for our work, we are exploring the ins and outs of “enormous large complex networks” (ELCNs), a theory that explains the self-organisation of any known network. This covers everything that can conceivably network from how water molecules organise themselves to Human social networks. This is works through the Small World idea, that any one person (or point in a Network) is connected via nodes, and that it doesn’t take many nodes to separate one person from another. Current research, as an example indicates that the number of points of division from one of our staff to even the President of the United States is actually lowering
Using a recently discovered feature of synchrony that works in nearly every observed part of nature; chaos synchronises, which is a good thing for our office; our established ideas that the universe will tend towards maximum entropy and minimum enthalpy are proving to be not correct when it comes to living things, but also anything that gains or loses structure, like the phase change in the freezing of water. Large scale connection speeds events up. Things happen faster.
However, this means here are problems with the Small World process; if you have large clusters of people working or living together, then communication (work?) is slowed, i.e. the more links the more time on maintaining linkaged information. However, the network has a multidimensionality about it; as a result, the degres of separation is reduced so that while for an individual node, the amaout of time andn effort is increased, the actual time for an organising information package to move over the whole network is reduced. I.e the more nodal links, the more shortcuts for information to travel.
New nodes do not link randomly
Rich nodes grow links more rapidly until they become a hub, i.e a link point that similar oreinted nodes will turn to to increase their link richness. The laws that govern the ELCN’s dictate that on structuralising (eg freezing) nodal development is enevitable.