 Mar 2023

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centripetal
wouldn't this be centrifugal? later in the paragraph, the insides are discussed as positive, so, we are seeking to overcome centrifugal forces? The ones pulling us out?

Surprisingly often, protocols herd collective problemsolving behaviors away from tragedies of commons into regimes of serendipity.
see commons notes above
also reminds me of this incredible presentation from Tony Hsieh talking about potential for serendipity in the context of cities in this video
Related to ideas of 'surface area of luck', for which I've struggled to find an exact source.  Sari Azout talks about surface area of luck  Dror Poleg talks about Mathematical surface area here  Also used in this Multidimensional Citations paper

“wicked.
Quick search says
The concept of "wicked" problems originated from design theorist Horst Rittel and professor of design methodology Melvin Webber in 1973[1]. They introduced the term to describe complex and challenging problems that are difficult or impossible to solve due to incomplete, contradictory, and changing information[2][3]. Rittel described ten characteristics of wicked problems in his paper "Dilemmas in a General Theory of Planning"[2]. — source Perplexity
Personal origin point for this: Exploring the Problem Space by Entelect Report
