Escape the Echo Chambers
Seek a new social medium
We feel that one of the biggest problems of our time is individual agents acting in response to false truths that the cabal has placed before them as a false incentive mechanism. We want do what we can to bring people together to independently amongst each other, discover what they deem to be true with all the information available to them so they can best act in accordance with how they are capable of making the biggest positive impact on the world.
An echo chamber is a closed system where the variables inside are amplified by their own reverberation because they are insulated from rebuttal outside that system.
The major social platforms are doing their users an injustice by acting against the highest value that they could hope to offer — the free exchange of ideas, by placing their users inside of an algorithmically driven echo chamber the second that they join the platform. These categorizations help determine which ideas to expose you to in your feed. Every action you take further cements and narrows who you are in the eyes of the respective platform and which ideas to send your way to generate engagement from you in the form of a 'Like' or some similar metric.
We've willingly walked into the major social media outlets' echo chambers as the algorithms that run them feed in new ideas and agents for the artificial goal of engagement rather than true interaction and exchange. The segmentation of these forums makes it so that alternative perspectives are unwelcomed and unable to anneal the ideas of it's members thus the echoing begins to amplify the strongest idea node that brings the group together, too often to a negative pole from the rational center.
It's easy to advertise to known niches which is the main incentive in this case, the more narrow, the better, but advertising at it's root is purchasing the attention of it's audience. When you're able to purchase someone's attention, which Rob Long calls one's 'bandwidth for changing the universe', there's an opportunity to place before people false truths that can determine their future actions. All the more disastrous is when a negative agent takes the opportunity to throw a venomous concept into this chamber and watch it bounce around until the conversation reaches a climax, converting to an action that has negative consequences to the members outside it's group.
Today, we’d simply like to challenge you to seek a new means of garnering social exchange.
Calling you to action,