Another vital requirement of self governance is holding general elections without logistical costs. With this ability a population of any size can hold numerous elections in a short period of time. Using the concept of a public ledger, something already in use, and everyday devices we have achieved this requirement. If we use this to decide a clear path of governance then an agenda can be written.
The idea is to use a simple public ledger to tally election results and a validation step to qualify those results. When you cast your ballot towards a choice you get back a secret code that appears on a public ledger with your vote. This means everyone can see your vote but nobody knows it was you who voted. Only you know that spot on the ledger it correct. You announce publicly that the ledger everyone has, does show one correctly recorded vote. Once eighty-five percent of the voters validate the ledger, a two-thirds majority result can be declared as majority ruled. What that means is, eighty-five percent of two-thirds is at lest fifty percent majority. For example, one hundred people call a vote… A, B or C. Lets say sixty-six people vote for B, B gets sixty-six votes shown on the ledger from anonymous voters. When eighty-five voters validate the ledger as true, only fifteen ledger records can be called into question. If you consider every questionable record, all fifteen, is for the winner, and remove those votes, you are left with fifty-one votes for B which is a majority. There is another way of explaining and implementing these elections.