thermodynamic isolation

googled what is thermo iso:

An isolated system is a thermodynamic system that cannot exchange either energy or matter outside the boundaries of the system. … The system may be so distant from another system that it cannot interact with them. The system may be enclosed such that neither energy nor mass may enter or exit.

googled what is thermo:

the branch of physical science that deals with the relations between heat and other forms of energy (such as mechanical, electrical, or chemical energy), and, by extension, of the relationships between all forms of energy.

and thinking.. what world needs most: the energy of 8b alive people

and thinking.. bachelard oikos law.. as space for that

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adding page because of michel fb share:

strongly recommended read, by Dave McLeod in another thread:

Peter Pogany’s “Havoc” or “Chaotic transition” is playing out.
“In light of an eventual need for a system that does not collapse without compounding economic activities along the line of a radically divergent geometric series, the only possible answer to the question ‘what will it take to go from opprobrium to acceptance? ‘ is ‘a new chaotic transition;’ that is, an ex ante impenetrably extempore search for a new global steady state.”

p. 59, “Havoc, thy name is twenty-first century.”
Also published as the downloadable 2013 paper, “Thermodynamic Isolation and the New World Order”

http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/49924/

(from munich archive) – Pogany, Peter (2013): Thermodynamic Isolation and the New World Order.

abstract:

The general stream of economic thinking is thoroughly a-physical and a-historic. This direction is becoming increasingly absurd as the nexus between the human biomass and its ecological constraints ripens.

ahistoric: lacking historical perspective or context

Economics will eventually have to absorb apodictically that regardless of scientific-technical development and the intensity of entrepreneurial drive, the aggregate, long-run supply of telluric substance-borne free energy is on a path of declining elasticity.

apodictic: clearly established or beyond dispute.

To hasten recognition, it would be helpful to consider the Earth an isolated, rather than a closed thermodynamic system.

again:

An isolated system is a thermodynamic system that cannot exchange either energy or matter outside the boundaries of the system. … The system may be so distant from another system that it cannot interact with them. The system may be enclosed such that neither energy nor mass may enter or exit.

From the perspective of its evolutionary potential, the world is indeed Under the Dome. This paper argues that (a) the emergence of classical capitalism in the 19th century answered the need for global-scale self-organization; (b) this scheme, interrupted by World War I, was replaced after World War II; (c) the implied transformation has been accompanied by a nonarbitrary, causally determined, irreversible socialization of intranational and international economic relations; (d) contemporary civilization is moving toward a new form of self-organization that would recognize limits to demographic-economic expansion.

let’s try this org: 2 convers as infra

What will it take to go from the current hostile disgust with the dystopia of tightened modes of multilateral governance to people around the world on their knees begging for a planetary guild?..t

guild: an association of people for mutual aid or the pursuit of a common goal.

common goal: curate (take care of souls) by focusing on just 2 essential human needs

It will take nothing less than a mutation in consciousness, as outlined in the oeuvre of Jean Gebser (1905-1973)..t

ai humanity needs: augmenting our interconnectedness

thurman interconnectedness lawwhen you understand interconnectedness it makes you more afraid of hating than of dying – Robert Thurman

carhart-harris entropy law and self-talk as data/detox.. et al

ie: 3 iso (authenticity) a day so we can 30 thermo (attachment).. new infra

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from p2p foundation wiki: https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Thermodynamic_Isolation_and_the_New_World_Order

* Book: Havoc, Thy Name is Twenty-First Century! Thermodynamic Isolation and the New World Order. By Peter Pogany.

Integral Permaculture:

“The book “ was published posthumously in 2015. This work is a slight alteration and expansion of a paper published in 2013.

Here is the blurb for this book:

“Just to maintain our standard of living, we need to grow the worldwide economy at an unsustainable rate. As we seek to hit such lofty targets, we’re bound to deplete our resources and cause environmental crises on a scale that we have never seen before. Revolutions, terrorism, and wars will follow.

Peter Pogany examines the problems we face and argues that human culture is governed by thermodynamic cycles of steady states interrupted by chaotic transitions. Specifically, he postulates that a steady state was interrupted by World War I, with a chaotic transition following World War II, which has led us to the current world order.

His theory predicts that global society is drifting toward a new form of self-organization that will recognize limits to demographic-economic expansion – but only after we go through a new chaotic transition that will start sometime between now and the 2030s.

Havoc, They Name is Twenty-First Century, delivers sobering thoughts on where the world is headed, but it also offers a glimpse of a bright future that we can embrace once we get through the darkness to come.” (https://integralpermaculture.wordpress.com/peter-pogany/?)

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