How do we know when something we know is true

18. Information Overload

Chapter 18 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

Social bias “controls” behavior and adds structure to society. The broken & untrustworthy legal system hands out questionable verdicts, and leaves it to the masses to reinforce through gossip & fear

17. Radical Transparency in Crown Corporations / State-Owned Organizations and the Legal System and the Law Society

Chapter 17 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

In conventional democracy we are tricked into thinking the act of voting is “freedom” and we should be grateful. #firstpastthepole

16. DQV Application to the Legal System

Chapter 16 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

15. A Emergent Psychometric from a Six Dimensional World View for Economic Delay Discounting

Chapter 15 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

Why vote in a rigged political game? Before investing in a vote, invest in changing the system.

14. The Need for a Democratic Quality Vector

Chapter 14 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

If my vote is mine... Why can’t I vote for anyone I choose?

12. The Democratic Quality Vector

Chapter 12 of the Democratic Quality Vector Book, which explores democracy and mathematics and how when combined, they can change the world as we know it.

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