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Yes, Web dot infinity (also see [[Internet II]]).  This is a theoretical ideal achieved by the unification of [[epistemology]] with [[metaphysics]], creating something like a "[[physics of information]]".  It's a derivative of the work done in number theory that got unifeid with '''set theory''' (and even more specifically Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory and an inclusion of fuzzy logic).  That's on the [[structure |micro-scale]].  On the [[diagram |macro-scale]], it intersects computer science with political science.  I'm suggesting that it can't be surpassed, it can only be re-arranged.
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Yes, Web dot infinity (also see [[Internet II]]).  This is a theoretical ideal achieved by the unification of [[epistemology]] with information science, creating something like a "[[physics of information]]".  It's a derivative of the work done in number theory that got unifeid with '''set theory''' (and even more specifically Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory and an inclusion of fuzzy logic).  That's on the [[structure |micro-scale]].  On the [[diagram |macro-scale]], it intersects computer science with political science.  I'm suggesting that it can't be surpassed, it can only be re-arranged.
A roadmap can be found [[roadmap|here]], but look '''[[Singularity |here]]''' instead.
A roadmap can be found [[roadmap|here]], but look '''[[Singularity |here]]''' instead.

Revision as of 15:38, 8 April 2013

Yes, Web dot infinity (also see Internet II). This is a theoretical ideal achieved by the unification of epistemology with information science, creating something like a "physics of information". It's a derivative of the work done in number theory that got unifeid with set theory (and even more specifically Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory and an inclusion of fuzzy logic). That's on the micro-scale. On the macro-scale, it intersects computer science with political science. I'm suggesting that it can't be surpassed, it can only be re-arranged.

A roadmap can be found here, but look here instead.

Furthermore, it should be said this internet application is designed for a period of human history that hasn't quite come into being yet: a period when trust is central. Pangaia is a global project, and given that "we're all in it together", it seems prudent to start building from that foundation. But note, that until true freedom is achieved, it won't be possible.

That (ultimately) means no big security and encryption standards -- we think the vision will be compelling enough to move the world to it. We follow the example set in the natural world -- circles of trust, to limit any vulnerable over-exposure, but otherwise free reign to-and-fro "the playa" or "the Social Garden".

That's the world I want to live in, so I'm starting there... :)

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