Literally saving the world with poly

Hello. I've been researching this for 6 years now. Polyamory done for reasons that are not sexual or for dominance, but for healthier outcomes for children and the people involved produce part of a context for an astoundingly better world and societal outcomes. How? Women currently compromise on who they have children with and are not having children with the very best men who have the right attributes for a particular woman. People get in relationships, all kinds, with people who are not a "best fit" for them in their definition of best (in all respects) and the strategy for getting there, which causes riffs in families causing children to grow up in worse conditions causing adults to be off-kilter in life, and a whole lot more. In addition, if you match people in a polygamous loving, caring, affectionate, and intentionally effective groups and do that matching with life and death accuracy (like ancient people used to do because their lives depended on it) they desire each other much more. So, there is much more connectiveness and transparency in their group. That connectedness inclines them to be more giving to each other, the the life and death accuracy in the grouping of individuals, and the transparency that automatically happens when you do that well produces astoundingly better grassroots results and bonds people forever in a way that does not leak benefits to that which and those who produce the results we don't really like in the world. Of course, there's a lot more to it than just that, but if you do that, and some more things I've worked six years analyzing, it literally solves every human solvable problem because you're not transferring benefits that you are, have, and can produce to anyone who is not focused on your type of best and strategy for getting there.

I am matching people who are interested in that, not just for my life but for others' peoples' lives and benefit. I'm a former hedge fund Chief Technology officer / chief Risk officer and K-1 partner. In other words, I've analyzed economies, people, businesses, human behavior, and built algorithms to beat the market and manage portfolios and companies. I know how to match people how I described, and more. All of that is part of a giant strategy to cause a paradigm shift in the world that is designed to naturally shift peoples' focus back to wonderful people, not who gets the attention and benefits of society now, by proving when you do what I described above, and a lot more, that isn't really suited to detail here on a polyamory website, it produces astoundingly better results.

It's modeled after how ancient people used to live, but with a gargantuan amount of modernization of course. For example, women struggle when they're pregnant because they're not surrounded by a plethora of wonderful women who think like they do. It is not natural to ask a woman to get up in the middle of the night and breastfeed her baby every night while the baby grows strong. It is more natural to share that duty with other women on an informal rotation. That drives interest and care in the child's upbringing from multiple perspectives resulting in the child getting raised better. It is not natural to have monogamous relationships where both the man's and the women's interest wonders and wanes. People are naturally tuned to polyamorous family structure, that is part of why it happens that way. Women love other women's bodies and being touched and massaged. But men aren't as inclined to do that. That's because as primates we evolved for millions of years in a polyamorous environment where women to woman contact be it sexual or not was readily available anytime. That way a woman gets all the emotional and other care she needs from people who are more genetically wired to give that to her in the best way, usually other women. And when a man sees her coordinating and collaborating in life, as well as in bed with other women if she desires that, he adores and desires her even more because he finds her giving and feminine coordination and collaboration with other women very attractive. Whilst he is allowed to be a masculine man and a wonderful father. These are our masculine and feminine inclinations that evolved in a polymerus environment absent what is trending or popular in society, so it is a mix of probably traditional, but is actually more biological, and ultra-modern, which some will see as strange.

Even if you are not interested in me, please inquire for more information.
 
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I'm not interested in you, but I'd like to ask the rest of the forum (especially the other moderators):

How long do you think we need to leave this post up in order to prove to the internet how non-judgemental we are?

I mean personally, I have no problem judging this post, so I'll take the necessary action with or without a consensus, but I just thought we could all have some fun first.
 
I vote 24 hours. Give every time zone a chance to roast.
 
I am matching people who are interested in that, not just for my life but for others' lives and benefit. I'm a former hedge fund Chief Technology officer / chief Risk officer and K-1 partner. In other words, I've analyzed economies, people, businesses, human behavior, and built algorithms to beat the market and manage portfolios and companies. I know how to match people how I described, and more.
My main question is, how have you applied large language models to this problem, and have they exponentially improved the results? 🤔
 
Hello. I've been researching this for 6 years now. Polyamory done for reasons that are not sexual or for dominance, but for healthier outcomes for children and the people involved produce part of a context for an astoundingly better world and societal outcomes. How? Women compromise on who they have children with and are not having children with the very best men who have the right attributes for a particular woman. People get in relationships, all kinds, with people who are not best fit for them in their definition of best (in all respects) and the strategy for getting there which causes riffs in families, causes children to grow up in worse conditions causing adults to be off-kilter in life, and a whole lot more. In addition, if you match people in a polygamous loving caring affectionate and intentionally effective groups with life and death accuracy (like ancient people used to do because their lives depended on it) they desire each other much more So there is much more connectiveness and transparency in the group. That connectedness inclines them to be more giving to each other, the The life and death accuracy in the grouping of individuals, and the transparency that automatically happens when you do that well produces astoundingly better grassroots results and bonds people forever in a way that does not leak benefits to that which and those who produce the results we don't really like in the world. Of course, there's a lot more to it than just that, but if you do that, and some more things I've worked out over 6 years of analyzing it, It literally solves every human solvable problem because you're not transferring benefits that you are, have, and can produce to anyone who is not focused on your type of best and strategy for getting there.

