S-curve, Self-organization

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PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Our world is not a world of things that determine
behavior patterns
but a world of behavior patterns that determine
things…
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
What is behind this universal pattern of organizational and societal emergence?
What really ‘shapes’ our world?
A
B
D
C
A
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
B
C
D
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Trying to connect the dots...
Failure & Fate of the Knowledge Graph
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Logistics function, S-curve
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Possible explanations:
• S-curve
• (Shaping-process) attribute
x
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Thomas Malthus
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Theodore Modis
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Possible explanations:
S-curve
(Shaping-process) attribute
Self-organization
(Shaping-process) attribute
x
x
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory
Per Bak
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Edward Lorentz
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus
Francisco Varela
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Possible explanations:
S-curve
(Shaping-process) attribute
Self-organization
(Shaping-process) attribute
Complexity
(Shaping-process) attribute
x
x
x
Edward Lorentz
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
 Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Henri Bergson
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Henri Bergson
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Henri Bergson
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Henri Bergson
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Henri Bergson
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Constructal law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst
Henri Bergson
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Possible explanations:
S-curve
(Shaping-process) attribute
Self-organization
(Shaping-process) attribute
Complexity
(Shaping-process) attribute
Time
(Shaping-process) attribute
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
x
x
x
x
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
th
S-curve behind everything
4 Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal law Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time, Shape
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time, Shape
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Kenneth Libbrecht
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Snowflake-structure depends on temperature
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time, Shape
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
I don’t know why!
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Kenneth Libbrecht
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
S-curve behind everything
4th Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Snowflake-structure depends on temperature
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Possible explanations:
S-curve
(Shaping-process) attribute
Self-organization
(Shaping-process) attribute
Complexity
(Shaping-process) attribute
Time
(Shaping-process) attribute
Shape
(Shaping-process) attribute
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
x
x
x
x
x
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
I don’t know why!
Francisco
Varela
Thomas Malthus
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Kenneth Libbrecht
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
th
S-curve behind everything
4 Law
Time is local phenomenon
Constructal law Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Natural selection of the fittest
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Snowflake-structure depends on temperature
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Possible explanations: S-curve, Self-organization, Complexity theory, Time, Shape
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
I don’t know why!
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Kenneth Libbrecht
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
th Law
S-curve behind everything
4
Time is local phenomenon
Figure & Ground of Reality...
Constructal
law
Natural selection of the fittest
Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Reproducing least-energy fitting behavior patterns draw Figure of Reality
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Stochastic
resonance:
stage A
Self-organization
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Snowflake-structure depends on temperature
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Premise
What ‘shapes’ our world?
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
?
Plainly Wrong!
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
Possible explanations:
S-curve
(Shaping-process) attribute
Self-organization
(Shaping-process) attribute
Complexity
(Shaping-process) attribute
Time
(Shaping-process) attribute
Shape
(Shaping-process) attribute
Problem is Assembly
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
x
x
x
x
x
Per Bak Ichiro Tsuda, Kunihiko Kaneko
Stephen J. Gould
Lynn Margulis
Alfred Russel Wallace
Charles Darwin
Rod Swenson
Humberto Maturana
Chris Isham
I don’t know why!
Thomas Malthus Francisco Varela
Edward Lorentz
Julian Barbour
Pierre-Francois Verhulst
Benzi, Satura, Vulpiani
Kenneth Libbrecht
Alfred North Whitehead Stuart Kauffman
Lee Smolin, Stuart Kauffman
Hermann Haken
Gilbert Probst Two clocks...
Henri Bergson
- Regular time = human invention = measure of repetition *
Ilya Prigogine
Theodore Modis- Fundamental time = 4 stages of simultaneity emergence *
Adrian Bejan
Eugene Maslow
Carlo Rovelli
Simultaneity = Essence
Jan Assmann
Duration = Creation Time precedes existence
Chaos vs order, state of least resistence prevails 4 stages of Parametic Resonance *
Simultaneity precedes energy conversion *
Principle of Population
Fitness landscapes
Lack of emergent time in QM
Logistics function, S-curve
Endosymbiosis
Time does not exist
th
S-curve behind everything
4 Law
Time is local phenomenon
Figure & Ground of Reality...
