The Socially Robust Conjecture

If you design a system that requires consensus for change, from a segment of the population that is large enough to include the benevolent intelligent segment, then it will be socially robust from self-destructive changes.

For example if there are 10% of peoples in the world that might understand the importance of a certain principle of a system, then you might set the consensus needed for change at 91%.

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