Everyone always asks me, what is the solution to fixing America? Of course, I have a clear answer for that, which I have been working on for the last ten years. The answer is as fundamental as sending a rocket to mars, the devil is in the detail.
No Revisionist History
The 235-year-old downstream suboptimizations and derivatives of expired truths, producing fallacies of grandiose and engrained proportion, cannot be fixed with an easy-peasy drive-thru proposition. In the same way, a renewable and cost-effective method of putting people on the moon or mars requires adherence to fundamentally higher-order principles, a new rocket, and new engines – all designed to be reusable from the start, this time. A revision of the space-shuttle will not do.
We absolutely can and must reinvent the operating system of humanity, based on the principles of renewal, rather than on the evolutionary false positive of sustainability. We must begin to abide by a higher normalization of nature’s truth defining humanity’s first-principles to prolong its life on our planet. Truths we discovered one hundred years ago and never implemented.
Our current systems are an outright joke, as best explained by a joking woman who approached Ronald Reagan:
When she asked the President; who on earth built the systems we deploy? Politicians or scientists? The President answered honestly and dutifully; politicians. That makes sense, says the woman. Because scientists would have tried them out on mice first.
Our systems are broken because they are not even systems. They lack an embedded theory that, in the words of Albert Einstein, determines what can be discovered. And thus, no predictable outcome can be inferred from virtually anything we call a system these days. A weather system, also not a system, is more predictable.
So, before we can talk about the material impact and constitution of systems that are fundamentally better, we must first describe the method and hierarchy from which those systems and their predictability of outcomes are derived. In the same way the different dependencies and stages of a rocket to the moon or mars are predefined. We have never defined the multi-stage “rocket” of human excellence, so to speak.
The starting point of the hierarchy for a new operating-system for humanity must be aligned with our best comprehension of nature’s first-principles. A normalization of truth much higher than the solipsism we deploy today. Nature controls us, and thus we must abide by nature’s first-principles to live as long as humanly possible. We, at method41, have done the hard work of figuring out what nature’s first-principles are, with a “little” help from Nobel Prize winning experts.
From those first-principles we establish a theory. A theory for humanity we have never before had. A theory that answers the question of why we are here. We are here to improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy. Only our best adherence to nature’s first principles will allow us to combat the decline of available energy, as stipulated by renowned Physicist Richard Feynman.
After the theory is defined and embedded into our systems can we establish rules that enforce the theory. Rules uncorrelated to a theory cannot infer a theory, and become rebels without a cause. Rules that then require more compounding rules to finagle outcomes and deal with clever circumventions, the endless compounding of regulations we see regurgitated today in politics detached from a theory.
All of our manmade systems lack the conformance to a human theory that aught to improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy, and thus those systems fail to improve the renewal of humanity. Instead, they regurgitate the assignment of manmade merit in conflict with nature’s merit. They prioritize wealth over wellness with no redeeming value to human evolution.
The first step to improving the renewal of humanity is to implement the proper hierarchy of disciplines as descibed by my method. The next step is to build the efficacy of the systems of policy, capital, and innovation I also cover in the School Of Nature.