wind-featureWinds are waves of matter, energy, life forms and connective tissue. Winds are local, national, international, vertical, horizontal, circular, shape shifting, sustained, sporadic, layered, solar, radiant, sound generators, dense, sparse, fast, slow, fettered, unfettered, massive, non existent, convertible into mechanical and electrical and potential energy, heating and cooling agents, humidifying and drying agents, cyclic, generative, systemic, biomes of life forms and life form habitat, distributors of everything in the atmosphere, inducers of motion based reactions and exchanges, mixing bowls of ingredients from throughout the planet, eroders and sandblasters of everything on earth, fluxers that shape birds and biomes and animal life and human life, carriers of life supporting water and oxygen and pollen and seed and bacteria, massive renewable sources of power, potent atmospheric change agents, currents and rivers, charged frictions, transferors of warmth and cold and high pressure and low, air exchangers, and a mega-force that is poorly understood.wind-model

We do not understand the many dimensions of wind. Or the full composition of its connective tissue. Waves.

We do not understand the many dimensions of light and electromagnetism. Or the full composition of its connective tissue. Waves.

We do not understand the many dimensions of gravity. Or the full composition of its connective tissue. Waves.

We do not understand the many dimensions of micro and sub micro organisms and matter. Or the full composition of their programming and connective tissue. Autopoiesis.

A much better understanding of wind, as a complex system, not a simple phenomena, is essential if we are to achieve our potential. Lets start by realizing a truth – any of us can collaborate to extend our observation of patterns on earth – all of us can begin to build a common validated scaffolding of complex knowledge – that contributes to Nurture, Equality, Truth and Systems.


by j.swan

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