• Complectere

    Complectere (free sample)

    We live in a complex world, highly interconnected that changes rapidly, but at the same time we are immersed in a lifestyle and political systems that try to systematically and artificially isolate us from randomness (i.e. combat every wildfire), a process known as fragilization that produces several unintended consequences (i.e. yuge wildfires). It is also a time in which, as never before, those who make these fragilistic decisions that hurt us individually, collectively, and even our natural environment; are isolated from the consequences of their decisions and do not pay for their errors (no Skin in the game), but do benefit every time they can. In response to this, it…

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    Carlos Rangel

    Carlos Rangel murió el 29 de Mayo del 2014, su legado es inmenso con 40 años de exploraciones en el México más profundo, el México desconocido. Uno de los más grandes exploradores Mexicanos. Filósofo profundo y de acción.

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    Antifragil, algunas notas

    El viento apaga una vela y aviva el fuego. Lo mismo pasa con el azar, la incertidumbre, el caos: queremos usarlos no ocultarnos de ellos. Queremos ser fuego y desear el viento Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility,randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure, risk, and uncertainty.. there is no word for the exact opposite of fragile. Let us call it antifragile. This is pretty much a sense of complexity of much interesting is that aging and chronical diseases (as diabetes) lower your complexity level in physiological time series such as heart rate (working paper) The complexity-fragility relation sound very good to me: scifunam.fisica.unam.mx/mir/copit/TS00……