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Sorce Theory: Unlocking the Basement By Joel Morrison
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Beyond the limits of classical physics, Sorce Theory demonstrates a new “post-quantum” causal underpinning. It does this without limiting the quantitative aspects of modern physics.... More > Rather, it offers an understanding of the data, and a new perspective to guide us beyond the current quagmire into a truly unified paradigm. Like virtually all of modern science, however, this paradigm is built on a medieval “foundational” ontology. Through an infinite self-similar recursion typical of fractals, this axiomatic foundationalism is reopened to the nondual findings of post-modern and post-foundational ontologies, and thus to causal illumination at all levels of the cosmos. This then opens Sorce Theory to integration with the emerging fractal and plasma cosmologies. In this process a holarchical and self-similar theory of fluid dynamics is put forth, making sense of the interactions between molar fluids and “quantum” superfluids, and an accessible introduction to the model is provided as well.< Less
Sorce Theory: Unlocking the Basement By Joel Morrison
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Beyond the limits of classical physics, Sorce Theory demonstrates a new “post-quantum” causal underpinning. It does this without limiting the quantitative aspects of modern physics.... More > Rather, it offers an understanding of the data, and a new perspective to guide us beyond the current quagmire into a truly unified paradigm. Like virtually all of modern science, however, this paradigm is built on a medieval “foundational” ontology. Through an infinite self-similar recursion typical of fractals, this axiomatic foundationalism is reopened to the nondual findings of post-modern and post-foundational ontologies, and thus to causal illumination at all levels of the cosmos. This then opens Sorce Theory to integration with the emerging fractal and plasma cosmologies. In this process a holarchical and self-similar theory of fluid dynamics is put forth, making sense of the interactions between molar fluids and “quantum” superfluids, and an accessible introduction to the model is provided as well.< Less
The Dark Side of Enterprise Silos By Freddie McMahon
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As we all know, orchestrating tacit interactions across silos incurs high costs of coordination and leads to widening gaps between sensing and responding to ever changing circumstances. These... More > ‘sense’ and ‘respond’ gaps can lead to lower market and revenue growth, and higher costs and residual risk. In the worst case, these sense and respond gaps can lead to ‘unexpected’ systemic failure such as the banking industry debacle witnessed over the past few years. Such monumental failure is often associated with poor transparency; the causality is materially attributable to an enterprise being organised around silos. As the nature of these tacit interactions become more complex, the greater the stress is applied to silos throughout the enterprise, leading to unintended consequences: ● Slower time to value ● Slower time to respond ● Slower time to innovate This book is a short executive briefing that challenges organisational silos and suggests a sense-and-respond framework for the way forward.< Less
A Philosophical Approach - Theoretical By Garrison Clifford Gibson
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My informal essays with a theoretical approach. Descartes contemplated affirming existence from first principles; an epistemological investigation of self-awareness. Aristotle presented numerous... More > categories of classification of substance and logic. Socrates and Plato thought of the ideal state and of truth. They looked into what concepts are such as the good anticipating the utilitarian question. Individuals considered by others as philosophers have examined many of the same matters concerning individual actualization, language, government of the many and the way people interact phenomenally (e.g. Sartre’s Being and nothingness and Critique of Dialectical Reason). Confucius, Hobbes and Marx presented new social theories while Hume examined causality. Philosophers of history like Arnold Toynbee have considered recurrent social-historical cycles. Individuals of countless generations have inquired into the destiny of spirit, mind and matter that are considered to be essential elements of a human life.< Less