Complexity 101 -- Introduction -- Part 1 (of 4)

Ed Hummel
over 2 years agoOctober 10, 2018
Alder, you're really getting good at this video format for your courses!  Except for the give and take of a real class, one gets the feeling of being in a real class with you.  And of course, since you are a gifted teacher, the classes are extremely interesting, informative, and even transformative.  They should get widespread distribution to as many people as possible as quickly as possible!!
Alder Stone
over 2 years agoOctober 10, 2018
Thanks much for your comment, Ed.  Much appreciated, both in terms of encouragement (especially from you who understand my work so well) and in terms of getting these comments active.  An empty comment page is ALWAYS a sign of a failed video.   I wish to ask each reviewer to post a comment, and will do so.
Bonnie Sammons
over 2 years agoOctober 31, 2018
Hey Alder, Love the soundtrack!  And it's great to see this course developing!  Keep Up the good work.  I'm looking forward to the day when the entire course (as well as others that I know you have in development) are available to lots of people who want to understand our amazing beautiful planet and its systems!!
over 2 years agoOctober 31, 2018
Great quotes from Dumonoski!  And Abstract Wild!
over 2 years agoOctober 31, 2018
Really enjoyed listening!
over 2 years agoOctober 31, 2018
Good overview of what sounds like a fantastic program!
We need to understand these concepts!  I know that not everyone has the interest or the intellect - but - you are making the material accessible to a wider audience
James Burke
over 2 years agoNovember 2, 2018
This has come far in the years, but the questions the programs answers remain the same. I know anyone who takes and studies the program will realize there are questions, synergies, and networks in the world we didn't think of. Here's the answers and directions on this journey.
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