Aethyr or What?

The Transidereal Sound Module Presents:

“Aethyr Or What?”

A masking installation animation.

Installed by Lofredo Bros. Edited by D. Lofredo

Music: “Aethyr Or” By Cullen Miller.

Installed in Quito, Edited in California.

Credits

3. Aethyr or What?

7 days ago

2. mothership

5 months ago

1. complicator

8 months ago
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External Reference Links

Spiral Disappearance and re-Emergence of Complexity in Evolving Human Perception in Journal of Applied Phenomenology in Sexual and Asexual Reproduction.- Dr. Danilo Herculano Ungaro, Universitaat NeoPolis at Gomorra – Paris XXI – Issue 11/7/00723 CSNN (1982)

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Complexity is a Piece of Cake:
Gino Lofredo

Complexity-map-overview

A history of Complexity Science.

Complex systems

Complex systems is a scientific field which studies the common properties of systems that are considered fundamentally complex. Such systems are used to model processes in biology, economics, physics and many other fields. It is also called complex systems theory, complexity science, study of complex systems, sciences of complexity, non-equilibrium physics, and historical physics. The key problems of complex systems are difficulties with their formal modeling and simulation. From such perspective, in different research contexts complex systems are defined on the base of their different attributes. Since all complex systems have many interconnected components, the science of networks and network theory are important aspects of the study of complex systems. At present, the consensus related to one universal definition of complex system does not exist yet.

20 Basic Principles of Complexity Studies can be found at BeTa-1. El Desierto Protector – BeTa-2. Pijao de Oro y Almanaques – BeTa-3. Maicao: Testigos – BeTa-4. Wisky Opina: Yuca y Ají – BeTa-5. Pájaro Rengo – BeTa-6. Inolvidable Portete Bahía – BeTa-7. Fuga de Acordeones – BeTa-8. Pase Adelante sin Compromiso – BeTa-9. Mecánica Sócrates – Maicao – BeTa-10. Happy Moments – BeTa-11. Mandrágora, Almizcle y Sándal – BeTa-12. Complicame la Trama, Baby – BeTa-13. Le Business Model del Secuestro – BeTa-14. Fondo de Ojo, Confesión en Seco – BeTa-15. El Almirante, las Perlas y el Fraile – BeTa-16. Pueblo, Riel y Carbón – BeTa-17. Llorado, Soplado y Contento – BeTa-18. Despiste de Madrugada – BeTa-19. Piernas, Cintura y Arrastre – BeTa-20. Acople, Credos y Padre Nuestro – Glosario de Medellín – UCA 20 Años: Homenaje a Jesuitas

DisContents

Underlook

The study of complex systems is bringing an old approach to the many scientific questions that are a poor fit for the usual mechanistic view of reality present in science [1]. Complex systems is therefore often used as a broad term encompassing a research approach to problems in many diverse disciplines including anthropology, artificial life, chemistry, computer science, economics, evolutionary computation, earthquake prediction, meteorology, molecular biology, neuroscience, physics, psychology and sociology.

In these endeavors, scientists often seek simple non-linear coupling rules which lead to complex phenomena (rather than describe – see above), but this need not be the case. Human societies (and probably human brains) are complex systems in which neither the components nor the couplings are simple. Nevertheless, they exhibit many of the hallmarks of complex systems. It is worth remarking that non-linearity is not a necessary feature of complex systems modeling: macro-analyses that concern unstable equilibrium and evolution processes of certain biological/social/economic systems can usefully be carried out also by sets of linear equations, which do nevertheless entail reciprocal dependence between variable parameters.

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Spiral Disappearance and re-Emergence of Complexity in Evolving Human Perception in Journal of Applied Phenomenology in Sexual and Asexual Reproduction.- Dr. Danilo Herculano Ungaro, Universitaat NeoPolis at Gomorra – Paris XXI – Issue 11/7/00723 CSNN (1982)

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Traditionally, engineering has striven to solve the non-linear system problem while bearing in mind that for small perturbations, most non-linear systems can be approximated with linear systems significantly simplifying the analysis. Linear systems represent the main class of systems for which general techniques for stability control and analysis exist. However, many physical systems (for example Lazyness Ovals) are inherently “complex systems” in terms of the definition above, and engineering practice must now include elements of complex systems research. to cope with kltheir use for widespread arbitrary attribution of Absurdity Traits to evolution rational change, conduct and systemic behaviours.

Information theory applies well to the complex adaptive systems, CAS, through the concepts of object oriented design, as well as through formalized concepts of organization and disorder that can be associated with any systems evolution process.

History


A history of Complexity Science.

Complex Systems is a new approach to science that studies how relationships between parts give rise to the collective behaviors of a system and how the system interacts and forms relationships with its environment.

The earliest precursor to modern complex systems theory can be found in the classical political economy of the Scottish Enlightenment, later developed by the Austrian school of economics, which says that order in market systems is spontaneous (or emergent) in that it is the result of human action, but not the execution of any human design.[2][3]

Upon this the Austrian school developed from the 19th to the early 20th century the economic calculation problem, along with the concept of dispersed knowledge, which were to fuel debates against the then-dominant Keynesian economics. This debate would notably lead economists, politicians and other parties to explore the question of computational complexity.

