We have proposed (and are actively developing) a broadly integrated system that quantifies one’s RacialValue. Think FICO score. We daily sample a wide range of cultural, and a drunken baker’s dozen other indicators (think Rabelais, and Oracle of the Bottle), and after much sausage making, quantify it as the WhoWeAre index. This value is a vital
in our algorithms, and captures what the current BeautifulPeople, our betters and cultural elites, think is correct.
Any person within the polygon defining US border boundaries will have this value keyed to SSN. (Well, we’d better get a more legit identifier, as SSNs are traded like candy these days at any street corner where day laborers loiter, in the shadows.)
Currently in negotiation with Pantone regarding licensing. In the near future, the equivalent of the “What’s your sign?” pickup line will be “What’s your racial value?” Racval, in the vernacular.
Angel investors most welcome!
We can and will, in the brilliant future, quantify our MulCultVal.
Also, some trolls with chops could put together a website that quantifies the Progressive Stack by asking visitors questions about who possesses more Intersectionality.
Questions could be asked in the abstract. E.g., Who has more intersectionality?
A. A transgender person
B. A black person
And in the particular by using celebrities, such as asking respondents to opine upon whether, say, Elizabeth Warren or Lin-Manuel Miranda has more Intersectionality.
Also, fictional characters should compete: e.g., Hermione Granger vs. Chewbacca.
The value of each respondent’s opinions could in turn be weighted by how much intersectionality they possess as of the moment.
Also, users would be encouraged to weigh in on philosophical questions like: Is intersectionality different from diversity?
The interface should be nontrolling and sincere to attract lots of participation from true believers in intersectionality who simply have different opinions on who is the most intersectional of all.
Ideally, the system would would result in lots of:
A. Instability, with who is on top of the progressive stack varying daily. Audiences should be encouraged to check in daily to see who is Number One today and, if they don’t like it, change it.
B. Incoherence, with lots of A>B, B>C, and C>A type results.