Can we actually talk about loop-deformations, and the danger that self-optimizing systems optimize try to optimize the social environment to the configuration that allows for a maximum self-reproduction performance?
Will there be a open discussion on how only a constant economic bribe via surplus prevents civilization from sliding back into cyclic behavior?
Or will it be just findings, a cultural look up on academic behavior from the resulting emotions and then dismissal of ones own findings as something of the past to overcome by praying and wishing/ strict social controls? Even though strict social controllism may also be a strategy that evolved as part of the loop?
Who watches for bugs in the bug report mechanism? Who patches our social meta-organims against the found bugs? Who sets up laws to punnish exploits?
One needs to stop having any influences of feeling towards humanitys bugs whatsoever.
Feelings do not solve problems- at best they allow to avoid operations that crash the "cultural & biological software"- but the error persists.
Just avoiding tribalism means, that it will rear its face, whenever there is stress on the system and it will do damage then, because by nature of not-understanding it will be uncontrollable.
And why not use it for good? If tribalism is used to proof holes in the theorys of the neigbouring academia clans science - with the quasi-religious fervor of soccer fans, where is that not a positive, as long as a idea is not simply dismissed because of otherness?
Imagine if you where allowed to wear shawls with dots for non-repeatable experiments in the colors of a "enemy" university?
> Can we actually talk about loop-deformations, and the danger that self-optimizing systems optimize try to optimize the social environment to the configuration that allows for a maximum self-reproduction performance?
That's what worked for millions of years. It's been tens of thousands of years since agriculture took over and while I don't subscribe to the Paleo ideas, our bodies evolved for lifespans long enough to reproduce, and for a low ratio of (calories obtained)/(calories spend obtaining food)