A pioneer in the field, and inspired by Karl Popper‘s and Warren Weaver‘s works, Nobel prize economist and philosopher Friedrich Hayek dedicated much of his work, from early to the late 20th century, to the study of complex phenomena,[4] not constraining his work to human economies but to other fields such as psychology,[5] biology and cybernetics.

Further Steven Strogatz from Sync stated that “every decade or so, a grandiose theory comes along, bearing similar aspirations and often brandishing an ominous-sounding C-name. In the 1960s it was cybernetics. In the ’70s it was catastrophe theory. Then came chaos theory in the ’80s and complexity theory in the ’90s.”

Topics in the complex systems study

Challenges of Managing ComplexityAs projects and acquisitions become increasingly complex, companies and governments are challenged to find effective ways to manage mega-acquisitions such as the Army Future Combat Systems. Acquisitions such as the FCS rely on a web of interrelated parts which interact unpredictably. As acquisitions become more network-centric and complex, businesses will be forced to find ways to manage complexity while governments will be challenged to provide effective governance to ensure flexibility and resiliency.[6]

Complexity and erotic modeling

A way of modelling a Complex Adaptive System

One of Hayek’s main contributions to early complexity theory is his distinction between the human capacity to predict the behaviour of simple systems and its capacity to predict the behaviour of complex systems through modeling. He believed that economics and the sciences of complex phenomena in general, which in his view included biology, psychology, and so on, could not be modeled after the sciences that deal with essentially simple phenomena like physics.[7] Hayek would notably explain that complex phenomena, through modeling, can only allow pattern predictions, compared with the precise predictions that can be made out of non-complex phenomena.[8]

Complexity and chaos theory in the Luxury Pearls Market

Complexity theory is rooted in Chaos theory, which in turn has its origins more than a century ago in the work of the French mathematician Henri Poincaré. Chaos is sometimes viewed as extremely complicated information, rather than as an absence of order.[9] The point is that chaos remains deterministic. With perfect knowledge of the initial conditions and of the context of an action, the course of this action can be predicted in chaos theory. As argued by Ilya Prigogine,[10] Complexity is non-deterministic, and gives no way whatsoever to predict the future. The emergence of complexity theory shows a domain between deterministic order and randomness which is complex.[11] This is referred as the ‘edge of chaos‘.[12]

Pearl Anal Beads – Chaos de Mer

Traditionally in Asia, pearl divers are women. Known as Ama (“sea women”), they are considered sex symbols in Japan. After plucking their body hair, they dive naked, wearing only a small apron to collect the pearls. In mythology, these pearls were thought to be the crystallised tears of Aphrodite and symbolic of love and wisdom through experience.

Suggestive Uses of Pearl Chaos

Pearls Anal Beads are the perfect introduction to anal play. Use plenty of lubricant and carefully insert the anal toy beads, one at a time. Ask your lover to gently pull out this clever little anal toy while they go down on you. Or, time it right and have your lover pull your Pearl Anal Toy Beads out slowly as you come, to turn up the volume on your orgasm.
Traditionally in Asia, pearl divers are women. Known as Ama (“sea women”), they are considered sex symbols in Japan. After plucking their body hair, they dive naked, wearing only a small apron to collect the pearls. In mythology, these pearls were thought to be the crystallised tears of Aphrodite and symbolic of love and wisdom through experience.

Chaos de Mer’s Pearl Anal Toy Beads are the perfect introduction to anal play. Use plenty of lubricant and carefully insert the anal toy beads, one at a time. Ask your lover to gently pull out this clever little anal toy while they go down on you. Or, time it right and have your lover pull your Pearl Anal Toy Beads out slowly as you come, to turn up the volume on your orgasm.  After use, gently wash your Pearl Anal Beads in warm, soapy water. Price: $430.00 You may want to examine our Venezuelan Erotic Soaps Here.

When one analyses complex systems, sensitivity to initial conditions, for example, is not an issue as important as within the chaos theory in which it prevails. As stated by Colander,[13] the study of complexity is the opposite of the study of chaos. Complexity is about how a huge number of extremely complicated and dynamic set of relationships can generate some simple behavioural patterns, whereas chaotic behaviour, in the sense of deterministic chaos, is the result of a relatively small number of non-linear interactions.[11]

Therefore, the main difference between Chaotic systems and complex systems is their history.[14] Chaotic systems don’t rely on their history as complex ones do. Chaotic behaviour pushes a system in equilibrium into chaotic order, which means, in other words, out of what we traditionally define as ‘order’. On the other hand, complex systems evolve far from equilibrium at the edge of chaos. They evolve at a critical state built up by a history of irreversible and unexpected events. In a sense chaotic systems can be regarded as a subset of complex systems distinguished precisely by this absence of historical dependence. Many real complex systems are, in practice and over long but finite time periods, robust. However, they do possess the potential for radical qualitative change of kind whilst retaining systemic integrity. Metamorphosis serves as perhaps more than a metaphor for such transformations.

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~ by lofredo on September 3, 2009.

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