When information and communications systems become massively autonomous, will we be able to react to the unfolding events in any competitive information and communications space? Continue reading Information Conflict may overwhelm us
Systems-theoretical analyses of human conflict suggest that it may be an inevitable error or fault in the self-replication of those complex patterns of information and energy that we recognise as society, technology and historical metamorphosis. Continue reading Conflict as mandatory error of social self-replication
What we require most critically is insight and effective methods for sharing valuable information with other minds. This is quite probably the most difficult communication task with which to successfully engage. Continue reading Improbable Insights
We are that living matter through which the logic of self-replication self-replicates; we are not the bearers or the beneficiaries of this process, we are the medium through which it (shockwave-like) passes. Continue reading Self-replication, imperfect.
Spontaneous savant syndrome… Continue reading Spontaneous Savant ?
The primary purpose of cultural systems, sub-systems and sub- or counter-cultures is also their primary method. That is (and fundamentally): the replication of the process of self-replication. Continue reading Culture: Gothic Complexity
The logic and semantics of explanation or description of a principle of continuity selection are also subject to their own continuity proof… Continue reading Continuity Theorems