Committing to Being Less Wrong

How I respond to skeptics of the Decentralisation Revolution

“The Tudors hated to be wrong, and therefore never were.” — Jeane Westin, His Last Letter: Elizabeth I and the Earl of Leicester. Photo by Jamie Street.

The Decentralisation Revolution will be infinitely more disruptive than the Industrial Revolution. Understanding and embracing the coming changes requires new mental models and a shift in human consciousness. No-one knows where decentralisation will lead and no-one has all the answers. The answers lie in being open to possibilities and to a commitment of being less wrong.

I honestly do not know how the Decentralisation Revolution will play out, but play out it will.

“I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think.” — Socrates

“People with bold ideas are highly critical of their own ideas: they try to find whether their ideas are right by trying first to find whether they are not perhaps wrong. They work with bold conjectures and severe attempts at refuting their own conjectures.” — Karl Raimund Popper

“Every genuine test of a theory is an attempt to falsify it, or refute it.” — Karl Raimund Popper

“No one is ever a victim of life; we are all volunteering to grow.” ― Shannon L. Alder

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Tales from a regenerative, decentralised, transcendent future civilization — as told by a 21yo woman in 2035. A message of hope during times of confusion.

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Michael Haupt

I cut through (and expose) ESG & sustainability greenwashing. Speaker | Writer | Social Artist | Architect of Transformation