Global Dynamics Processes: Complexity of Tao

I don’t claim to know much about the “Complexity of Tao” but there is some interesting reading in this blog nevertheless:

“Science has, to date, succeded in solving a bewildering number of relatively easy problems, whereas the hard problems, and the ones which perhaps promise most for man’s future, lie ahead.”

“What makes an evening primrose open when it does? Why does salt water fail to satisfy thirst? Why is one chemical substance a poison when another, whose molecules have just the same atoms but assembled into a mirror-image pattern, is completely harmless? Why does the amount of manganese in the diet affect the maternal instinct of an animal? What is the description of aging in biochemical terms? … All these are certainly complex problems, but they are not problems of disorganized, to which statistical methods hold the key. They are all problems which involve dealing simultaneously with a sizable number of factors which are interrelated into an organic whole. They are all, in the language here proposed, problems of organized complexity”

via Global Dynamics Processes: the Connecting Pattern from KaliYuga to Tao: Complexity of Tao.

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