Description of a developing trend
Thursday, March 24, 2016
by Prof Dr Norbert Pintsch / IPC
As a result of about 25 years of research, a trend of development becomes visible, in which correlations and dependencies as well as development of secondary factors are clearly recognizable. It is thereby assumed that awareness exists about the importance of practical experiences, without which all theory developments, including studies, are of little importance. There is a reality, the practice, on which theories are based. If this basis is missing, then theories are developed on the basis of pseudo-realities, which lead to further theories, all of which are erroneous because the basis, i.e. the practice, is missing. This present status is continuously evolving, with extreme consequences: The multiplication of errors keeps on increasing and is not recognized because the basis is faulty and there is no connection to reality.
Without practice, therefore, no meaningful study.
When considering urban and rural development, continuous migration of people in all regions is significant. The main motive for the migration is the prospect of a better future based upon the pseudo-picture of the city.
The system of the city is without a future, even if it is not generally recognized. If the number of residents per square kilometer increases over a certain value, then the system is damaged in such a way, that it is no longer repairable. The reason for this are the rising costs of the technical infrastructure, which are in contrast to the falling net tax revenues. At the same time the global productivity of the individual is increasing, while the number of productively employed is sinking. One-sided education, which as outlined above leads to increased errors, and the inability to think about inter-connections, leads ultimately to growing number of academicians, which stand in contrast to the traditional term of workers: The number of productive workers actually decreases due to global digitalization; Production robots in Japan and 3-D-plotted houses and robotized automobile production are good examples here.
The development logic is easy to understand:
- Handicraft based production in independent rural area on holistic and natural basis.
- Concept of Manufacturing
- Industrial production in the open system of urban area together with all the problems of
- Computer supported production
- Automated Production in ultimately closed system with the tendency to Autonomy.
a) holistic, independent system in rural area
b) fragmented, open system in the urban area
c) closed, autonomous system with certain parallels to a).
From 3) and b) a significance arises which can be outlined by the following terms:
- Separation between Commercial and Residential
- Decreasing or missing paid work places
- Destruction of Resources
- Environmental pollution
- Growth hysteria
- Creating uniformity in all areas.
A return to 1) is difficult to imagine, however only as a transition to 5): The future lies in rural development, in which case one of the the delimiting element to city life is healthy air, etc. In the long term a trend change towards a closed system can be imagined, according to the motto:Voluntary renunciation is the highest form of luxury! The Impossible and unthinkable is usually the happens in reality, the keyword being not This or That but rather This as well as That,which make it easier for the people to accept changes.
Integrated Production (agricultural production in multi-storey buildings),
-recycling in housing and autonomy with decentralized solutions,
-doing away with material values and cultural characteristics,
-doing away with individual drive for material gains,
will be the challenges of the future.
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