Exploring Astro-electricit

Exploring Astro-Electricity’s Political DNA

by the PolicyKeys Editors & POLI the AI:

Politics 4.0 is based on this ground truth, “There is a time to save and a time to spend, a time for freedom and a time for laws—where can we agree?” This yields four primary conditions Abundance v Thrift and Commerce v Governance. Poetically, their abbreviation is ACGT, just like human DNA; this shared political DNA helps us understand complex public policy solutions more clearly than just having political parrots endlessly squawking their party’s scripts at us.

PolicyKeys parses out over 4000 variables per puzzle, as opposed to most news articles with under 50, assisted by two layers of pattern detection which we call POLI the AI, short for Political Omnibus Leadership Initiative. 

So, what does our shared political DNA say?

Abundance

With the understanding that Abundance encompasses more than just material wealth and includes resources, intellectual depth, and a generosity of spirit, the following reasons capture why governments should go big on Astro-electricity.

A1. Boost to Economy: Governments can create new jobs and industries by investing in Astro-Electricity. This could lead to a healthier economy and greater wealth for everyone.

A2. Energy Independence: With Astro-Electricity, nations can become less dependent on foreign energy sources. This can lead to greater stability and autonomy, reducing international conflicts over energy.

A3. Climate Change Mitigation: Astro-Electricity can help reduce carbon emissions significantly. This aids in combating climate change, securing a healthier planet for future generations.

A4. Reduced Energy Costs: Astro-Electricity has the potential to decrease the cost of energy significantly. Affordable energy could improve the standard of living and spur economic growth.

The promise of Astro-Electricity is about abundance in its truest sense – a lot of jobs, independence, environmental sustainability, technological innovation, and affordable energy. Investing in Astro-Electricity is not just a strategic move but an act of foresight and responsibility toward future generations. It is a commitment to preserving our planet’s resources while creating a prosperous and sustainable future for all. Embracing Astro-Electricity is embracing a future of abundance.

Thrift

Understood within a broader context where Thrift encompasses not just the financial economy but also resource management, risk mitigation, and the principle of doing more with less, the following reasons highlight why governments should go big on Astro-electricity.

T1. Risk Mitigation: Investing in Astro-Electricity could reduce dependency on traditional energy sources subject to geopolitical risks and supply instability. Diversifying the energy portfolio mitigates these risks.

T2. Sustainable Energy: Astro-Electricity represents a sustainable energy solution, reducing the strain on non-renewable resources. This aligns with the principle of thrift in the context of global resource management.

T3. Cost Saving: While initial costs may be high, Astro-Electricity can lower long-term energy costs for countries. This represents financial thrift for governments, commerce, consumers, and citizens.

T4. Environmental Conservation: By shifting to a cleaner energy source, we can reduce harmful emissions and environmental degradation. This is another form of thrift, preserving our natural environment for future generations and mitigating adapting to severe heat. 

In summary, Astro-Electricity aligns with the principle of thrift on multiple levels – it optimizes resource usage, mitigates risks associated with traditional energy sources, promotes sustainability, encourages technological efficiency, offers potential cost savings, and aids in environmental conservation. Going big on Astro-Electricity isn’t just a prudent financial move but also embodies a broader understanding of thrift, including resource management and risk mitigation. It’s about doing more with less, ensuring a cleaner, safer, and more efficient future.

Commerce

Understanding that Commerce covers not only the private sector but also free market asynchronous decision-making (where decisions are not made simultaneously but at different times by different people), competition, and innovation, the following reasons illustrate why governments should go big on Astro-electricity.

C1. Enhances Competition: The entrance of a new energy source like Astro-Electricity can shake up the energy market. This encourages healthy competition, potentially leading to better services, lower consumer prices, and new investor profits.

C2. Opens New Markets: Astro-Electricity development presents opportunities for new markets to emerge. These can range from building satellites to developing new energy storage solutions.

C3. Promotes Asynchronous Decision-Making: With Astro-Electricity, energy production, and consumption decisions can be made at various times and levels. This decentralizes control and empowers communities and businesses to make choices that best suit them.

C4. Attracts Investment: The promise of Astro-Electricity can attract both local and international investors. This strengthens the economy and positions the country as a leader in space and energy technology.

In summary, investing big in Astro-Electricity fuels the engine of commerce by stimulating innovation and enhancing competition, and fostering asynchronous decision-making, leading to more empowered and flexible markets. It presents many investment and trade opportunities that can position countries at the forefront of energy technology. With Astro-Electricity, governments have the chance to shape a dynamic, competitive, and innovative commercial landscape that is responsive to the needs of its citizens through competition. 

Governance

We consider Governance not only as public sector activity but also synchronous decision-making, liberty, and justice for all, so several compelling reasons arise why governments should go big on Astro-electricity.

G1. Upholds Liberty: By investing in Astro-Electricity, governments can promote energy independence. This supports the freedom of nations to control their energy production and usage without external influences.

G2. Encourages Equality: Astro-Electricity has the potential to democratize energy access. It can help bridge the energy divide among different regions, bringing justice in the form of equitable resource distribution.

