posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 05:40 PM
reply to post by XPLodER
Something the study also says, but I think you may be missing, is that we work better together when working together is altruistic. You can't force
people to work together and find the same results. It has to happen a la minute, when the need drives the inspiration.
Socialism is not that. Socialism is a regimented "plan" to acheive what cannot be planned: human behavior.
If we follow the axiom of "as above, so below", it leads us to consider this in the context of the "above". Since fractal geometry is the vehicle
that the creative force uses, it would seem logical that the same can happen with behaviors (since the same laws of physics apply). What socialism
is, in essence, is like a square, blocked house. Sure it is well thought out and logical. But it isn't natural, and will not last.
Instead, we should develop our systems to create the framework from which greater things can grow. In essence, begin by teaching ourselves how to be
better, then pass that along by teaching our kids.
Humans are unique in that we can push our ideas forward with some level of stability. We have written language and robust languages allowing us to
communicate intricate details, pushing our collective knowledge forward. And if we ever "forget" something, rest assured it will be "discovered"
again. Fractals demand that it repeat.
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