However long we avoid it, we are facing an inevitable choice about our human identity in which success will be defined by something on the other side of war and conflict, something that will definitely not sound like "crushing it" or "killing it" or even "going viral". That other something will not be the pursuit of peace, or love, or even universal justice, as attractive as those sound. Those are by-products of a highly special but very ordinary power, one that has always been accessible to all of us, the ability to make new agreement. Even wars end in treaty, and humanity, not its nations, needs a treaty of its own. This book's narrative is a deep dive on why a new human treaty is needed, and what it can open up for the difficult road ahead.
70,000 Years of evolutionary war, what if we tried something different?
What this new human story we are writing offers us is a way to provoke realistic insights into a new culture, to break agreement down into its smallest, most identifiable (and scalable) form, and in such a way as to create a momentum effect in our ability to expand new wealth and power in the world, for ourselves, our tribes, our nations, and every other world of our modern metaverse. In the post-war existence we inevitably are about to enjoy, we won't have to take power to make power, and it won't have many limits, either. It will just take a lot more agreement than we have now, something that may prove difficult, but this power is the single most accessible key to wealth and prosperity we have. In the 21st century, it may actually be the key to our survival.