We already have managed accounts and managed healthcare, now we also have managed world views, thanks to Scott. A very interesting application and I recommend that you try it and check your views on quantum mechanics, strong AI and other topics.
Of course, the devil is in the details and several commenters have already detected ambiguities in the statements proposed by the world view manager and the detected tensions are often already accompanied by comments disputing their validity.
But where Wittgenstein ran into a brick wall, Scott may yet succeed. His manager could indeed be the first application of Web 3.0 a.k.a. 'the semantic interwebs'.
In the future, bloggers and other opinionators will check the consistency of their views and rationally resolve tensions and perhaps we will have, in addition to virus and spam filters, consistency scans of web pages and blog posts.
e.g. "wvm just detected an unresolved tension between this and that blog post and recommends to shut down this blog until the tension is resolved."
I am sure that Web 3.0 will be a better place, with about 95% of the current blogs removed from the interwebs due to inconsistencies.