From the Living and Writing: Breaking the mold post and the outline below, we can begin to conform the pretext to the fictional novel writing project. This provides us with some insight into the structure of the opening scene, whereby the application of story structure and the beginnings of an outline point to how the story will develop. Here we are reflecting on who we are, what is different to us, what is unique and how substance develops from meaning. In essence we are constructing an environment from an interest so that motivation is powered from a passion held within. This will help when writing block set in and serve as research at later dates when options are explored; this is a pre-transition point from the previous blog transition from self to the environment that frames character.
Everyone had an opinion on your life, yet that opinion rests where problems are problematic of a concept. Capitalism has created us into a synthetic form of social orphans, where connections are more immediate, convenient, and virtual, yet equally more distant, broken, and obscure to personal connections. Society is self-seeking in its freedoms of fulfillment and contains limitations between class, and the concepts of equality. Democracy is all the world’s problems divided by a small deviation of leaders, who attack the slights of opposing views while maintain inherited systems of mediocrity and consistent levels of inaction. This all occurs while citizens are mentally framed to live in the past through their debts, and also live in the futures market of their insecurity. Autonomous will is the value of a dollar bill and is the ball and chain in the freedom of existence, slowly the world burns to the communal victimization of every citizen, while no one owns the world, but the world owns the laws of its own destruction as its only freedom is the law of accountability.
Power, or security of resources such as food, water, and energy is the industrial equivalent of an efficient economic model, traditionally this is implied as a load capacity meeting market needs. However, it can also be viewed as control being processed into a corporate model where control is reflective of an economic system and supply is institutionalized into an uncontrollable norm. In its dis-empowered state where finance is centralized the consumer becomes addicted to the system while also becoming more unwise in the resource it represents. The more security of resources society needs, the more dependent citizens become on demand and supply, because it is the quick fix to a life of limited time. This all occurs while class conflict creates discontent and reality becomes an autonomous existence of systems that control more lives than they are accountable for. These complaints are nothing new, and stating them seems almost like a liability clause for expressing the notion of balance, yet it fundamentally underlines intelligent people are more inclined to find excuses to wealth than solutions to problems.
Contemporary politics always resembled a forest of regrowth after old trees have been cut down for lumber; it is this felling of the trees that represents the industrial age of our civilization. Once you change the shade variance, the micro humidity, the moisture content of the soil, the spatial geography of drainage, wind flow, the sound, the behaviors of creatures, and biological loss, you are fundamentally left with a very poor version of an original habitat. The term ecosystem is a huge understatement because it represents the string theory of nature, and that natural system has pattern functions. What is worse is that many people perceive forest habitats as equal, so there is a natural justification in their exploitation. Look at any social system from a country from the ground up, how its pattern is in relationship to a primal equilibrium, a natural balance of perfection, from the microbes in the soil, to the moss on the trees, to the diversity of biological function. The interesting fact is that many social systems are forests of regrowth, which represents a very poor quality version of accountability, justification, and deniability, politics is fundamentally a forest.
Masanobu Fukuoka was a Japanese farmer that wrote a book called “The One Straw Revolution,” which is the Fukuoka- Do nothing method. Masanobu Fukuoka influenced permaculture significantly, with his philosophy and views of natural farming which produce the equal equivalence to commercial gardens. With politics, some leaders also have the “Do nothing method,’ where they may be in a primal virgin forest or alternatively forest regrowth. It is an interesting point as centralized money systems make the presence of either forest irrelevant to the security of state, as power is ultimately centralized for each citizen but the environment is not. Subsequently, permaculture is a superb example of habitat restoration on a fundamental level of deep introspection of nature and politics. In urban development there is a tendency for poor plaining based on historical occupation, and industrial horticulture and farming; however, some permaculture design principles applied to cities on a macro level would increase the living standards. The food miles increases relative to advanced growing systems; such as hydroponics, aquaponics, aeroponics, and vertical farming, which take up very little room and supply direct to market.
Progressive thought catalogues-
- The One Straw Revolution by Masanobu Fukuoka.
- A book on permaculture.
- Plant a tree.
- Make a bug hotel.
