Creating a foundation for such a system seems to be the most rational approach.