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This thread will probably be on the bigger side but it will be layman friendly. Because of my work, I spend a lot of time with my head in the clouds of abstract systems modelling. One of things I have been doing recently is trying to imagine a society that passed through this phase in their civilization without killing themselves.

I’ve already shared at length about the changes needed at the global institution scale and why secrecy was used to begin with. But this thread will focus on what we can do at an individual level. This thread will put forward a hypothesis that everyday modern people have problematic attributes that don’t lend well to the maturity required for UAP technology. It will then put forward a theory as to how NHI’s might have solved this.

It’s extremely speculative, hopefully informative and fun and I’m excited to see how the concept can be developed and challenged by my peers in the comments.

Our issue

There’s been a lot of mentions about the socioeconomic factors being the main issue with disclosure. That’s why there’s a “Controlled Disclosure Campaign” that appears 11 times in the UAP disclosure act as well as why there’s a economist, historian and sociologist in the proposed “review board”. And lastly, why the SOL Foundation was created of which Grusch is a part of.

Grusch himself confirms this hypothesis when questioned around why China/Russia haven’t come forward about UFO research and alleged recovered covered craft, he says:

“I think they’re in a similar pickle as us” .. “they understand the socioeconomic destabilisation factors in their own society” – Grusch

‘Socioeconomic’ … ‘destabilisation’ … ‘society’

These are our issues which I dived into in the other threads. Those threads look at the Global Institutions from a System Model perspective and argues they’re incompatible with rapid change.

But ultimately those large systems are made up of people. People like you and me. So today we’re going to talk frankly about what Disclosure is problematic for us people and a little speculation on how we can meet those challenges.

Why modern humans are incompatible with UAP technology

UAP technology would bring significant leaps in material science, energy science, new physics as well as significant leaps in transportation. It ‘released’ or ‘leaked’ to the public, UAP technology would grant the average person massive, massive power. More power (and danger) than giving everyone a 747 and asking them to use it safely. UAP technology if shared with the world could enable weaponization, terrorists, organised crime as well as orthodox warfare.

The two main problems with modern humans having such power are:

1. We’re competitive Game Theory experts

Since the time we were single cell organisms we’ve evolved through millennia. That evolution was of survival game theory has big part to play in survival. Just like how the Monopoly Game is about survival, to ensure survival, players kind of need to quickly assert complete control of the resources on the board in order not to be bankrupt by other players.

At one point one of our ancestors were an animal which had access to some plants for food. Another species lived nearby but also needed that food. As the two species grew and populated that food because a scarce resource. It them became normal for there to be fights over the food and over thousands of years the winners of those fights tended to be more muscular or with sharper claws and evolution changed us to be more weaponised how we see many animals still are, whether it be tusks, teeth, agility/power or poison etc.

Even in modern day, we employ competitive game theory. We get promotions by beating someone else. We get into school by taking limited slots. We find partners by competing with others. We get parking spaces by out thinking others. I need to compete with MH370 posts by writing my ideas as succinctly and interestingly as possible.

The “sharper claws”, “stronger jaws”, “working as a pack” evolutionary traits are still here. In modern day there are parallels like “looking more presentable than others”, “having a compelling resume or LinkedIn”, “having qualifications”, “a better social media profile”, “money and status” etc. We haven’t fully moved away from competitive game theory. It’s been an intimate part of our genetic and social make up and emanates into most facets of our life.

2. We’re largely immature on complex system models.

We’re not very good at understanding how certain actions might lead to certain outcomes. For example our society embraced many material products and food practices that aren’t healthy to ourselves or our planet. Every toothbrush you ever owned still exists. We don’t fully understand (because of the significant cognitive overhead) that if we purchase a toothbrush it also means we introduce a plastic object to the world. We may buy cheaper clothes or products that might be the result of some exploitation whether it be slave labour or environmental ruin.

Because so much of our volition and energy is placed into making a living and participating in the Game of survival we don’t have the capacity to fully research and understand the consequences of our actions.

How might speculating on NHI help us beat these issues?

Let’s take a “walk in a mall” as an example and show a) How humans perceive and b) How a NHI might perceive their surroundings.


Humans walk around a mall. As they do this there’s many automatic processes the brain is doing that we don’t necessarily put energy into. We kind of get these perceptions for free, just how we don’t need to think about breathing, it’s automated.

We see signs and read them, we see colours and brands. We walk past a clothes shop and we don’t need to mindfully stop and think “this is a clothes shop” we automatically know. We see shapes like rectangles and doors and we perceive all of these subconsciously. Our brain is taking the information in and creating a ‘mall’ around us. A lot of these observations are primitive concepts, colours, signs, shapes etc. We might have some complex observations like identifying potential pick-pockets and stuff.


As well primitive observations like shapes and colours and signs. NHI likely understand complex models the same way we do colours and shapes. They understand complex models subconsciously.

As they walk past a small mall garden with flowers surrounded by shops. They don’t just see flowers and shops. They see that the flowers exist and have evolved to be as they are because they attract insects. They compete for the attention to insects as they need to pollinate, their species survival relies on pollination. NHI’s also would comprehend the cycle of energy and carbon based lifeforms. Photosynthesis takes the suns energy and air and converts it into the carbon strands that make up the plants. Those plants provide a baseline food source which all animals and humans rely on for nourishment. NHI would see and comprehend this model immediately and understand the significance and importance of plants.

