The global economy (the clearing of offers and wants and voting) works on an algorithm that is based on the mathematical construction of an equation (1 = 1; 0 = 0, 1 – 1 = 0).
It is controlled by two symbols interacting in accordance with the logic of XOR. It is logically incomplete and so requires a fudge to allow for a distinction to be drawn between two kinds of 1: +1 and -1.
Although it is assumed to work in three numbers, -1, +1 and 0, there is no logical basis for the fudge drawing a distinction between +1 and -1. It is arbitrary.
Thus the algorithm used to clear offers and wants is as follows:
A chiralkine system for clearing offers and wants is controlled by two symbols interacting in accordance with the mutually exclusive logic of XOR and XNOR. It is logically complete, and so does not require a fudge to cover for a missing component.
The oscillating logic gives rise to the drawing of a distinction between four kinds of 1 and two kinds of 0.
Unlike an equation-based algorithm, a chiralkine-based algorithm for clearing offers and wants is logically complete. It treats buyer and seller symmetrically. Fundamentally, the equation-based algorithm relies on the drawing of a distinction between reading 0 1 1 0 left-to-right and right-to-left. There is no distinction drawn in time. The chiralkine-based algorithm draws a distinction between 1 0 1 0 and 0 1 0 1. The sequences are read in the same direction, because the oscillating logic underpinning the sequence draws a distinction in time, like a clock pendulum.
As buyers and sellers clear offers and wants under the control by a chiralkine-based algorithm, they become logically entangled, because the respective 1 0 1 0 and 0 1 0 1 timelines upon which they are travelling temporarily cease to line up their respective 1s and 0s. The next steps for a buyer and a seller can both be in XOR or in XNOR, due to their independent interactions with other sellers and buyers respectively. It is as if three-dimensional space and time get mixed up.
The author of this post strongly suspects that the mathematics and algorithm described above provide an analogy or model for quantum entanglement.