Chiralkine Systems


A chiralkine system is a new, experimental technology that processes information about economic relationships between people and resources in a way that treats both sides in a fair and equitable manner. Its purpose is to solve the problem of rising inequality and trade imbalances, which are side-effects of the existing technology. It can be used to control the exchange of goods and services, taxation and voting. Unlike the existing system, which works on the principle of a balance (-1 + 1 = 0), a chiralkine system works based upon the principle of order (yellow, blue, green). 

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In our economy we identify ourselves and our resources in words and then use a simple mathematical equation, +1 -1 = 0, to code and process information about the changing relationships between them.

When we express ideas in words, we combine them in an order characteristic of our language:

I (subject), own (verb) bread (object): my viewpoint

You (subject), own (verb) bread (object): your viewpoint


However, the mathematical equation that we use to process economic relationships works on the principle of a balance, not order.

-1 +1  = 0

 +1 -1= 0

arithmetic in chiralkine numbers

Processing information based on the principle of a balance filters out information content encoded in a particular order. As a consequence, the two sides of a relationship are treated asymmetrically. Over time, the effects of repeatedly doing this accumulate, widening inequality.

Chiralkine systems code and process information about the changing relationships between words that identify people and resources based on the principle of order, not a balance. They track each relationship from both sides through ordered steps using a code consisting of 2+ and 2- in order.

transfer in words, colour and quaternion units

Chiralkine systems are based on the principle of chirality, which is a fundamental symmetry in nature that arises when two seemingly identical objects can have two different forms due to the two different orders in which their components can be arranged. It is the symmetry that distinguishes the left from the right hands. The thumb, first finger and second finger can be ordered either clockwise or anticlockwise relative to the wrist. In abstract, the two chiral forms are related as two chiral tetrahedrons as shown below.