Interactive Portal for Facilitating the Representation and Exploration of Complexity
 Words that humans think, speak and write are mostly based upon the incremental development of language instead of any purposefully invented system of communication. In most cases, the origin of these words dates back hundreds and even thousands of years – perhaps 50 to 100 generations. However, it has been only within about the past 400 years (spanning just 10 or so generations) that an understanding of the science of our world and existence entered a degree of accuracy and certainty that could reasonably serve as a workable outward foundation of accurate knowledge and thought.
 Under the circumstances, language has developed into something other than a scientifically founded invention having as its objective being a most effective means of organizing and communicating information and knowledge. Instead, language has become a significantly limited and generally imprecise accumulation of human constructs that once established became very difficult to modify or discard. And because humans generally think within the confines of language, they therefore find it very difficult to work outside of it. It is therefore both reasonable and logical for the continued advancement of human understanding that current language-driven systems for organizing and communicating information and knowledge be improved or replaced.
 Application 104, in accordance with one aspect of the present invention, is implemented in a manner the same (or similar) as described in relation to FIG. 2 but is done so as part of a scheme for overcoming the noted and other shortcomings of current systems of language. More particularly, application 104 is programmed to provide an advanced computer-implemented system for managing and presenting information and knowledge in a way that more accurately addresses how the components of the world and universe are actually organized – in particular as synchronous and asynchronous complex systems. In contrast, current systems of language are frustratingly linear in that they are largely dependent upon words that in many cases are only capable of expressing a very limited scale and scope of complexity.
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