“The constructal law is the statement that for a flow system to persist in time it must evolve in such a way that it provides easier access to its currents.
This is the law of configuration generation, or the law of design.”

Adrian Bejan

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As published in Fifth Estate, we share a post-CoVid19, Green New Deal, Single-Platform, Multi-Modal, Renewables-led, Urban Light-Active-AV Transit & Farming, Biomimetic, City-optimising Network concept; a Desire Line for the Fourth Industrial Revolution — #MetaLoop — that addresses several wicked-problems, while paying for itself, and for many other societally-useful things.

Kepler’s Mysterium Cosmographicum Dream realised with the Asynsis Constructal paradigm — a Relativity of Complexity?

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NASA Solar System Survey Completed

To celebrate the completion of NASA’s survey of the solar system, we share a new Music of the Spheres, a complexity-led, Newtonian-Relativity compliant QED for the #AsynsisConstructal geometric-thermodynamics paradigm in both space and time:

  1. SPACE: The relative sizes of all astronomical bodies throughout the universe is a Constructal distribution due to gravitational tension:

Researchers have explained why objects in the universe come in a wide variety of sizes, from the largest stars to the smallest asteroids -- and it has a lot to do with how paint cracks when it dries. When a volume is under internal tension -- as the early universe was due to gravity -- the most efficient way to relieve that tension is by 'cracking' hierarchically -- few large and many small.

Seeds & Trees

What if the universe wasn’t actually a closed system?

What if physical law and symmetries were actually forms of universal metabolism?

Where do the universal Power Laws we see all around us come from?
Where does this fractal scaling in space and time originate?
Perhaps a clue is that here on our planet, the exemplars for fine-tuned, power law-manifesting complex adaptive systems are ecosystems.

What if the Cosmos was really an open, ephemeral, energy-dissipating, information-processing, entropy-exporting, far from equilibrium system instead?

What if it was processing and dissipating an energy input while also losing that energy via various sinks into an external environment— while also doing “useful work”; transiently self-organising and self-observingly increasing its information content and complexity as an inevitable consequence of thermodynamic irreversibility physics and elementary optimal, analogical and recursive geometries? …

Form follows Flow: As Above, so Below

Penrose Universality

A straight line is said to have been cut in extreme and mean ratio when, as the whole line is to the greater segment, so is the greater to the less. Euclid’s Elements, Book VI, Definition 3

Golden Ratio in Time reveals how Nature Evolves Increasing Complexity for the Least Energy.

Asymmetry in space allows symmetries in time; innovation with sustainability exemplified.
Not beyond (the standard model), both within and without, #E8 #Asynsis #AsAboveSoBelow:

Surfer physicist wins Superparticle bet with Nobel laureate. Losing ‪#‎SUSY‬, finding ‪#‎Asynsis‬?

How our TEDx-shared design and complexity ToE is for all scales (including the classical and so most relevant to the human scale), how Asynsis Information Geometry via Universality is a source-code for Emergence which links Quantum, Relativistic and Thermodynamics of Dynamical Systems from Fundamental Particles to Evolution, Consciousness and Political Economy via E8, ER=EPR, KAM Theory, Self-Organised Criticality, Edge of Chaos, Poised Realm-Adjacent Possible, Constructal law, Nash approximating (more Dynamically Easy) Correlated Equilibrium and Orch OR-Phi-IIT Theories. …



Architect+Designer, Complexity geometer, Sustainability advocate, TEDx speaker, Asynsis principle: More for Less, Form follows Flow

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