Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Physics and Philosophy - Thoughts on the Implications of Quantum Mechanics, and Other Matters #9ii

9. On Causality:
ii. Supply and demand are economic manifestations of causality. In theory, needs and wants are mutually self sustaining with supply. In actuality, complexity makes all predications uncertain. This model also often neglects to account for historical or irrational forces. Competing systems may drive conflicts and hence economics as well. When dealing with a relatively rational adversary, conflict management is far less straining than fighting against forces seeking negation. Contact nodes are preferable to ill-defined boundaries. Systems have rules. Disruptions have consequences.

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