Modelling the hidden order of the future
‘For we are founding a real model of the world.’
Francis Bacon, Novum Organum (1620)
For most of humanity, the future is still the unseen unknown. It’s uncharted territory. It’s the Great Unknown.
But the future is categorically not the Great Unknowable. For those who understand prognosis, especially the role of causation in the universe, it has a hidden order we can grasp. As detectives of time, scientific futurists can painstakingly piece together the puzzle of tomorrow’s world.
And if the future does have a hidden nature, like the cosmos does, like history does, it would be possible to model it.
The invisible order of the future searched for in this book is located in time itself.
While Spengler ...