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Complex natural systems missing

  1. Oct 6, 2009 #1
    It seems most curious that the whole subject of the design and behavior of complex natural systems seems to be missing from the PhysOrg concept of science, or hiding somewhere I suppose. It's clearly our worldwide general lack of understanding of the behavior of complex organisms like economies, cultures, climates & ecologies, etc that have become the central concern of our apparent gross mismanagement of the earth, for example.

    The developmental process paradigm works quite well for tracing the accumulative processes of erupting and maturing whole system organizational changes, for example. That's what I use anyway. www.synapse9.com is my archive, fyi

    I don't see the subject discussed here, though. Is it just that complex systems don't have formulas??
     
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