Let's say a topology T on a set X is natural if the definition of T refers to properties of (or relationships on) the members of X, and artificial otherwise. For example, the order topology on the set of real numbers is natural, while the discrete topology is artificial.
Suppose X is the powerset of some set Y. We know some things about X, such as that some members of X are subsets of other members of X. This defines an order on the members of X in terms of the subset relationship. But the order is not linear so it does not define an order topology on X.
I haven't found a topology on powersets that I would call natural. Is there one?