The Biocybernetic Approach to Understand and Plan Our Environment
Our living species overstepped certain density levels a long time ago. Consequently, a new degree in network inter-connections has emerged. The result is that new complex systems have arisen out of previous non-systems, and new structures of interactions with their own laws have been created.
The conventionally predominant linear, that is sequential, cause-and-effect thinking is no longer sufficient for understanding the real processes taking place among the increasingly interlinked effects of man and his environment. At least for certain problems this linear thinking must be replaced by another sort, which could be called network-thinking.
KeywordsDioxide Carbohydrate Respiration Photosynthesis Settling
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