Category Archives: Systems Sciences

Systems science is an interdisciplinary field that studies the nature of complex systems
in nature, society, and science itself.

Right Brain, Left Brain & Space

Right Brain, Left Brain & Space An unpleasing object, a piece of furniture, a lamppost or a pylon which we find constantly in our field of vision, produces a disturbing stimulus that never allows the nervous system a complete rest – and therewith neither the body nor our emotional state. If the desk remains regularly cluttered with books, papers, pens that could be replaced on the shelf or put in a drawer, it is probable that most of the time the person who works at it finds himself in a state of awareness – or in a modality of the nervous system – characterised by greater activity in the left half of the brain, which is activated precisely by the recognition of objects. read more