How Democratic Governments Lose Control

There is a lot of debate about the validity of democracy as pilgrimaged by The United States of America. The number of democratic countries is diminishing, demonstrating that a foregone conclusion of human excellence is losing apostles.

Presidential Dogma

President Biden is actively promoting the purported excellence of democracy, despite it being incongruent with the strength of renewal imputed by nature’s first-principles. Moreover, even without regard to nature’s first principles, the constructs derived from democratic appeasement manufactured as consent do not perform very well.

Indeed, the amalgam of human wants, as promoted by democracy, is incompatible with human needs defined by nature. Lest you forget, nature, not humanity, determines the excellence and longevity of the human species. The most intelligent animal on the planet is losing its evolutionary runway by being too full of itself.

Foregone Conclusions

Think about it, none of the lauded measures of human performance contribute anything to our evolution. GDP, for example, is a nebulous indicator of how fast we spin the wheels of finance in a morass of human solipsism. Exchanging more money more quickly does not improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy. Instead, it incurs a net loss in evolutionary opportunity cost to adapt.

The evolution of any species revolves around the strength of renewal. Hence, a democracy must demonstrate how an increase in GDP promotes the strength of human renewal. It does not in a free-for-all of human gameplay, stunningly ignorant of nature’s first principles.

Theorize Not Fantasize

Putting twenty-two players on a grassy field without first establishing and conveying the theory, system, and rules of soccer will not lead to the gameplay of soccer. Letting people decide what they want to produce without first establishing and conveying the theory, systems, and rules of humanity will not improve human renewal.

The discoveries and lessons of Albert Einstein and Richard Feynman taught us a lot about nature’s first-principles in the last one hundred years. None of which humanity has implemented to refresh the fermented state of democracy since the U.S. Constitution was instituted some 230 years ago. We have failed to reinvent ourselves around the newly discovered principles of nature’s truth.

Without an evolutionary theory for humanity, everyone makes up their own. Not dissimilar to a company without a well-described vision and operating plan in which employees interpret their own.


The definition of freedom, short of an evolutionary theory correlated to nature, becomes a discombobulated free-for-all in which the unbridled pursuit of personal freedoms wreaks havoc on the integrity and trust of collective freedom. The threat of insurrection and other forms of public upheaval should not come as a surprise.

Governments lose control because the poor execution and fundamental principles of the democracy they deploy violate the nature of the assets –humans– they are supposed to manage. Human gameplay must match nature’s gameplay, or we will lose.

A Better Goal

We must establish a single evolutionary goal for humanity, to which every country can contribute in its way, supported by its sovereign assets. The plan must be to improve the excellence and longevity of the human species on earth. Excellence is derived from human adaptability to nature’s entropy.

The democracies we have created do not improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy and thus fail to produce the regenerative strength we must build up to do more with less incurred by the decline of available energy from entropy.

As demonstrated above, governments should not attempt to preserve democracies that do not work. They should instead improve human adaptability to nature’s entropy, both at the local and global level, with an operating system for humanity –for the first time– adhering to nature’s first-principles.

Let’s lead the world by example with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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