The Science of Change

Hypothesizing the Process of Change - The following is a ‘thought experiment.’ - Let us assume that for various reasons we decided it would be a good idea to change or shift the orbit of Venus. How would this best be accomplished?

Plan ‘A’ using linear thinking might conclude that the best way to change Venus would be to focus our efforts directly on Venus. It would seem that by ‘willfully forcing’ Venus toward the desired direction we would accomplish our goal. This seemingly could be achieved by either ‘pushing or pulling’ Venus in the right direction.

As it turns out, this plan would be ineffective! The reason is that as previously discussed, the orbit of Venus is part of a greater system in equilibrium. This means that no matter how hard we ‘push or pull’ Venus toward another position, the nature and movement of the system will maintain Venus in its static pattern and position.

The point here is that Plan ‘A’ type strategies that focus specifically on Venus will never be successful since the equilibrium of the ‘system as a whole’ is more dominant than the single orbit.

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As it turns out, this plan would be ineffective! The reason is that as previously discussed, the orbit of Venus is part of a greater system in equilibrium. This means that no matter how hard we ‘push or pull’ Venus toward another position, the nature and movement of the system will maintain Venus in its static pattern and positionttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt  Plan ‘A’ using linear thinking might conclude that the best way to change Venus would be to focus our efforts directly on Venus. It would seem that by ‘willfully forcing’ Venus toward the desired direction we would accomplish our goal. This seemingly could be achieved by either ‘pushing or pulling’ Venus in the right direction.

As it turns out, this plan would be ineffective! The reason is that as previously discussed, the orbit of Venus is part of a greater system in equilibrium. This means that no matter how hard we ‘push or pull’ Venus toward another position, the nature and movement of the system will maintain Venus in its static pattern and positionkkkkkkkkkkkkkh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh l

Plan ‘A’ using linear thinking might conclude that the best way to change Venus would be to focus our efforts directly on Venus. It would seem that by ‘willfully forcing’ Venus toward the desired direction we would accomplish our goal. This seemingly could be achieved by either ‘pushing or pulling’ Venus in the right direction.

As it turns out, this plan would be ineffective! The reason is that as previously discussed, the orbit of Venus is part of a greater system in equilibrium. This means that no matter how hard we ‘push or pull’ Venus toward another position, the nature and movement of the system will maintain Venus in its static pattern and position

Plan ‘A’ using linear thinking might conclude that the best way to change Venus would be to focus our efforts directly on Venus. It would seem that by ‘willfully forcing’ Venus toward the desired direction we would accomplish our goal. This seemingly could be achieved by either ‘pushing or pulling’ Venus in the right direction.

As it turns out, this plan would be ineffective! The reason is that as previously discussed, the orbit of Venus is part of a greater system in equilibrium. This means that no matter how hard we ‘push or pull’ Venus toward another position, the nature and movement of the system will maintain Venus in its static pattern and position