Conflict and the means or methods of its execution lie at the center of all personal and (by extension or necessary inversion) collective history. Continue reading The Necessary Evolution of Difference and Conflict
At the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, it is a good time to reflect upon where we are all going as a civilisation and what we might plausibly achieve to inhibit, interdict or halt the possibility of any similar global catastrophes from ever occurring again. Continue reading A World at War with Itself
The great enigma of scientific and technological progress: for every great leap forwards there exists a concurrent potential for even greater (catastrophic) leaps backwards. Continue reading CRISPR Wars: The Inevitability of Technological Entropy ?
Psychological closure or completion of an isolated ego remains a functional, technological and sociological impossibility. Continue reading Quieting the Ego
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
The moving frame, having moved, drags itself ever onwards… Continue reading Accelerating Frames of History
It is staggering (and blissfully unacknowledged) the extent to which this world of ours and all of its many anthropomorphic catastrophes are all quite simply occurring within and emanating from these brains between our ears. Continue reading A Self-Extinguishing Flame