A-6 Intruder Part 1 Bomber and Tanker Versions in Detail & by Bert Kinzey

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We need only look at the use of musical notation to transmit the endless variety of music, or the use of a limited range of morphologies to describe the tremendous spectrum of animal structures. The point applies with at least as much force to our everyday encounters. If I encounter a “flat tire while driving a red Saab on 11 Holland, Hidden, 31–33. Chapter 1 23 the expressway,” I immediately come up with a set of plausible actions even though I have never encountered this situation before. I cannot have a prepared list of rules for all possible situations, for the same reason that the immune system cannot keep a list of all possible invaders.

Scientific American (May 1993): 144. ” Complexity 1(1): 19. 19 30 Coping with the Bounds gies such as the Internet, e-mail, and CNN increase the nonlinearity of both information exchanges and the events and processes they cover. Increasing the overall level of complexity does not change the size of the complexity region. But it does increase the population of the agents/objects within it, and, therefore, disproportionately, the potential number of interactions. One result is to make predictability even more difficult.

Chapter 2 The Nature of Linear Reductionism We live in a world orderly enough that it pays to measure. - Paul Johnson, Fire in the Mind L inearity (which has been linked for the last 200 years with the great Sir Isaac Newton, and dubbed Newtonianism) has always rubbed up against the nonlinear world. This is inevitable since nonlinearity has always been present, has always been representative of most of our world, and is growing. This has not always been recognized. ’ ”14 14 Stephen F. Kellert, In the Wake of Chaos (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), 137.

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