Additionally, as NHI’s look up and see the shops. They see immediately the symmetry of how like plants, each shop needs to use colours and branding to attract customers in order to sell products and survive. Each colour or band or sign seeks to compete with the others for the attention of the customers.

NHI can see that a dominant system of capitalism is at play. They’d be intimately familiar with this. NHI’s would also observe that people walk in groups and that some relationships between people are as “strangers” and others are “as friends or family”. Again they’d be intimately aware of these models.

All of these models that the NHI see are as simple and comprehendible to them as colours or words are to us. They don’t need to thing about it, they just know it. Even if we understand this perception we can’t really go up to someone and talk about it easily, whereas we can discuss colours or shapes with anyone easily.

The NHI perspective

The reason NHI’s can see models as easily and efficiently as we do colours ands shapes. Is the same reason I can or other people whom specialise in system modelling.

Ignore NHI for a moment and let’s talk about our present and future.

Presently, we use some of the models in nature to do things in maths and engineering. This is because nature has evolved over millions of years and in that time it’s found out that certain models work well. For example, the hexagon is a sound structural shape that distributes load well. The complex relationships between fungus, roots, trees and plants shows us how to model interconnected systems. Ants have highways and roads. At present, many of the “design paradigms” and “models” we employ whether it’s in faily dynamics, structural architecture, UI/UX design, social norms, how we dress. All of these models already existed in nature.

At a certain point, we’re starting to see that some models are everywhere. For example, the ‘herd’ model is where herd animals stay together under herd mentality and this provides them community, leadership and safety. That same herd mentality is seen in humans, reddit communities, road traffic etc.

There’s an alphabet of reoccurring models out there that shape and describe our world

Now for the future. In the design phase of a new bridge, website or clothes store. We do a lot of upfront science as the design of what we’re doing. We will often make use of an existing model at this point. For example for a structural bridge that requires a certain maximum load over a certain distance with a certain cost we know that there’s an existing design we can use.

But more significantly we can simulate that model. We can create a bridge in software and run simulations at it, we can add wind, earthquakes, heavy load etc. The same for a new building or shop or theme park (think theme park world game). As AI and our simulation prowes evolve, we’ll get a more intimate relationship with this alphabet of models.

Last analogy… when some people play chess there’s certain names for certain opening moves. These are often big games in the past where a similar “opening” was used. People in chess study those moves to build knowledge about what works well and what doesn’t given an opponents move.

So even in our present and certainly in our future we’ll continue to develop our intuition of abstract models. Soon we will have layman terms which are used to describe specific parenting models, or ways people dress. Because once we can run simulations for different models and we see them over and over again we will be familiar with them.

The significance of a ‘model alphabet’

For future humans and NHI knowing abstract models intimately in the same way we do colour or shape will change our lives. If two people have an argument, they’ll quickly see that their argument is following a trend of a specific model. In the same way that two chess players will quickly find they’re replaying a strategy from a 1982 final, two people in a comment section arguing can do that as well.

This is a massively cool thing because a significant amount of current issues can be solved once we’re able to see these patterns and abstract concepts. People wouldn’t manifest primitive attitudes or behaviours if they know how that would end. it would be a significant stroke to bringing about a higher level of harmony at all levels of society. But even in our own minds.

Now, I am an idealist and I think this evolution can save us and make us ready for UAP disclosure. However, this concept isn’t new and there are still issues with it. We find that some people will flock to prefer different models. So, communism, capitalism and tribalism, democracy, conservatism, liberal etc…

But the good thing is, the maturity around how we can test those systems will also develop. And if people know the full extent of capitalism they might start to question is it the best model for us?

I see democracy, communism, capitalism etc as Fighting Styles. We used to have boxing, kick boxing, Wu Shu, Ju Jutsu. Each style proclaimed superiority as different schools of thought. But over time we pit them against each other and we found that they’re each strong or weak in different areas. We now have the concept of Mixed Martial Arts which takes the best from each

I propose our future global governance will develop into a Mixed Governance Art in the same way

In conclusion

We discussed that humans are quite primitive and I referred to threads where I speculate that our global institutions aren’t suitable. But today we focused on the individual mindset that might be contributing to these issues. We paid particular attention to Game Theory and competitive strategies. I then went on to speculate on how NHI might be different and how they might see the world and I then put forward and argument which might show us that NHI’s maturity with models might serve us.

Going forward, we might not need to develop our brains to understand models. We might be able to harness AI and technology to help us “see” that way. The exciting thing about this concept is that whilst it may not fully solve the UAP ‘socioeconomic distability’ issue. It will help and it will help in other areas.

I’m optimistic because there’s nothing we can do to stop it, we’re going to develop, we’re going to mature and our sense of models and how they can set us free is in full motion. My only fear is the agents that this development will compete with. But I am impatient and don’t want to sit around for 10 years for this to happen. So let’s get on with it

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