Work in this nation is no longer work.
A guy on Facebook asked a question that a lot of mainstream people probably ask when they hear about what we’re doing with Copiosis: "Why are you not interested in fixing our current form of government? I know our system isn't perfect and the problem is we allowed the corruption to get out of control, … Continue reading Why we can do better
"If you're doing something that might not work, then you're doing something important." - Seth Godin I love that quote. It means most of us who are using our time and energy aren't really working on something important. We are conditioned to not risk, to seek the certain path, the one that works because everyone else has … Continue reading It’s important because it might fail
A reader asked how Copiosis would deal with psychosocial stresses and deprivation caused by stratified societies. Good question.... When a societal system restricts access to basic needs, and further forces people to trade (labor for income) to access those needs, it's not long before system inhabitants begin experiencing deprivation as wealth concentrates. Such deprivation breeds desperation. When the powerful thwart desperate acts, unhealthy psychological stresses emerge. We … Continue reading How to eliminate society-induced psycho-social stress