I am matching people who are interested in that, not just for my life but for others' lives and benefit. I'm a former hedge fund Chief Technology officer / chief Risk officer and K-1 partner. In other words, I've analyzed economies, people, businesses, human behavior, and built algorithms to beat the market and manage portfolios and companies. I know how to match people how I described, and more. All of that is part of a giant strategy to cause a paradigm shift in the world That shifts people's focus back to wonderful people, not who gets the attention and benefits of society now, by proving when you do what I described above, and a lot more, that isn't really suited for a polyamory website, it produces astoundingly better results.

It's modeled after how ancient people used to live but with a gargantuan amount of modernization of course. For example, women's struggle when they're pregnant because they're not surrounded by a plethora of wonderful women who think like They do. It is not natural to ask a woman to get up in the middle of the night and breastfeed her baby every night while the baby grows strong. It is more natural to share that duty with other women on an informal rotation so people arrested in the child is raised better. It is not natural to have monogamous relationships with a man's interest wanders after about a decade and the woman is left in emotional need and lacks connection because of his lack of interest. Not because he does not like her anymore, but because he's naturally tuned to a polyamorous situation and so is the woman. Women love other women's bodies and being touched and massaged. But men aren't as inclined to do that. That's because it happened woman to woman usually freeing up the man to be more masculine, what women want as well. That way a woman gets all the emotional and other care she needs from people who are inclined to get that to her, usually other women. And when a man sees her coordinating collaborating in life, as well as in bed, with other women he adores and has children with, he is overtaken with attraction to her forever because she is so giving and feminine and he is allowed to be a man and a wonderful father.

Even if you are not interested in me, please inquire for more information.
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My main question is, how have you applied large language models to this problem, and have they exponentially improved the results? 🤔
Only now do I wonder if this was written by someone’s character.io …

(If not for the errors in punctuation, spelling, and syntax I’d be willing to believe it.)
 
I don't have an opinion on how long the original post here should be left up. Possibly forever, so that any relevant discussion about it has a visible context. Basically, mountainclimber11 is proposing that we turn polyamory into a social engineering project, and while I'm not personally interested in doing that, I suppose it's possible that some people might be.

If you just want to have fun, why not move this thread to the Fireplace board, and leave it there for entertainment purposes?
 
I don't have an opinion on how long the original post here should be left up. Possibly forever, so that any relevant discussion about it has a visible context. Basically, mountainclimber11 is proposing that we turn polyamory into a social engineering project, and while I'm not personally interested in doing that, I suppose it's possible that some people might be.

If you just want to have fun, why not move this thread to the Fireplace board, and leave it there for entertainment purposes?
Not just any social engineering project, but one based on some wackadoo bullshit about women needing sister wives and “the very best men.” 🤮
 
mountainclimber11 is proposing that we turn polyamory into a social engineering project, and while I'm not personally interested in doing that, I suppose it's possible that some people might be.

If you just want to have fun, why not move this thread to the Fireplace board, and leave it there for entertainment purposes?
That sounds like a good compromise. I wouldn't want to personally prevent anyone from literally saving the world with poly.
 
I'm not interested in you, but I'd like to ask the rest of the forum (especially the other moderators):

How long do you think we need to leave this post up in order to prove to the internet how non-judgemental we are?

I mean personally, I have no problem judging this post, so I'll take the necessary action with or without a consensus, but I just thought we could all have some fun first.
What is an adjusted about it? It is something I've worked on for 6 years. It is perhaps the most adjusted thing I know of. No, it is not normal and nor is it traditional or popular. In fact, it is more in line with your biological self disregarding any norms or popularity.
 
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Only now do I wonder if this was written by someone’s character.io …

(If not for the errors in punctuation, spelling, and syntax I’d be willing to believe it.)
It was written quickly. I will edit the post as soon as I have time. Please ask away. This is rooted in real research backed by people in official who have been working on The root problems of society for decades. I am fumbling through helping them bring the truth to the world. This is not my profession or anything I asked for. In fact, I would rather not be doing this because of comments like yours. But it's critically important And literally goes to the root of how the world works or does not And why. I'm a financial executive who does not work in this area at all who happened to be in a position in life That made me their sort of greaseman. Ask any detailed question you want and I will back it up with information you cannot refute if You're thinking is based on facts and the reality of the world.
 
