Sam Roberts Posted almost 4 years ago Devise an economic system not based on personal property rights that will support such brilliant concepts as Justin Hall's Tipping. Thank you for your answer and clarification. In response I would say that it seems like what is most frustrating, especially in terms of energy, would be converting energy into a useful manner that people can use. Unfortunately this has been the challenge of all life as we know it since the beginning of time (to put it lightly). Energy is the one thing that absolutely everything competes for from the smallest bacteria to us with our space shuttles and iphones. Luckily we as a species have been fortunate enough to perceive energy in a whole new manner other than just plain ol' sustenance. But again how to convert? fire, solar, wind, water? It seems like any solution is still going to involve blood, sweat and time away from your kids to develop it. Whoever does is going to want to get paid for this work. I'm not saying that in the end it won't get extremely cheap or even free for that matter, but it will certainly take time. To me it just seems like the laws of supply and demand always apply. I can only think of one thing that is completely free to everyone and that's oxygen: if you want free energy make the conversion of it so abundant so as to flood the market, and make it so that every individual can do so him/herself so it can never be taken away from them.