- a bill implementing cybernetic governance -
Author: lnq | Referred to: MLFC, Ways & Means, CFTC, NASA, and DOE | Patron(s): ?? | Action: In drafting progress

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🤔 5 questions + answers
1. Is there a minimum age requirement to participate? - You do not have to be of a certain age to help out. Anyone who purchases an underwriting credit will get their name etched onto the bill (offensive names are unacceptable #notsorry). You can even purchase a credit for someone else as a gift🎁, it's only $1 each.
2. What about refunds? - No refunds allowed.
3. Where do the monies go to/wards? - Covering administrative costs (eg. development + grants, where applicable).
4. Is this an initiative? - Yes. Keep mind that you are lending your signature to a petition for endorsing a piece of grassroots legislation.
5. LeBron👑 or Jordan🏀? - Kobe 😜




^Not tax-exempt, yet.


Using the UUe jukebox as the exemplary appliance (in this case an abi), the article (plus any companion media, such as models) explicitly entails* concepts and an intuition for a scenario with all nodes compliant with a flexible tax code (as would be necessary when juking at-scale).** Its main achievement is demonstration of the UUelcome axiom.

Photo/cover image of duck [Anatidae] courtesy ©Robin Poole

DUCK approaches cybernetics on two (2) fronts. On one front, it demonstrates how to use the game (juking) for optimizing ludology. On the other front, it expands - as a byproduct - on a core outline of essentials for economic fitness (per proofing).

If I'm being completely real and honest, I have no prior experience (this is my first time) bringing forth any legislation for review on any level. Removing hubris from the equation, people think/thought (myself included) that ties I may have to the federal government should translate well over civic edifices. The maxim, 'all politics is local', doesn't carry weight here because this needs to scale, anyway. The Lobby is the fourth branch of government, so this approach is fair. It's not so obvious, but people don't directly shape policy. Instead, people shape theatre, and theatrics🎭 shape policy. In truth, trying to craft policy is a moving 🎯target because non-physical laws are subject to change, and it's forced me to reassess the 'science' (ie. empirical data → experiment) aspect of so-called 'political science' (though I've always considered the field to be a strictly scholastic exercise with only manufactured real-world bearings, still do). Even with a background in math/economics and drug design, it's obvious that revisions have to be factored into the accounting.

My predisposition is: the best way to regulate all incoming changes would be to not to do it locally (too much work), but delegate globally instead. It seems easier to fork the central part of a cybernetic environment with all parts contributing to 'the body'/costume, so to speak.



DUCK's thesis is that cybernetics is a requisite to having the jukebox becoming a public utility (a central aspect of civil engineering), and hence, cybernetics (governance) are imperative for system autonomy (scalable subject input). More succinctly, it outlines how to bring cybernetic governance (ie. sport at scale) to bear upon solving the Quantumquotient. To that end, one ambition is to have absolute kernel usage compliancy.


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