Logical principles to think of-
A String Theory of Nature would be a beneficial investment for humanity in restoring some of the damage created, and promote improved designs as a universal unit of exchange in valuing political wealth distribution. Additionally, a Cultural Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders could provide organic interplay with concepts of space and self, similar to a knitting pattern task for early Alzheimer’s patients that displays different forms of color blindness. In the context of a forest, wasteland ownership, capital gain, seed exchange, and organizational optimization, both systems could be bonded to a value rating that identifies rare species, habitats, and political deviancy of action.
Center pivot crop irrigation of dessert landscapes is a productive use of land that has less biological systems than forests. That is not to say dessert habitats are less valuable than forest habitats, however, the opportunity to maximize food security for minimal impact is advantageous. Eventually the boom arm of the irrigation system could harvest and replant food and transport the food to the external area, where one complete cycle would equal a growth cycle like the hands of a clock. Biological habitats have surplus water run offs, such as a river that runs into the sea, a forest into grasslands, and cannons into aqueducts. The water table is the hidden damage of poor water management, and someday the value of a water pipe line over an oil pipe line will exceed in value as petroleum becomes defunct. Here we see a biological surplus being transported to a habitation advantage for environmental protection and food security.
I always believed in nature corridors between environmental banks containing multiple forms of habitats, biological species, plants, and trees usually contained in reserves, national forests, different wildernesses, across states and countries. It appears humanity has reached a point of self-enlightenment in that it must move over for the former glory of the natural world; since the destruction of it was so profound. If land is uninhabitable, it must be inhabited by nature, and it must also be linked to an investment to another habitat, to mimic the migration pathways of animals. If the human load capacity of the planet can be reduced, it must be taken advantage of. For example, fish farms fed on invasive species in an ecological habitats end user agreement, such as scrub land next to a bay or inlet, with a surplus nitrogen rich run off, for companion habitat restoration and coexistence. It is buffers such as these that protect the outer layers of diverse forests and parks. It must be enriched in surplus to supply the demand of a bigger ecosystem as a form of biological investment.
From an evolutionary stand point, the eatable plants, grasses, berries and fruits, which is not part of mainstream consumption, provided brain food in the process of evolution. This is the forest foraging eatable diets that is largely excluded from modern diets, goes some way in explaining how a capitalism system extracts reality that is not validated by money. With deforestation the competition for food source from wild life such as bears makes the option unethical in some areas. So we can see that with gardening and gardening, contemporary society fragments the closeness which options for a thing called convenience. Capitalism is a very convenient system, and when it is stated with negative connotations there is always someone or something to blame, like the bankers, the governments, and corporations. But the contradiction is that capitalism is a free market system and humans have free will, with the option of death and taxes.
More often than not we never exist as a form of holism, and that existence is not validated by options, and those options are in turn not supported by knowledge. Things are broken, exchange costs money, systems do not exist, capital investment in absent, and efficiency of design is void. If you contrast this with the acceleration of technology that creates problems that do not exist, you get market saturation in waste products that serves profit more than personal gratification. If then this system is pressured with bureaucracy then any action is the parasitic existence of documentation and self-validation of innocence in a weighted security frame. This is the crutch of system homogeneity, where it becomes a prove your worth system much like an evolutionary food chain, where personal democracy increases in value depending on where you exist on the food chain. In some communities dis-empowering control is an act of revolution, and revolution can be interpreted as a revolt against democracy.
Immanuel Kant’s book, ‘Critique of Pure Reason,’ gives a systems approach to capitalism, where a principle of thought (Metaphysics) gives rise to analytical action, for example the options of democracy verse the validation of capitalism. In reflection to this ideal if one considers money to be the god of many people John Locke defends capitalism quite well under that notion. These are two extremes between free market capitalism and subsistence capitalism, where ‘High Bohemians,’ rest in a middle ground, if you think these two philosophers seem outdated then look at internet entrepreneurs. Many ‘High Bohemian Tec Entrepreneurs,’ display a quality of life occupying a ‘Virtual No Man’s land’ between systems platforms and reality. In terms of systems homogeneity you could say their existence is synthetic, their lives are synthetic, and their free will is largely synthetic as well, which in turn is validated by democracy and morality. In terms of a homogeneity existence in a holistic system Immanuel Kant is option productive and John Locke is option restrictive, and this formula can be used in life design.
- Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant.
- A book on John Locke.