We all know nature’s renewable resources keep humanity alive. We, like all animal species, are dependent on a dynamic equilibrium with nature.
Equilibrium to Equilibrium
The quality of the air we breathe, the quality of the foods we eat, the quality of the water we drink. All are needed to promptly regenerate the cells challenged by pathogens already making up the majority of our body mass attempting to eat us alive—another precarious equilibrium in need of maintaining.
None of this is news. So, what causes continued widespread human ignorance of nature?
The answer is simple. Humanity has not implemented the theory, operating model, systems, and rules to support our evolutionary dependence on nature.
We must come to terms that our most heralded human construct, our democracy, is an insane testament of human solipsism. For it falsely infers the consensus of human wants leads to newfound excellence of human needs. That humanity knows what is best for humanity and the world.
The beauty of the United States is our democracy, the bad part of the United States is our democracy.Bill Clinton, Former U.S. President
To protect the interest of all people, you do not need democracy. You need an understanding of human history and a commitment to evolutionary principles.
Homo Sapiens survived our cousin ancestors because of our ability to collaborate and protect the members of our species intelligently—without democracy. The continual expansion of the fractal of human ingenuity by a few serving us all. An evolutionary meritocracy, not a democracy, defines our existence.
Some two hundred and forty-four years of coddling the evolutionary ignoramuses amongst us, asymmetrically better protected by the unshakeable prowess of self-aggrandizing democracy, grows the cancer to an evolutionary meritocracy.
Not humans but nature defines the merit of a meritocracy.
Our collective wisdom as the most intelligent species ever lived has deteriorated severely, as witnessed by picking recent Presidential compositions staunchly denying the overwhelming evidence of evolution. And in continued evolutionary ignorance by new “sustainable” investment programs in blatant violation of nature’s first-principles expanding the fractal of human ingenuity in all the wrong directions.
Systemically, we implement constructs to coagulate our stifling commonalities rather than stimulate our meaningful differences to expand the human fractal continually. We engage in the lowest common denominator of grand scale groupthink destructive to human evolution. And then we act surprised when countries without democracy eat our lunch.
Time For Change
Change is simple; I came to find out after laboriously dissecting our policy, capital, and innovation practices. All we need to do is change the name of our evolutionary game.
To start, we must, for the first time, define a theory for humanity in compliance with the first-principles of nature. We have not applied such a theory today, as the reason why the actions of humans are so discombobulated and destructive. I have defined a clear evolutionary theory for humanity, derived from my observations of nature.
Then we must begin to deploy real systems embedding the aforementioned human theory to convert discretionary input into desired evolutionary output. We have no such systems today, turning humanity into rebels without an evolutionary cause.
Then we must deploy paradoxical rules to support and maintain the expansion of freedom of those systems to support the dynamic equilibrium nature demands from us. All human activities, including the creation of companies to acquire capital, must comply with the objective of the stated theory—the purpose of capitalism for the first time achieving evolutionary meaning.
The late and great Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore proved you can make real change happen in the shadow of democracy and through the gaping holes of constitutional Swiss cheese. In practice, a democracy is a mere opiate of the people, anyways.
So, let’s change before it is too late. Let’s lead the world by example with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.