Tuesday 20 February 2018


We all live in a world with one foot working on a path for the reality essentials of living while the other foot is on a path imagining, thinking, dreaming and creating virtual things.

The transportation engineer, architect, mathematician, scientist and others are all separated with making individual things. As a group however they hardly understand the relationships of things that should be integrated for life involved in city building.

We all live in a world of serious problems that must be turned into challenges. “Geography as a science provides us with the context and content of our world”, writes Jack Dangermond. The framework for understanding our world begins with clear observation of digital measurements of things that matter.

The medium of the message is to clearly see the interrelationships of Natures motion displayed in us and around us daily. Understanding this singular reality precedes every action we take every moment.

People create technologies. Some become useful. Some become weapons of destruction. Some disappear altogether. Some will help us evolve in order to sustain a balanced cohabitation with our Earth.

Geodesign allows for conversion of data into information with understanding to be applied to a specific longitude and latitude that include words, facts, figures and illustrations. What equivalency, paradox, comparability or relationships need to be seriously examined?

Art, science and design have a role in all activities we engage in. Supercomputers can perform millions of calculations a second. They can guide spacecraft, intercept rockets and control an extraordinary local and global future transportation solution.

But they can’t match the computational ability of the human brain. The brain, by contrast, is a marvel that consists of more than 100 billion neurons in thousands of varieties. These nerve cells make trillions of connections – and countless new ones every day.

Computing an integrated layer of intelligence to advance transportation knowledge should be challenged as the most important and urgent single element of creating energy life cycle assessments of the devices for moving people and goods on a new infrastructure. Maybe this creation will be the one to reveal Kcal/km per person per travel mode as a standard to reveal the choice of a priority design strategy for future mobility.

Wu Hsin wrote “It is man who is in movement against the background of immobility. But who moves the moved”?

Graham Kaye-Eddie

M.U.D.             10/28/14                        389 words



  1. Peter says:

    I’m a very optimistic person, can’t wait for this to come to fruition.

  2. james says:

    Peter thanks for showing me this obvious way to respond to your comment


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