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June 26, 2014, 09:19:08 AM
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What working examples of true decentralized resource allocating systems do we currently have? (would bitcoin or the internet count? maybe just smaller examples would be handy)

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Technology wise, best guess as to when in future would it be possible to run a decentralized resource allocating system for a country/planet?

(I know this is kinda RBE/zeitgeist movement but i see no working practical model from them just life philosophy adjustment which tbh you need the working practical model to trust to adjust your life philosophy - hmmm majorly overlooked by TZM)
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June 26, 2014, 09:36:33 AM
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It isn't possible without a a governing body to regulate population growth.

The current system we have, do you believe people in the 1st world country willing to share resources with the people in the 3rd world country? Or more likely take what little remaining of what they have?
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June 26, 2014, 09:41:29 AM
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It isn't possible without a a governing body to regulate population growth.

The current system we have, do you believe people in the 1st world country willing to share resources with the people in the 3rd world country? Or more likely take what little remaining of what they have?


Well the people born into the system wouldnt be sharing since they never had "ownership" of the resources.

Currently... no i dont believe people would be willing to share unless they truly believed the new system could provide them "more" then they currently have.



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June 26, 2014, 09:44:04 AM
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It isn't possible without a a governing body to regulate population growth.


What about AI?

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Do we have any current examples of pure decentralized resource allocating systems?
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June 26, 2014, 12:14:10 PM
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It isn't possible without a a governing body to regulate population growth.


What about AI?

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Do we have any current examples of pure decentralized resource allocating systems?

In most countries, the ruling class owned most of the resources in the country while the average person own next to nothing (a house and a car if he is lucky). This is true even in first world country like US and UK.

So, I do not think decentralized resource allocating system is possible.
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