Category Archives: Self-Organization


Self-organization From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Self-organization is the process where a structure or pattern appears in a system without a central authority or external element imposing it. This globally coherent pattern appears from the local interaction of the elements … Continue reading

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A purple haze shows dark matter flanking the “Bullet Cluster.” Image Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/M.Markevitch et al. Optical: NASA/STScI; Magellan/U.Arizona/D.Clowe et al. Lensing Map: NASA/STScI; ESO WFI; Magellan/U.Arizona/D.Clowe et al One would have to understand how this may become appealing in … Continue reading

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The New Garden of Eden

Is it more astonishing that a God created all that exists in six days, or that the natural processes of the creative universe have yielded galaxies, chemistry, life, agency, meaning, value, consciousness, culture without a Creator. In my mind and … Continue reading

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Jung Typology Test

Take the Test here. * Your type formula according to Carl Jung and Isabel Myers-Briggs typology along with the strengths of the preferences * The description of your personality type * The list of occupations and educational institutions where you … Continue reading

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Evolutionary Game Theory

This of course was first introduced to me by the show called a Beautiful Mind. It is about the story of John Nash It is true such mathematics could seem cold and austere. Realizing the complexity of emotive and intellectual … Continue reading

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Mandalas as Mind Maps

While I respect Carl Jung and his thought on the personality, it would have made more sense to me that at death “perfection would be as best the soul is in it’s attempts.” To discover, one’s nature and recognize that … Continue reading

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Theoretical Excellence

Although Aristotle in general had a more empirical and experimental attitude than Plato, modern science did not come into its own until Plato’s Pythagorean confidence in the mathematical nature of the world returned with Kepler, Galileo, and Newton. For instance, … Continue reading

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Mind Maps: Mathematical Structures?

<a href="; target=_BLank title="The Platonic doctrine of recollection is the idea that we are born possessing all knowledge and our realization of that knowledge is contingent on our discovery of it. Whether the doctrine should be taken literally or not … Continue reading

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Revolutions of the Archetype

The concept of Tao is based upon the understanding that the only constant in the universe is change (see I Ching, the “Book of Changes”) and that we must understand and be in harmony with this change. The change is … Continue reading

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Emergence: A Point in Spacetime

We used to think that if we knew one, we knew two, because one and one are two. We are finding out that we must learn a great deal more about ‘and’.” – Sir Arthur Eddington (1882-1944) Foundational perspectives are … Continue reading

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