From Edge Perspectives with John Hagel Even though he doesn’t identify himself as such, John Hagel is one of the most…
The Constructal Law provides an arrow of evolution for all energetic flow systems. Constructal infonomics applies these principles to the flows of information-energy which in turn direct and control the flows of physical systems, including nuclear weapons.
The question for constructal infonomics is to identify the flows of information-energy that characterize blockchains and develop predictive capability to understand and potentially direct the technology development into practical and useful businesses.
Although the designs of nature might seem random, they are not.
Rarely are scientists capable of translating esoteric concepts in such broad strokes without losing coherence, but Bejan’s persistent focus on the details brings the constructal law to life via the everyday. In the end, his blend of science and the philosophy of design (among other disciplines) is convincing and may just shift your perspective of self.
What will the jump from gigabit to terabit network speeds have on the infonomics of networks, business and public? What will it mean for individual consumers? Even though it will take at least ten years for this advance to become commercial, we should be able to predict its effects based on infodynamic physics.