(Future 7) Forbes | The Kurzweilian logic of exponential growth in the interconnected era

Interconnected Era Infograph Kurzweil

(this is part of graphic from infographic on http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=716772 )

Source: Forbes | The Kurzweilian logic of exponential growth in the interconnected era

Recommended read. Caveat is that above a certain level of connected complexity the total system becomes unstable. For instance banks and insurance companies should not be allowed to merge. Have the banksters learned those lessons from the 2008 crash ? If not we are in for another crash. Young people tell me that the present Wall Street / City / Nation State financial-political system is UNSUSTAINABLE.

So the lesson is to build a dynamic society where certain functional layers are agnostic (and uncoupled)  of eachother. And yes, Picketty unequality is part of that. It is quided by the Zipf-Mandelbrot Law ranking distribution. The proof of that Law I will re-publish here soon. Its basis is an ecology of widely different sized and succesful fractal clusters.

Jaap van Till, TheConnectivist

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2 Responses to (Future 7) Forbes | The Kurzweilian logic of exponential growth in the interconnected era

  1. G. Gomersbach says:

    Ha Jaap, Dit doet mij denken aan de benodigde biodiversiteit, voor veerkracht en zelfregulerend vermogen.. Past dat?

    hartelijke groet, Giovanna

    Giovanna Gomersbach

    *Auteur van “De Schoonheid van Water, goud van de toekomst​”.* *Het Geschenk van 2015…*

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