Human Science: Rediscovering the Future Part 1

In a multitasking world like ours where you are expected to deliver result irrespective of the environment, background, tools etc you are working with. You might need to pay a close attention to the advance effect of the system we are running in this world. Nevertheless you have no excuse of being a failure but I will warn you to watch how you respond to situation, so you will not crack out early in the race.

What is Future?

True understanding of future is an expression of a timely moment now. The journey to the future cannot be a wish neither a dream but an expression of something you are doing now. May I tell you this, the most effective future is the collapsing of time i.e a future that cannot be restricted by time but unfortunately our world is in a time frame which I believe has a good impact on humans. If humans have been working on a timeless frame we cannot imagine the degree of casualties’ humanity would have sustained due to men with wickedness. And ofcourse building a future that has flexibility to seasons or time frame will really go a long way in this discussion.

Structural Design of Future

Everything in our world is designed to operate on a system and every system operates on principles. Introducing an effective future is getting out of the restriction of every system and principles and reconnecting back to them by a system and principle.

Humans by creation are meant to find their domains in a system. They are attracted and connected by a system. The only difference between humans and robots is the flexibilities of human systems. Therefore in creating a system for humans, the system in creation must be in future, death and reproduction which robots cannot have.

In your design of a future for humans you must be careful of an infinite existence/circling that cannot be restart. Systems have the ability to reproduce each other at an infinite loop which can be caused by any external influences. Therefore in designing a system their must always be a way out of the system and a way in into the system and that’s why the best structural design for humans is a zero design. If there is an error in your design or a weakness then expect a breed of a new system within your system which will cause an unbalance within your system, definitely expect a breakout. This is so much important in system design as a new breed of system renders the upper layer system less effective in its functionality.

So learning to understand the failures of many systems that have existed in ages but obsolete in our age is a sign to every new system. Note System don’t die they are only weakened.

The Zero Structural Design

In my opinion I do not force you to use this structure but it has proven it’s stability over the years and anyway it’s still the only functional structural design.

A zero design is a structural design with orbit functionalities.

One of the keep importances of this structure is found in its ability to keep the system running on its own with or without external influences. So a normal zero structural design has the most powerful mechanism for running systems. Well this is just a preface to this course anyway, we will get to the core of the course.

Decision making in zero design

I choose to introduce this aspect at this point because decision making algorithm in zero design structure can be tedious as humans are the most difficult system to determine what makes up their decision making.

The question you will ask yourself with this scenario is which path will the human take? Humans make decision based on accumulation of knowledge they have acquired from the past to predict the events of the future. It will be in your best interest to accommodate external influences in your design as humans tends to predict the future by external influences also and either you like it or not they exist.

Bolarinwa Olajire

A tutor with a demonstrated history of working in the education industry. Skilled in analytical skills. Strong education professional with a M. SC focused in condensed matter. You can follow me on Twitter by clicking on the icon below to ask questions.

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