Constructal law Duality of time, time holon (tilon) *
Natural selection of the fittest
Reproducing least-energy fitting behavior patterns draw Figure of Reality
Punctuated equilibrium Attractor emergence: stage B
Avalanche effect
Forget time, it is a thermodynamic phenomenon *
Self-organization Stochastic resonance: stage A
Out-of-equilibrium, synergentics Open chaos, itinerant attractor: stage D, C
Snowflake-structure depends on temperature
Gradient (inequality) produces gradient-minimization behavior
Self-referentiality, autopoiesis
Ancient Egypt: Time Great *, Time Small *
Per Bak’s avalanche moment...
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
We interpret our world by what we see...
But who or what assembles it?
What is the Ground of our world?
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Figure Gestalt
Ground Gestalt
Which view explains how our world is being shaped?
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Aristotle
Our world consists of substances, each substance is plainly
divisible into other substances... if not substances there must be
attributes...
Descartes
Our world consists of corpuscles of matter that can be divided
(and assembled) into other corpuscles...
We interpret our world by what we see...
But who or what assembles it?
What is the Ground of our world?
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
PHILOSOPHICAL & PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
Today
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
Future
The Next Scientific Revolution?
THE PATH OF NATURE
Observation of reality
Organization
Entropy
Repetition of patterns
Least-energy fitting reproduce
M
emory
Congruent Simultaneity - 2nd Law
Least-energy fitting out-reproduce others
Behavior-Pattern Species
Awareness
Division of Labor - 0th Law
Minimization of the inequalities
M
otion
Division of Inequalities - 1st Law
Sum of inequalities = Constant
Inequality
Δ
External inequalities
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
Re-explaining Evolution
Visible Outcomes
Niches, Species
Consequence
Cause
Existential Manifold
Hidden
Behavioral Domain
Alfred Russel Wallace and Charles Darwin: What makes the branching tree of species grow?
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
Reciprocal Conditioning
Physical Outcomes
Humans
RNA, DNA
Dimension of Outcomes
Snowflakes
Evolving Realities
Flocks
Niches, Species
Organizations
Thought
Behavior Patterns
Behavioral Domain
Awareness
Non-material Outcomes
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
What is reality? Could it be that what we touch or observe?
Visible Outcomes
Niches, Species
We touch a sub-atomic abyss
An atom is at least 15-times smaller than a molecule
An atom is at least 100,000 times bigger than its nucleus
Reality in truth…
An ecosystem of behavior-pattern species
Gautama Buddha
Only together they arise - pattica sumuppãda
Behavioral Domain
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
From holons to time holons or tilons (fractals of organizational emergence)
Dimension of Outcomes
Population of Best-Fitting Behavior-Pattern Species
Slow
Time
Time Holons or Tilons
Fast
Behavioral Domain
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The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
Purposeful Evolution
Dimension of Outcomes
Existential Manifold
Inequality
Forms of Organization
Inequalities
Ever-increasing
Inequality-minimizing Capacity
Emzine
Roles ≡ Complexity
Behavioral Domain
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
UNIFICATION
Most-efficient geometry
Dimension of Outcomes
Honeycomb
Ice Crystal
Existential Manifold
Inequality
Bénard Cell
E8 Symmetry
Hexagon-inspired structures are residues
rather than explanations
Emzine
Behavioral Domain
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
RECENT DOTS
ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN APPROACH inspired by Behavior-Pattern Species
DOT
DOT
Social Sciences
Material Sciences
Nuclear Fusion Research
Environment
Congruent Simultaneity
Tinkering with Gradients
Often-Unexpected Results
Reward & Punishment Gradients
Sustainable Business or
Organization
Temperature, Material, Interval Gradients
Novel Insulating Polymer Chip
with Trillions Nano-M Vacuums
Inner-Star Temperature Gradient
Sustainable Organization
Of Fusing Nuclei
Best-Achievable
Environment of Gradients
Simulation of
Behavior-Pattern Species
Desired Result
Selection Based on Level of Congruent Simultaneity
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
RECENT DOTS
Blue Valley senior is
on the verge of a quantum leap for science
DOT
Novel hydrogen fuel-cell technology by Hunter Browning (18)
“Everything you see is shaking,” he says. His eyes sweep across the tabletop. The chairs. The carpeted floor. “Solidity is an illusion.”
Quantum physics explores the vast inner universe of molecules, the open spaces where atomic particles vibrate and struggle against one
another in waves. Kinetic energy is in everything, he says, “like mass on a spring.”
The laws of thermodynamics dictate that you can’t get something from nothing. The energy needed to break out hydrogen was too much to get
enough energy profit in the output.
