Saturday, September 14, 2013

Energy requires various interventions to keep a signal constant and sustainable. So too, does economic activity as a recognized current of human activity, require intervention to keep it sustainable and evolving. The Twentieth Century had a tremendous human surge in expanding the physiological reach of the human being using technology as an extension of human anatomy. Human habitats became interdependent and many became connected for the first time.

1 comment:

Steven P. Mitchell said...

So it is here that I would like to attempt to tie through some of the streams and threads that wind the human conception of thought together much the way we conceive of the anatomy of the brain itself.

Does energy amortize itself into new energy? It is something to think about I suppose.