Partial knowledge is a dangerous thing. What happens when we take a little knowledge, create a product and rush it to market in the hopes of getting a huge profit? We can find numerous examples where narrow vision is creating big problems for everyone.
What corporations are discovering now is that we can create a sustainable legacy and make bigger profits with fewer resources, when vision is more comprehensive.
"The Mind Has Access To Principles That Are Eternal."
"..it might be possible to make everybody successful."
-- R. Buckminster Fuller
But How do we empower innovators, who are focused in their small areas of research, to see the bigger picture and the abundant profits available when we access more powerful levels of knowledge in a way that does not break that knowledge into isolated pieces? How do we empower the innovators to do their own thinking and innovate in ways that are more comprehensive and more sustainable.
According to recent research, optimization of the law of least action to refine our basic approach to measuring motion can improve technological performance, and at the same time improve cognitive function to allow innovators to think more expansively and to more quickly approach technological singularity. Research