#Cyberpeacefare #General Theory of Cyberpeacefare

Seems to me that there is an Urgent  Need for a General Theory of Cyberpeacefare (akin to Einstein General Theory of Relativity) which is acceptable behavior for us/all (individuals/ethnic-religious groups/nation states/et al).  Given the "Golden Rule" as the General Law, the world-wide web as the systematic means, what motive force(s) required to stimulate consciences - u&me/usall to  realize/exercise our PersonalCyberPower for "world peace and planet survival". CyberPeaceGadfly

(To a "independent-unbiased observer" using the Golden Rule as the Gold Standard - who are the terrorists ?  Are we all Hypocrites to a greater or lesser magnitude. To what extent does the analogy of Newton's Law that "for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" apply to human affairs ?.Seems to me ChaosTheory/"butterfly effect" applies to "hypocritical minds" causing unnecessary wars ?  Hypocrisy: the practice of professing beliefs, feelings or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness; an act or instance of falseness (AmericanHeritageDictionary)

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