[Fis] Karl--Re: Abstract--Electronic Symbiosis—Lessons from Bacteria & Numbers

Howard Bloom howlbloom at aol.com
Wed Feb 17 02:14:45 CET 2021

i think you hit the nail on the head with this:

Is it possible at all to create a picture of interdependent systems that are nested in each other and influence each other?
if we created such a system, it would be applicable to our study of the cosmos itself, from the generation of quarks to the latest political scandals, not to mention to our battle with the coronavirus.
with warmth and oomph--howard

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From: Karl Javorszky <karl.javorszky at gmail.com>
To: fis <fis at listas.unizar.es>
Sent: Tue, Feb 16, 2021 12:03 pm
Subject: [Fis] Abstract--Electronic Symbiosis—Lessons from Bacteria & Numbers

Dear List,
Howard's idea of pre-peer-circulating the abstracts is very helpful in my eyes. By this method, one can test the deeps, who and how many people are interested in one's stick horse.Let us have a tour d'horizon. Who knows, whether we shall actually meet, and perusing the abstracts is a good prelude for virtual meetings.

The picture Howard draws is of a biotop, in which recycling processes and feed-back loops maintain a stable periodicity. There are systems and subsystems. 

It is a dream task for a design engineer to translate this artist's vision into a realisable concept. Does this list think that it is possible to come up with a plan to realise Howard's vision? Is the idea that Howard presented, a rational one? If so, a technical feasibility study is the next step. 

What general ideas have to be laid to rest and what new general ideas have to be accepted as fundamentals? Is it possible at all to create a picture of interdependent systems that are nested in each other and influence each other?
We are at the entry of a new session of fis. May it be fruitful and entertaining, deepening our enlightenment about symbiotic processes.
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