# Arc Sized Voting

Arc vote sizing is the formula that the Democratic Empowerment Party (currently presided over by me, the author) currently prefers and promotes. The next chart shows it as a perfect arc illustrating the complete balancing of power and wealth. Not only is it the most elegant to view, but it’s also the most radical (at least no one has come forth with a more radical idea yet), as arc vote sizing works (in conjunction with wealth positioning) the same way in a society where the gap between the richest and the poorest is \$1,000,000,000 as it does in a society where that gap is \$1,000. The perfectly curved arc ensures that while everyone can have their own fractions of power and wealth, each one of us is always equally distanced from having nothing, and so none of us are ever any more advantaged or disadvantaged than anyone else. Arc sizing represents a goal of ensuring that everyone has the same overall amount of combined political and economic wealth. Another way of looking at it is to say that everyone is equidistant from having neither political power nor economic wealth.

Formula used for arc sizing basically describes an even circle with a radius of 1.

How do we calculate this arc? The precise formula (by devolving Radius² = x² + y²) is simple and elegant too:

Formula used for arc sizing basically describes an even circle with a radius of 1.

Although it looks quite drastic at first, upon closer inspection is not so much so, as people at a favorable nine-tenths of the way along the wealth line still get 40 per cent of a vote! The smaller vote size is the sacrifice being asked of them in order to establish social harmony in exchange for their greater wealth. Note that the shape of the arc remains the same regardless of the income disparity between people. It does not try to reward people for shrinking the gap between rich and poor. Whether the gap between the richest and poorest person is one billion dollars or one thousand dollars, the method ensures an absolute balance of wealth and power.