In a previous post, I wrote about how using physical money is a terrible way to run civilization, mainly because money was created by governments to finance wars, not to make civilization work. Money and markets care little for people. At the end of that post, I argued that we can do better. I believe net-benefit reward (NBR) … Continue reading All humans are priceless
Today I have been working on my income tax returns. That brings to mind the relationship between a Copiosis citizen and the government of a Copiosis state. Every nation state in the history of man has used a money represented as a physical object. Money which is or represents physical object(s) can be taken from … Continue reading How to get rid of taxes while keeping excellent public services
Society benefits economically when people are free to choose. That doesn't happen today. But it can. Here's how.
Editor's note: We had a visitor ask a question and thought others might have the same or similar questions. Question: Since everything in Copiosis is property, and all property is owned by someone, what is the story around basic resources? How are resources allocated to provide the most Net-Benefit? How is this determined and by who? … Continue reading A question of natural resources