I cranked these out at 4:00 in the morning because I could not sleep. These graphics are the equivalent of scribbles on a dry-erase board. It is a working tool. You will not agree with everything I wrote or how it is organized. You will see many things that should be added or fine-tuned or word-smithed. That is GREAT! It means that we have the start of a shared visualization of the issues at hand.
I need to catch a nap. I plan to add some text between the pictures at a later time.
|Click to enlarge. Chart makes the most sense if you start with box in lower left corner. A red arrows is a necessary condition for the box being pointed to. Blue arrows are countermeasures to the box being pointed at.|
Looking more closely at specific functions of moneyMy strategy to reduce welfare fraud is to cripple the Bridge Card's ability to serve as an alternate form of currency. Since all actions will be defeated, to some degree, by those who wish to defraud the system, it is necessary to seek "horizontal resistance". That is, to implement multiple countermeasures that put a "tax" on each attribute that defines a viable currency.
|The Orange Arrow denotes a factor that will assist, but is not a necessary condition, for the box being pointed at, but is not required. It is valid to have the same countermeasure show up in several places.|