Some general remarks.
A number of scientific schools (in particular, the Soviet school by Kurdyumov), what studied the development of complex nonequilibrium systems, proposed a new approach to the description of the future. Even a simple flame propagation in the medium is around 10^15 (million billion!) possible attractors, each of which is strictly described. In these circumstances, predicting the future makes no sense. The desired future you must choose from possible (not prohibited), and then restore the path leading to it.
In this regard, I always thought that the main function of Science Fiction – the creation of utopias, i.e. the description of the desired states of society and its scientific and technical base, and then a description of the ways leading to it. At present, unfortunately, this function fails completely, really interesting works can be counted on the fingers.
In my understanding, the writing of the Constitution of Asgardia is primarily the creation of compelling, actionable and inspiring utopia. I now this utopia do not see absolutely. The fundamentals are well recognizable model of the existing states of the Earth, some of which are already largely dysfunctional, and others relatively safe as long as not over oil on the continental shelf of the North sea. Maybe you need a broad discussion in the Science Fiction aspect (the definition of a set of desired States, the "ideal final result" by Altshuller's TRIZ), and not formal futurological approach of extrapolating from the achieved.