[VIDEO] A Good Rep Results In A Great Life In Copiosis

In Copiosis, reputation matters. That’s why decent human being behavior pays off. An unpleasant person lording their success over others today may find nobody wants to work or associate with them in Copiosis.

Worse, they may find most unwilling to give them what they need. That’s why we say people provide food, clothing, shelter, education and healthcare at no cost. They don’t give them for free.

Your behavior follows you in Copiosis. That’s why each person gets a reputation account. This account helps your reputation follow you.

Reputation accounts helps others predict what you might do in the future. That way they can decide whether they want to work with you.

They also help people decide whether or not they will give you necessities. If, for example, your reputation says you destroy others’ property, housing stewards may not let you live in their homes or car makers might not let you use their cars.

Further, how someone relates to and gets along with others also gets included in reputation accounts.

Everything in a reputation account first goes through a resolution process. This process vets the accuracy of what goes in. So if something proves false, it doesn’t go in. You can participate in the process. Those passionate about keeping these accounts safe and accurate steward the process.

In this video we explain more about how reputation accounts work. We know many saw that Dark Mirror TV show speculating what can happen when reputation monitoring goes too far. But what’s described in that episode bears no resemblance to how our reputation accounts work.

Copiosis: Soon More Popular Than Obamacare

Copiosis replaces Obamacare
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Copiosis offers, among other necessities, healthcare to everyone at no cost. Those providing healthcare get rich. The Copiosis founder explains how that happens below. So it is possible to provide healthcare and all other necessities at no cost to anyone. Capitalism can’t do that though.

November’s federal election results put the kibosh on republican plans to kill Obamacare. Despite best attempts from the right, Obamacare today is more popular than ever. Trump relinquishing the White House means the popular federal program is here to say.

That means, like it or not America, America is closer to socialism.

Those who don’t like that trend should look at Copiosis. Yes, it ends capitalism, but it also ends socialism just as decidedly. Communism too!

There’s so much to like about Copiosis if you give it a serious look. But most don’t do that at first blush.

But we don’t need “most”

Good news is, we don’t need “most people” liking Copiosis now. They will in the future though. Like everything people like today, Copiosis is following the tried and true product adoption curve. In the beginning that means a small percentage of people people find out and get excited about Copiosis.

Eventually, we reach the majority of the population, who by then will find Copiosis compelling. When they do, Copiosis will become our collective, de facto economic system. Planetary economic disruption baby!

The technology, or product adoption curve. The heart of our transition strategy. We know how to implement this strategy and we’re already producing indicators of success.

Years ago I talked with a convicted felon and successful businessperson (a construction contractor) who said during an interview that “Obamacare killed my company”. It’s interesting when I hear that coming from people who believe in free enterprise, free markets and such. “Obamacare” didn’t kill this guy’s company. His unwillingness to go out and grow his company did. Any entrepreneur worth his salt realizes challenges are there to be overcome, not succumbed to. So to say a government program killed your entrepreneurial pursuit is, in my opinion as an entrepreneur, an admission of personal failure. Not an indictment of the government program.

Pull yourself up by your bootstraps for god’s sake! LOL. (sarcasm and irony intended)

Copiosis ends capitalism

There are so many fundamental challenges facing humanity since I originally wrote about Obamacare and its popularity. Far more companies are dying today and it’s not because of Obamacare. It’s because capitalism can’t work if people don’t. And COVID-19 has kept people at home, thereby revealing how much humans really are slaves to the capitalist system.

I think as much as people love Obamacare, they’re doing to adore Copiosis once they really understand what it offers. Not only does it offer absolutely ALL healthcare to everyone at no cost at all, it also provides every other necessity, and it doesn’t depend one bit on anyone working against their will.

Copiosis is happening. Many don’t see it yet. They will, in time though. And we have all the time in the world because Copiosis is the idea whose time is here.

How Copiosis Supports The Elderly

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Someone asked: How are those in need of care, such as the elderly, get care when everything is a volunteer-based? Who will care for them?

Everything is not “volunteer-based” in Copiosis. Things happen when people follow through with their passions.

For example, Perry, the Copiosis founder, is not running Copiosis because he decided to “volunteer” for it. He’s doing it because it’s his passion. His passion drives him. That’s the case with nearly everyone on the Copiosis team. They’re not doing it as volunteers. They’re doing it because they are so inspired by it they can’t not do it.

Does that make sense?

So those in need will get care because there are a LOT of people who are freaking crazy-passionate about that kind of thing. Here’s a blog posted where Perry shares an experience that illustrates this perfectly.

So it’s not possible that people won’t find care. “Care” will be all around them.

How NOT Paying People Makes Life Outstanding For All

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A post appeared on a conservative blog highlighting innovations the private sector is developing to get around the still lingering Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). Unfortunately, the blog no longer exists. But the point was, and remains, that conservatives do not like healthcare for all, likely because someone has to pay for it, and, frankly, some people just don’t want to pay for it.

That’s understandable. When money is scarce, as it is in this system, people get stingy about it. They believe they work hard for their money. So should other people. The same for things like healthcare. Everyone should pay their way.

It reminds me of comments some conservatives make about Copiosis. When they hear the amazing benefits Copiosis produces, it’s hard for them (and most people really) to understand how they can be produced without paying for them. Even communists struggle with the idea.

