Histocracy is untested, untried, unprecedented. Why? Because it was impossible until about ten years ago. Histocracy
requires secure, uncorruptible computers to allocate voting power. If it had been tried in Athens, whoever was in charge
of counting the white and black stones, reading the rooms and rooms of voting records stored on parchment, and doing the math
would surely have been able to cheat--think of the man-hours required to check his work. The major democracies in the world
today use various systems that distribute out the work and the responsibility, but they all bear outdated heritages of a different
time (as an American, I am thinking specifically of the Electoral College).
Using and Supporting Histocracy