FUTURE FOSSILS #98 - Decentralization Panel at Arcosanti Convergence with Members of Holochain, NuMundo, Unify, & Reality Sandwich

It’s a deep and wide investigation of decentralized networks of many kinds this week, drawing on the insights and wisdoms of five very different panelists in a discussion held at the legendary experimental city-under-construction Arcosanti, Arizona. Like it’s a rainforest, I don’t even know how to start talking about this conversation – too many points of entry, too many species living in it! Here are this week’s fabulous guests:Emaline Friedman of Holochainhttps://herlinus.com/Sarah Johnstone, COO of The NuMundo Projecthttps://numundo.org/aboutJacob Devaney of Unifyhttp://www.culturecollective.org/about/“Raven” Mitch Mignano, loosely “of” Reality Sandwich & Institute of Ecotechnicshttps://facebook.com/mitch.mignano.77Michael Garfield of Future Fossils Podcasthttp://patreon.com/michaelgarfield––Support this show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/michaelgarfieldSubscribe on any platform you desire:https://shows.pippa.io/futurefossilsJoin the Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/futurefossilsRecommend a sponsor:futurefossils@protonmail.comWe Discuss:The three forms of decentralization (architectural, logical, and political);The historical centralization of human culture around resources;Why technological decentralization is insufficient to achieve the goals of a more humane and equitable society;Decentralization of civilization through the emergence of digital nomadism and the ecovillage movement;The transition from a value of ownership to a value of access;Decentralization as an adaptation to the unscaleability of imperialism and colonialism;How the free market capitalist ideology rewards success and punishes failure, even though those are largely dependent on luck;How can we make planetary culture NOT a pyramid scheme?Distributed trust and trustless transactions, and their political consequences;Data ownership, data security, and the vital importance of restoring our ability to communicate through “unenclosable carriers”;How can we divest from abusive and exploitative giant tech companies?How decentralization as an ideology can conceal the ways that enforced consensus is a kind of “shadow centralization”;Who is affected by this decision? Who has stake in the outcome of this issue?How can we avoid #algocracy when technological literacy is a constant challenge?Incentive structures and incentive landscapes: What kind of behaviors are we encouraging?Why Facebook and Google will be seen by history as a humanitarian crisis (and what we can do about it);Market-driven shifts in consciousness;The limits of crypto-economic governance;William Irwin Thompson - At The Edge of HistoryJoshua Ramey - The Politics of DivinationJustOne OrganicsFairBnBArcade CitySteemitTrybeScuttlebuttMiVote