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Scott Pinkerton is a proponent of Communism and even he can’t understand how things can be provided at no cost. Why would conservatives understand it right off the bat?

Society already accepted subconsciously that it wants healthcare for all. Many argue it’s a human right. So no-cost healthcare is coming. Today the majority of Americans want more healthcare and more spending on healthcare. The challenge is other people are concerned about how all that healthcare will be paid for.

They way out of paying is not paying

This rock-and-a-hard-place situation is where policy makers find themselves. This situation – people wanting more care and more spending on care, but not wanting to pay for it – is also why the problem won’t be solved by the private sector. It needs to make a profit. If no one pays, there’s no profit.

In Copiosis, all healthcare (except for elective medical procedures) are provided to all at no cost to anyone. How on earth can any system do that? Common thinking, such as that exhibited by Pinkerton above, goes like this:

  • It takes all kinds of resources, but generally, land, labor and capital, to make “healthcare” happen.
  • Essentially, none of those resources happen by themselves, you have to pay people to access these resources, to get people to contribute their labor, or their capital.
  • Therefore, unless you’re going to pay people, “healthcare for all” is not going to happen.

But do you really need to pay people? Let’s think out of the box starting with a couple of assumptions:

Assumption #1. All human beings deserve healthcare as basic human right.

Assumption #2. Traditional ways of “paying for it” may not work anymore given assumption one. A capitalist country can’t pay for all that healthcare if it is given to people without them paying for it.

These conflicting assumptions require creative thinking. Let’s see if we can do that.

Reverse engineering healthcare for all

First, let’s redefine how our free market works so that the “cost” is isolated. What does it really cost to deliver healthcare? It doesn’t cost MONEY.

For most people, getting them to work doesn’t mean paying them, it means providing them a way to get what they want. We think people think they want money. But what they really want is a way to get what they need to live, so that they can spend their time enjoying life, which includes consuming things they want.

So the question about COSTS (if you ignore the intermediary of money) is: how do you satisfy people’s wants and needs in a way that will inspire them to work?

First, let’s tackle the needs (food, clothing, healthcare, shelter, education). Let’s provide those for everyone without them having to pay for them (bear with me). People who produce these things (raw material providers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers) and everyone else now have all the basic necessities they need at no cost to them, so they don’t need money to get those things.

Remember, everyone is getting these now at no cost, including healthcare. So the people providing healthcare products and services no longer need money to pay a mortgage or pay rent, buy food, etc.

Now, let’s look at those wants. People’s wants aren’t as easy because they vary considerably per person. Let’s classify all those things that people want, generally speaking, as Luxuries.

Now, some luxuries are more valuable than others, so we need to capture that value somehow, so that we moderate demand. To do this, we need to use money. But we’re not going to use money as it has been used throughout human history. That causes too much bad stuff to happen.

Instead, let’s define money this way:

  1. It is totally virtual and fictional. That means it exists in digital form only. It comes into existence when it is needed and it goes out of existence when it is spent.
  2. It can only buy Luxuries.
  3. When a person buys a Luxury, the buyer’s money doesn’t go to seller, it just disappears (remember point 1).

So now, we have satisfied everyone’s needs and have created a way to moderate demand for Luxuries (wants). Left as it is, we’ve removed a big motivator to people taking action: paying for what they need. We’ve made people lazy (or lazier if you believe people already are lazy)!

But wait, we’re going to motivate people through their desire to consume luxuries. We’re going to do that by paying people. But we’re not going to pay people for the work they do. That’s too arbitrary. What if I work as an assassin? We don’t want that.

So instead, we’re going to pay people for the RESULTS their work produces. But not any result. I could still get paid for killing people!

Let’s assume we all agreed on a way that accurately determines how much one’s work benefits other people. The more a person’s work benefits another person, the more that person gets paid for her work.

If no benefit shows up, she gets nothing. Under such a scenario, a healthcare worker would eagerly provide healthcare services to a person (a patient) because obviously, improving one’s health produces a tremendous benefit for the person receiving the care, right?

Now, there are no costs in paying this person, because there are no costs using virtual money. All the IT work needed to support the virtual money is being provided by IT workers in the same way healthcare is being provided by healthcare workers. The healthcare worker’s output is measured according to how much benefit is produced and that kicks out a payment to the worker using this virtual money. The worker isn’t paid by the place where she works, she is paid by a third party. Who that third party is doesn’t really matter for purposes of this example. So there is no need for an “employer” that “pays” the worker. The healthcare worker does what she does as an independent producer.

So now we have healthcare workers delivering their valuable services at no cost to the patient. The healthcare worker doesn’t care that their patient isn’t paying for the services, because she is getting paid as soon as the benefit shows up. She uses the money she gets to buy the luxuries she wants.

Meanwhile, all her needs are being supplied by other members of her community at no cost to her because those people are getting their money in the same way the healthcare worker is getting hers: by benefiting others.

Generally, this is how Copiosis solves the healthcare problem, and all other problems currently faced in Western capitalism. This is the kind of thinking that naturally transforms capitalism so that it works for everyone. It’s still a free market, but now it’s totally open, fair and gets things done while costing society nothing but the expenditure of resources.

So in the end, conservatives are right asking “how will you pay for all this?” The answer is: we won’t. And neither will you. No one will. 

Problem solved.