More Thoughts on Communication and Transportation Technology

When I was a kid in England there were two things which few people had, and those things were telephones and cars. Most goods and services were in walking distance. If things weren’t in walking distance could always catch the bus. If travelling was considered a waste of time to find something out, and post […]

On human civilisation and global development

As mentioned previously, especially over on my metamorphs (beyond structures) blog, logistics, central place theory and our general ability to supply and distribute resources is important to defining the presence of civilisation. {NB: Supply is resources into an organisation, and distribution is resources out.} Humans can walk at an average rate of 5 km/h, and […]