TVP #10: Mean-Time to Harassment – Gauging Your Success at Vonu

On this episode of The Vonu Podcast, Shane and Kyle discuss a concept Rayo formulated known as “mean-time to harassment,” which can be defined as:

…the strength of vonu, usually expressed in years. MTH is typically used to gauge the profitable viability of concealing a vonuum (the place or situation of an invulnerability to coercion) relative to one’s competency at vonumy (the art of achieving an invulnerability to coercion).

In his book, Vonu: The Search for Personal Freedom, Rayo includes a chart/graph (BELOW) to help the readers better understand MTH; make sure to AT LEAST take a look at it before listening to the podcast or this will be a little confusing.

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MTH is important, as it lays out a clear-cut way to determine what level of activity you can partake in while still being (or striving for) an invulnerability to coercion. In other words, whether you are at the competency level to open up Aurora (Alongside Night), or if you are better suited for, say, van nomadism.

Kyle’s Article:

Mean Time to Harassment: Gauging the Vonu/Activity Tradeoff