Bare Bones Biology

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"The Meaning of Sustainability" is a newly published article that Professor Al Bartlett has made available for on-line viewing. He clearly and compellingly states the folly of much of societal behavior. we encourage everyone to read it -
Dr. Bartlett’s entire talk is freely available at: for streaming video, audio download, or transcript. An updated version at
Additional, and much shorter descriptions of why the exponential function is so important to our welfare have been posted on YouTube by Chris Martensen and by Professor Suzuki and are linked on the blog ( and the web page (
Crash Course, regarding Exponential Growth:                                 Power of Compounding (this is the good one) Growth versus Prosperity                         Prof. Suzuki’s description of exponential growth (another good one)
"The greatest shortcoming
of the human race is our
inability to understand
the exponential
function." - Prof.
Al Bartlett!Mother-Caring-for-7-Billion/zoom/cqf5/image18nq
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*Eric Berne, 1996. Games People Play.


*The international corporate-economic social system that is currently our dominant human social system.


*A system is a group of things and processes that are linked together to perform a particular function(s). Thus a car is a system, I am a system, the Biosystem, a molecule, a cell, all can be seen as systems that are composed of subsystems and exist within environmental systems. An adaptive system is characterized by the ability to respond to its environment in order to perform that function. A complex adaptive system is characterized by emergent properties that facilitate the interaction with its environment. There are some good definitions on the web now.


*Riane Eisler, 1987. The Chalice and the Blade.


*Win-win games, for example: Win-Win Games for All Ages: Co-operative Activities for Building Social Skills Paperback –


February 1, 2002


by Sambhava Luvmour (Author), Josette Luvmour (Author)


*Annalee Newitz, PhD. 2016. The Urban Species: How Domesticated Humans Evolved,. Lecture at Santa Fe Institute. /

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