Fluid Boundaries—natural complexity at Eagle / Powder Confluence. . .
On the road in the Northwest of America.

Complication Cycle? Complicatedness—in

contrast to the richness of natural complexity—is

difficulty which serves no purpose and is therefore

without reason or meaning.

Complicatedness is essentially the result of a

failure of perception, leading to convoluted and

unnecessarily difficult systems of thought and

design. These, if left unchecked, go on to further

reinforce the original failed perception, which in

turn, like a dog chasing its own tail, leads to still

more difficult systems of thought and design.

Remarkably, complicatedness, because it wastes

energy, is not a feature of natural structure

or organic movement.

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