From: Steve Long (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 14 1998 - 04:39:07 EDT
>I always thought of synergy being defined by the sum of the unified part
>equaling more than the sum of the individual total. The products combine
>having a greater sum than that of each item tallied as individuals.
Exactly, multiple, seemingly insignificant events (PANTA) work together
(SUNERGIE under God's direction of course!) into (EIS) a singular good
event or circumstance (AGAQON), ultimately the will of God.
It reminds me of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, single photons are
unpredictable and unmeasurable, but groups of photons are predictable. At
the micro level, events seem somehow unpredictable, chaotic, which leads to
the error of existentialism, nihlism etc. But somehow these events bounce
off one another to end up going in the direction which God intends.
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