A friend just asked me how you investigate something. It’s funny how wherever you go in the world, that question is a constant: To see into whatever it is and clarify its nature.
You need to look on things as a verb (and as part of a web of other verbs)
And simultaneously as a noun (and as part of a web of inter-connectivity)
And then you have to see into what a thing’s relationship is with evolution
For example the beaver is of the genus Castor
Castor means: He who excels. I mean that’s a really apt title for the animal. Working sagely with beavers in the American West you could help the landscape absolutely flourish.
So there is the object.
It’s placement and creative energetic within the oikos of the ecology of the system.
But, in terms of thriving ecologies, in the post-industrial age, evolution is impacted by the top species: man.
It’s rather like one of those circus acts where there is one man on a bicycle and all those performers splayed out like a peacock from the “head” of the central rider.
When man does not attend to the nature of nature, the evolution can be distorted and balance lost when we are not fully healed, and so, attentive.
For this, he must let go of psychological resistance, the source of all mistaken entropy. Entropy has come to mean chaos. The root Greek word means ‘inner transformation.’ It is automatic when you put your whole back into it, when your heart is purified by the focus of your labors. When you do everything wholeheartedly.
That is why the 3rd law of thermodynamics is wrong. It misses out on the context of the state of mind of the observer. It was formulated by a German chemist in closed systems. We live in open ones.
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