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**[[social capital]] is the balance of trust that makes all the above work, and prevents [[legal struggle]] which would bring in unwanted parties, e.g. lawyers, who would come to the table with "ideas", which would be bad.  Very bad.  Soal capital has an [[bad side of social capital|bad side]] as well.  Things like a [[deed in land]] or [[right to pollute]] are totally social capital issues.
 
**[[social capital]] is the balance of trust that makes all the above work, and prevents [[legal struggle]] which would bring in unwanted parties, e.g. lawyers, who would come to the table with "ideas", which would be bad.  Very bad.  Soal capital has an [[bad side of social capital|bad side]] as well.  Things like a [[deed in land]] or [[right to pollute]] are totally social capital issues.
 
**[[individual capital]] is ability to creatively resolve disputes.  This is the [[CGO board]] role.  They should be people who look only at extraction of [[individual capital]] from the [[talent base]] of [[trolls]] and from them co-opt help with the [[rule by trolls]] that emerges on any [[open campaign]].  A good example is how [[act.greenpeace.org]] does it.  A good model for us, especially their anonymity policy.
 
**[[individual capital]] is ability to creatively resolve disputes.  This is the [[CGO board]] role.  They should be people who look only at extraction of [[individual capital]] from the [[talent base]] of [[trolls]] and from them co-opt help with the [[rule by trolls]] that emerges on any [[open campaign]].  A good example is how [[act.greenpeace.org]] does it.  A good model for us, especially their anonymity policy.
*[[financial capital]] is a measure of wastefulness.  That is, if you have [[money]], you can throw something away that you would otherwise [[re-use]] or [[trade]].  A perfect [[money supply system]] rewards only habits of extreme and paranoid conservation, not of money, but of [[natural capital]] (avoiding pollution) and [[instructional capital]] (avoiding ideas, which are the pollution of thought) and [[social capital]] (not being too offensive if it can be avoided).  All money ideally would come from turning waste into resources.
 
  
 
A perfect statement of the above would be [[instructional capital]] that would let even [[trolls, ascendant]], run [[Consumerium]] alone with no [[CGO]] at all.  This would be like Earth running itself with no "help" from humans.
 
A perfect statement of the above would be [[instructional capital]] that would let even [[trolls, ascendant]], run [[Consumerium]] alone with no [[CGO]] at all.  This would be like Earth running itself with no "help" from humans.
  
 
It is all a matter of seeing extraction and disposal as the same natural process, and thinking like a [[troll]]:  living under the bridge only on garbage thrown down by [[human]] wastrels.  Maybe barking at them nastily if they throw down [[nuclear waste]] or something else inedible even to fairly tough trolls.
 
It is all a matter of seeing extraction and disposal as the same natural process, and thinking like a [[troll]]:  living under the bridge only on garbage thrown down by [[human]] wastrels.  Maybe barking at them nastily if they throw down [[nuclear waste]] or something else inedible even to fairly tough trolls.

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