And Collin, instead of trying to ridicule it, why not ban it? Or would that send the wrong signal?Iím not trying to ridicule anything, neither have I done so. Iím just trying to understand what you are saying.
Fractal democracies are representational, thatís how they were designed eg https://edeneos.org/#section-hiw and itís beyond my power or inclination to ban them!
You appear to be using the name without explaining how your system works or differs
As for if it would be a 'fractal democracy', this one I prefer.We all know what fractals are, but how are they applied to a democracy? Your Ďexplanationí is meaningless unless you can show what it is that is scaleable! You havenít described anything.
" The next fern you encounter will provide a great illustration of these features if you pause for a closer look. First, notice that the shape of the fern is intricately detailed. Remarkably, you can see that the leaves are shaped like little copies of the branches.
In fact, the entire fern is mostly built up from the same basic shape repeated over and over again at ever smaller scales. Most astonishing of all, fractal mathematics reveals that this humble fern leaf is neither a one- nor an two-dimensional shape, but hovers somewhere in-between."
Yes, I expect it to work so. It would have the same structure no matter if it was a parish voting, or a nation. It's scale able.