Saturday, December 10, 2011

The Plan

While you were busy with a pair of pubic hair pom-poms idolizing dead political figureheads to satisfy your own pathetic emotional shortcomings, I was studying the history of globalization to get some context on how vector commanders operate.  There is an ongoing debate somewhere in academia about what eras did and did not quality as phases of globalism and I am of the belief that this classification is a moot point.  Regardless of the actual phases, the phase itself will have five financially quantifiable properties to define it: Dependencies, tools, force, morality, and weakness.

This is a phase map of globalization between 1855 and 2067 that I have created to assist you in understanding my theory.

You won't be able to read this by clicking on the picture above.
Click on me so that your inferior eyes won't have to strain so hard.

Notice that I break revolutions down by topic.  The most important observation in this chart is that a revolution in statistics always triggers a revolution in finance and science.  Any tool that assists mankind in getting a reproducible understanding of aggregate data gives us a greater predictive capacity when dealing with that aggregate.  As it turns out, trade relations between labor vectors ("the market") and the nature of the Universe itself are two massive and dynamically adapting aggregates.  Only through statistical clarity can these aggregates be observed and tinkered with for specific outcomes.  The biggest statistics revolution of all will be the advent of artificial intelligence.

If the vector commanders are facing a reality where their control grid will either yield tremendous leverage or nuclear hate, then in the interest of preserving their control grid, they must abandon it in its current form to embrace a new one that has reduced volatility.  There is, however, a slight problem with that approach: Over six billion people are currently invested and heavily entrenched in the current control grid.  Can't really Ctrl + Alt + Delete that shit, no matter how urgent the need, and expect things to be nice and smooth.  Labor vectors have weird and totally entitled expectations of consistency and causality.  Even the mightiest execution of Two Minutes Hate/Love would raise a few eyebrows.

We have to think big and act small.  The plan is to convert the current risk-laden neoliberal economic model into the dramatically risk-reduced post-emotion solution without disrupting influence over labor vectors.  It will be no easy task and it will take years to accomplish but once its done, labor vectors can be spun up  and terminated on demand and the steady state becomes one step closer to reality.

The key is to trigger a statistics revolution.

1 comment:

  1. You hope too much. They would rather watch the entire world burn than give up any aspect of the current system.