On what points of human life do you have unity with?
Why isn't our unity tracked anywhere?
I propose an app that quizes you, asks for your demographics, and then posits points of unity to you. You can either vote for them or against them.
You're then grouped with other people who agree with the same thing as you and where you can move forward on your movement.
You could have a unity group of people who decide not to eat meat for environmental reasons. Or who believe that software should exist for some purpose.
In the game Stellaris, you can pay unity to perform society wide changes.
// app that quizes you
This sorta reminds my old idea, this one, except, yours is more direct and a bit intrusive: you know what happened with quizzes on Facebook, and the personality profiling? The political campaign ads were targeted with laser precision. :)
By "a bit intrusive", I mean, the very idea of collecting data directly on the persons will feel "ad-hominem" to most people. People generally don't like to be judged, but they obviously want to participate in shared interest groups. So, "ad-idem" (or on ideas) would probably be the better approach. Again, it also heavily depends on how you formulate those questions... Perhaps simply joining categories can help people find like-minded people a lot.
I'll have to try this game to see what you mean. :)
I want to be part of a group of people that are my age group, my gender, my hobbies.
I want to be part of multiple groups simultaneously.
Meetup.com (an app for meeting people offline and online based on interests) can inspire how this Unity app could look like.
How would this app look like to ensure that each of us have multiple interests and multiple ways to relate to others?
I want the group's to be spelled out too. I want to have to explicitly join the group that is my age group. Find some unity with the members there with question and answers
// So, "ad-idem" (or on ideas) would probably be the better approach. Again, it also heavily depends on how you formulate those questions.
If you read the idea again you get presented with ideas and you vote for or against them.
// People generally don't like to be judged
I think people enjoy doing quizzes and answering questions.