A chiralkine system is a new, experimental technology that codes and processes information about economic relationships between people and resources (exchange, taxation and voting) relativistically. It links the interests of people together without privileging one side of a relationship over the other. It achieves this by using mirror opposite symbolic logic to handle the two sides of a relationship.
The system we all use today for exchange, taxation and voting uses the same symbolic logic (- means same and + means different) to handle both sides of a relationship. It works on the principle of a balance (-1 + 1 = 0 = +1 -1).
This processing results in the privileging of one side of a relationship over the other.
A chiralkine system codes and processes information about relationships using mirror opposite logic for the two sides (- means same and + means different for one side and + means same and – means different for the other side). It works on the principle of order (1 ,2, 3: input, process, output; subject, verb, object).
The two sides are related as the mirror opposite logic gates XOR and XNOR.
The two together define a cycle.
This can be exploited to control the exchange of goods and services without using any form of currency.
It can also be exploited in a new kind of voting system that takes into account both likes and dislikes and removes the privilege that comes with providing a list of candidates or setting a question to be voted on.
Chiralkine systems have been developed with the objective of finding a solution to the problem of rising inequality and trade imbalances. It is believed that these arise, because when the same logic is used to code both sides of a relationship, one side can end up being privileged over the other, so that interactions intended to be reciprocal are actually not. Coding and processing information in mirror opposite logic removes any privilege for one side over the other that is inherent in working on the principle of a balance.