G3. Safeguards the Environment: By backing a cleaner energy source, governments fulfill their role as protectors of the public good, in this case, the environment. This also supports the principle of intergenerational equity, preserving the planet for future generations.

G4. Strengthens National Security: Astro-Electricity can enhance energy security, reducing dependence on foreign energy sources. This ensures a stable energy supply, a critical component of national security. Shared efforts in this frontier technology can foster peace and mutual progress.

In summary, a significant investment in Astro-Electricity aligns with broader governance principles. It fosters synchronized decision-making, promotes liberty, and advances justice by ensuring equitable access to energy. Governments safeguard the environment by supporting a clean energy source, strengthening national security through energy independence, and fostering international cooperation. Embracing Astro-Electricity can be a bold step towards a future where governance ensures liberty and justice and a sustainable and peaceful world for all.

Conclusion

Astro-Electricity offers a dynamic intersection of key societal values: Abundance, Thrift, Commerce, and Governance, each forming a compelling case for governments to invest heavily in this frontier technology.

The principle of Abundance emphasizes more than material wealth, acknowledging the intellectual depth and generosity of spirit. Astro-Electricity aligns with this vision by promising an abundant supply of clean energy that could power our world while inspiring innovations and nurturing a spirit of exploration and growth.

In this context, Thrift extends beyond financial frugality to encompass resource management and risk mitigation. Astro-Electricity epitomizes thrift by harnessing a virtually inexhaustible energy source, conserving our finite natural resources, and providing a sustainable solution to reduce the risk of environmental degradation.

As a broader concept, commerce encapsulates not just the private sector but also asynchronous decision-making, competition, and innovation. Astro-Electricity can catalyze a competitive, innovative energy market, inviting asynchronous decisions that empower businesses and consumers. Investment in Astro-Electricity can boost economies by opening new markets, attracting investors, and supporting export potential, ultimately fostering a robust and innovative commercial landscape.

Finally, Governance, beyond just public sector activity, also implies synchronized decision-making and the pursuit of liberty and justice. Investing in Astro-Electricity can enhance synchronous, multi-sector decision-making, supporting energy independence and promoting equality in energy access. Moreover, by endorsing a cleaner energy source, governments can uphold their role in safeguarding the environment and strengthening national security.

Astro-Electricity presents a unique opportunity for governments worldwide. Going big on public/private investment in this innovative energy source can promote Abundance by harnessing an infinite power source, exhibit Thrift by opting for sustainable solutions, stimulate Commerce by fostering innovation and competition, and exemplify good Governance by ensuring energy equity and environmental stewardship. Astro-Electricity has the potential to reshape our world, offering an unprecedented blend of abundance, thrift, commercial opportunity, and effective governance.

We predict a 77% ± 2%, vast super-majority of roles in this country to support Governments Going Big on Astro-Electricity.

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If you listen to mainstream media, the only games in town are the conservatives against the liberals, the Democrats against the Republicans, the haves and the have-nots, values versus beliefs. This is a gross oversimplification. 

When we look at politics not as identity-based and instead by the various roles we all play in our society, we agree on much more than the political parrots would have us believe. 

You can play this week’s puzzle at PolicyKeys.com. Here’s a link to the Monday Puzzle Drop Introduction article to Astro-Electricity. The BOX SCORE for this puzzle can be found in our Tuesday article. The Astro-electricity’s Strange Bedfellows gobsmack us in our Wednesday article. Noisy Guests are deeply listened to in our Thursday Article. Friday is Digital Polital Twin Day; what might your Personal Public Policy Advisor say about Astro-electricity? You can see the entire Keychain game board at POL-ICYMI Last Week’s Answers.

Congress’s approval rating is 21%, the Supreme Court’s is 40%, the media 27%, and the average score of the policies on the PolicyKeys™ National Idea Leaderboard is 73%, with many above 80%—Politics 4.0 is already 2x to 3x better model of US political sentiment and direction than Politics (as usual) 3.0.

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Congress’s approval rating is 21%, the Supreme Court’s is 40%, the media 27%, and the average score of the policies on the PolicyKeys™ National Idea Leaderboard is 73%, with many above 80%—Politics 4.0 is already 2x to 3x better model of US political sentiment and direction than Politics (as usual) 3.0.

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Further Reading

Japan’s AE Plans
https://bgr.com/science/japan-plans-to-beam-solar-power-down-from-space-by-2025/

Stanford University on AE
http://large.stanford.edu/courses/2022/ph240/irgau1/

Space-Based Solar Power: The Future Source of Energy
https://www.greenmatch.co.uk/blog/2020/02/space-based-solar-power

Climate Change is Destabilizing the Insurance Industry
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/climate-change-is-destabilizing-insurance-industry/

Global heating will push billions outside ‘human climate niche’
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/may/22/global-heating-human-climate-niche

Time is Running Out to Curb Climate Change, IPCC Report Says
https://www.wsj.com/articles/time-is-running-out-to-curb-global-warming-u-n-panel-report-says-83205040

The Chamber’s Climate Position: ‘Inaction is Not an Option’
https://www.uschamber.com/climate-change/the-chambers-climate-position-inaction-is-not-an-option

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