## Tools for Thought: How to Understand and Apply the Latest Scientific Techniques of Problem SolvingDrawing 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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If the revolution goes the whole way round, 3600, it of course returns to where it

was before, but if the whole

1800 would produce another hook. And one could also produce symmetrical ...

If the revolution goes the whole way round, 3600, it of course returns to where it

was before, but if the whole

**turn**is completed in two steps, the first half-**turn**of1800 would produce another hook. And one could also produce symmetrical ...

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1 2 3 □ D D a -Pi 13 0 3 LD a D LD F1g. 9b.9 Then one might try putting in some

left

next stage in the sequence above, that with nine steps with 900

1 2 3 □ D D a -Pi 13 0 3 LD a D LD F1g. 9b.9 Then one might try putting in some

left

**turns**, instead of right ones. Who would have guessed that if we went on to thenext stage in the sequence above, that with nine steps with 900

**turns**, which ...Page 167

He has to consider what would be the gains to him according to the various

moves the planner might make. Again, to play safe he should express a priority

for flats of the degree corresponding to the place where the two lines cross. This

He has to consider what would be the gains to him according to the various

moves the planner might make. Again, to play safe he should express a priority

for flats of the degree corresponding to the place where the two lines cross. This

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