Author Archives: lrtroncale

The New Revised Systems Processes List

Luke Friendshuh and I have been skyping weekly¬†on systems processes. We went through the list of 100 systems process and reduced the list to 55 processes. Some of what I had listed as processes were actually identifying features and characteristics … Continue reading

Posted in systems processes | Leave a comment

Why Biology?

Following my religious orientation and naturally “detached” persona, I always expected to go to the seminary. My father would not let me until after high school, he said, to be sure I understood what I was giving up. I truly … Continue reading

Posted in biology | Leave a comment

Catching Up with 50 Years of Systems Science

I first began working on systems in high school by organizing a small group of my classmates into the Research Society Systems (RSS) [in those days I was prematurely crazy about acronyms, neologisms, and outlines, and still confess I am]. … Continue reading

Posted in systems history | 1 Comment