There Browning stood, describing the resonant frequency of molecules and the chemical reactions, proposing the electrical circuitry and the
models for measuring feedback.
He has created a hydrogen cell that is efficient enough to power a cooking grill. So he’s created another company, Green Grills, which he
plans will create water-powered grills to help raise the capital he needs to carry on his ultimate dream.
That is being carried out by his prize company, BLISresonance — Beauty Lies in Simplicity, which continues its pursuit of a water-powered
car engine.
“You want an open mind,” he said, “but not so open that your brain falls out.”
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
RECENT DOTS
Group
Perspective
DOT
Source of
Elasticity of
Social Forces
Momentum
Autonomy
Outward/
Open
Inward/
Closed
Individual
Outward/
Open
Inelastic
Organization
Inward/
Closed
Interdependence
Group
Cohesion
Integration
Vision
Culture
Inelastic
Fragmentation
Yin-Yang Features
DOT
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
WHAT WILL SHAPE THE 3RD MILLENNIUM?
EMERGENT WORLD
STATIC WORLD
World of Things
(Equilibrium) Equality
World of Behavior Patterns
Inequality (Out of Equilibrium)
(Deliberate) Creation
(Mutual) Causality
Time
Space, Time, Gravity
Extrapolation
Sustainability
Mind over Matter
Awareness
Morality
Timeless Leadership
Built to Last
Due Diligence
God
Being, Sein
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
INEQUALITY
Obervable
Reality
Out of
Equilibrium
InequalityDriven Reality
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
Dark Energy, Matter
Equilibrium
Obervable
Reality
Out of
Equilibrium
InequalityDriven Reality
The Next Scientific Revolution?
WHAT WILL SHAPE THE 3RD MILLENNIUM?
EMERGENT WORLD
STATIC WORLD
World of Things
(Equilibrium) Equality
(Deliberate) Creation
(Mutual) Causality
Time
World of Behavior Patterns
Inequality (Out of Equilibrium)
Self-creation (Spontaneous)
Conditioning (Reciprocal)
Simultime
Congruent-Simultaneity Development
Space, Time, Gravity
Extrapolation
Sustainability
Mind, Matter
Awareness
Morality
Timeless Leadership
Built to Last
Due Diligence
God
Being, Sein
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
NOT A PATH IN TIME OF OUR MAKING
Out of Equilibrium
High Inflation
Credit Contraction
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
Nearing Equilibrium
Low Inflation
Credit Expansion
The Next Scientific Revolution?
ON NATURE’S PATH OF EMERGENCE
High Inflation
Credit Contraction
Credit Expansion
Low Inflation
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
WHAT WILL SHAPE THE 3RD MILLENNIUM?
EMERGENT WORLD
STATIC WORLD
World of Things
(Equilibrium) Equality
(Deliberate) Creation
(Mutual) Causality
Time
A New Physics?
Space, Time, Gravity
World of Behavior Patterns
Inequality (Out of Equilibrium)
Self-creation (Spontaneous)
Conditioning (Reciprocal)
Congruent-Simultaneity Development
Emergent Phenomena (Verlinde)
Extrapolation
Sustainability
Mind, Matter
Awareness
Morality
Timeless Leadership
Built to Last
Due Diligence
God
Being, Sein
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
A NEW PHYSICS
Our world is not a world of particles and forces
that determine behavior patterns…
but a world of behavior patterns
that determine particles and forces…
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
The Next Scientific Revolution?
WHAT WILL SHAPE THE 3RD MILLENNIUM?
EMERGENT WORLD
STATIC WORLD
World of Things
(Equilibrium) Equality
(Deliberate) Creation
(Mutual) Causality
Time
Space, Time, Gravity
Inequality (Out of Equilibrium)
Self-creation (Spontaneous)
Conditioning (Reciprocal)
Congruent-Simultaneity Development
Emergent Phenomena (Verlinde)
Extrapolation
Prediction (CS Development Stages)
Sustainability
Non-Sustainabiliy
Mind over Matter
Awareness
Morality
Timeless Leadership
Built to Last
Due Diligence
God
Being, Sein
© Marc van der Erve – 2009/2010/2011/2012
World of Behavior Patterns
Motion over Memory, Mind
Meta-awareness
Meta-morality
Temporal Leadership
Grown to Achieve
Future Diligence
Nature and Man as its Exponent
Becoming, Emzine
The Next Scientific Revolution?

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