## Tools Of ThoughtDrawing on general systems theory, operations research, cybernetics, futures research, and catastrophe theory, a distinguished geneticist provides the general reader with tools for perceiving and solving today's complex economic, social, and ecological pr |

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The amount that flows per minute from

on ... water in C . Suppose that we have a set - up with a series of

connected by pipes of different diameters , and a certain inflow into A to start with

.

The amount that flows per minute from

**container**C into**container**D depends bothon ... water in C . Suppose that we have a set - up with a series of

**containers**connected by pipes of different diameters , and a certain inflow into A to start with

.

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... is stationary in the sense that the level in each of the

same as long as the input is unchanged . ... changed will be the level of water in

to ...

... is stationary in the sense that the level in each of the

**containers**remains thesame as long as the input is unchanged . ... changed will be the level of water in

**container**C . This situation is a simple example of a phenomenon often referredto ...

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It is rather as though , in the model of water flowing through a system of

an extra bucket of water into one of the

series of ...

It is rather as though , in the model of water flowing through a system of

**containers**, which we discussed on p . 80 , you found that if you suddenly threwan extra bucket of water into one of the

**containers**all the others went through aseries of ...

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