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Nature has created its own development department

We do not know how and how this happens. But animals are becoming more and more efficient, plants adapt to their environment. This mechanism is so fine that it progresses slowly but continuously. If you had to explain it in mathematics, it would be a kind of algorithm of change that starts here.


If we look down on us humans then we quickly realize that by studying nature and the numerous observations we have associated with it, we have started a similar process in ourselves. We imitate nature. Suddenly we have the power to change our environment, be it by building a house or designing a garden. The gift of nature has infected us, or should one say nature has your inheritance passed the algorithm of change on to us. Nature invents new architectures in the world of living beings by writing new building plans, these are almost always based on a previous architecture of the living being. But we humans differ clearly in one respect, we can take matter, raw materials and convert them and build something new out of them. When working with wood by building a dog house from it, we do not destroy the architecture of it. Only when we bring heat into play and bring raw materials to melt do we destroy the visible basic architecture and transform it into a new arrangement. We ourselves are a part of nature. The architecture, how nature goes on, is still too fine and too complex to put the precision into words. In the figurative sense there are 1000de architectures out there. We humans start small and change e.g. our furnishings or our style of what we wear. Micro architectures are behind it. We try and discard. At the same time we continue to develop in our environment, or should you say the environment ensures that we continue to develop ?! Both are correct, even the synchronous course takes place. Our country by building life on a kind of basic architecture. Only that they have been adapted again and again over the centuries. Okay, management and control of an entire country with all its citizens is of course also reflected in it. Without a certain basic order in architecture, this will eventually collapse. But here too we imitate nature with all its powers. Nature regulates and controls everything, including us. The only fine you can show in managing the architecture of the planet is man. As one architecture takes its course, people come and intervene in all areas of the architecture of the earth. Over time, responsibility for dealing with the existing architecture increases. The very way we learn for ourselves and which method we develop to remember difficult tasks is a highly complex matter. There are officially learning methods, so a well thought-out architecture which, if we can adhere to them and also deal with them, will help us actively. But it quickly becomes clear that not everyone can keep up with this requirement. Learning clearly shows that we are individual and not robots. In this way, separate paths were created. In this example everything is architecture even if you find other words in the lexicon. In everything in which we move or where we dare, we have access to a basic architecture created by others. The process of how we process and complete certain tasks at a workplace is predetermined from the ground up. In the beginning, we completely adapt the basic architecture. After a few hours of familiarization, the basic architecture is still there, but somehow it seems lame and Spanish and outdated. This is where the art of individual efficiency comes in through the passive restructuring of the given architecture. We consciously find steps and solutions to solve the problem or the processing of a thing faster. One or the other is just more practical. These constantly changing architectures prove that we all secretly carry a slumbering architect within us. So the higher we immerse ourselves in the architectures of our planet and the architectures created by peoples and people, the more you can recognize the serious errors in it as a good, attentive and attentive architect. Not least because they are old architectures. Today in the 21st century we need fast and simple architectures. In practice, you can see in the competition who created which new architectures and thus finds his place on the podium particularly successfully and efficiently. Using the example of how to launch a new product on the market, it shows very clearly. Here are less than a handful of countries that have perfected it. While in other countries are heavy problemse has a reason to build architecture. But even when it comes to shooting a skyscraper up quickly, the true efficiency of the associated architecture is evident. There are architectures that are so precise and extensive in detail that you can build an engine that has less than 1/100 mm wear after many years. So this presupposes that the machines and the individual components are manufactured with extremely high accuracy. So here 3 different architectures access to build a product the engine.


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