That sounds like a good compromise. I wouldn't want to personally prevent anyone from literally saving the world with poly.
You guys are entirely disingenuous and angry people. Just talk like humans. Don't slander without asking questions. You're mocking 6 years of my dedicated work. Think about the impact that has. Are you so inhuman that that is okay?
 
I don't have an opinion on how long the original post here should be left up. Possibly forever, so that any relevant discussion about it has a visible context. Basically, mountainclimber11 is proposing that we turn polyamory into a social engineering project, and while I'm not personally interested in doing that, I suppose it's possible that some people might be.

If you just want to have fun, why not move this thread to the Fireplace board, and leave it there for entertainment purposes?
No I am not making this a social engineering project, at least I don't think so. I am trying to get people to direct culture where it benefits humanity. It's intentional culture. If that is social engineering, then I guess it is.
 
It is not natural to ask a woman to get up in the middle of the night and breastfeed her baby every night while the baby grows strong. It is more natural to share that duty with other women on an informal rotation. That drives interest and care in the child's upbringing from multiple perspectives resulting in the child getting raised better.

As a former lactation specialist with over 25 years of experience, I will say you've got this part wrong. Maybe your wife resented "getting up in the middle of the night" to breastfeed her children. However, every mother is meant to breastfeed her own baby. Over the first weeks, the mother's body become attuned to her individual baby, through the process of supply and demand, making just the right amount of milk for that newborn. Also, she learns the baby's style of feeding, sleep patterns, and other needs. She also passes some of her own DNA to her baby through her milk.

In more traditional societies, mothers sleep with their babies in the same bed. There is no "getting up to feed" because baby is right there. She just gives baby what it needs and baby feeds and they both go back to sleep. Some mothers fall asleep as the baby feeds. Passing my baby around to my tribe mates seems like the last thing I'd like to do, especially in the middle of the night.

During the day, there might be a quick temporary babysitting situation where one mother might feed another woman's baby briefly, if baby is really desperate. And surely, if the mother dies, another woman might have stepped in to feed the orphaned child. Women in traditional societies will help raise all the babies, sure. The children might call their own mother Mommy and all the other women Auntie. Likewise, they have Daddy and then the Uncles. It takes a village. Other older children, grandmothers, and the men will also help to raise, feed, play with and teach the children.

But this doesn't fit into your imagined scenario and sex fantasy of bare-breasted women passing their babies around to each other in the night, after they get done with the massaging and sexual touching and being observed by the men who then want to have sex with them.
 
Where else have you promoted your six years of research? Usually that length of time would be more than enough for a PhD. Are there any peer reviewed journal papers that you can cite?

You have a lot of assumptions that underpin your ideas. Have you examined those? Have you even identified those?

Are you familiar with eugenics discourses? How do you justify your approach appearing to align with these?

You have first disagreed then mildly accepted that your ideas are suggesting a type of social engineering; how have you not encountered this critique before, nor recognised it yourself and already prepared a justification for it?

Kindly provide your reading list that has lead you to the belief that modeling a new society on communal living and child rearing is the cure all for of society's ills. Did you find Sex at Dawn that compelling? Or perhaps The Handmaid's Tale?
 
As a former lactation specialist with over 25 years of experience, I will say you've got this part wrong. Maybe your wife resented "getting up in the middle of the night" to breastfeed her children. However, every mother is meant to breastfeed her own baby. Over the first weeks, the mother's body become attuned to her individual baby, through the process of supply and demand, making just the right amount of milk for that newborn. Also, she learns the baby's style of feeding, sleep patterns, and other needs. She also passes some of her own DNA to her baby through her milk.

In more traditional societies, mothers sleep with their babies in the same bed. There is no "getting up to feed" because baby is right there. She just gives baby what it needs and baby feeds and they both go back to sleep. Some mothers fall asleep as the baby feeds. Passing my baby around to my tribe mates seems like the last thing I'd like to do, especially in the middle of the night.

During the day, there might be a quick temporary babysitting situation where one mother might feed another woman's baby briefly, if baby is really desperate. And surely, if the mother dies, another woman might have stepped in to feed the orphaned child. Women in traditional societies will help raise all the babies, sure. The children might call their own mother Mommy and all the other women Auntie. Likewise, they have Daddy and then the Uncles. It takes a village. Other older children, grandmothers, and the men will also help to raise, feed, play with and teach the children.

But this doesn't fit into your imagined scenario and sex fantasy of bare-breasted women passing their babies around to each other in the night, after they get done with the massaging and sexual touching and being observed by the men who then want to have sex with them.

But have you done 6 years of your own research on this? Or are you copping out and relying on science and academia for your opinions?
 
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