[Epub] Scale: The Universal Laws of Life and Death in Organisms, Cities and Companies Con Geoffrey West – Intimatenights.co.uk

Scale: The Universal Laws of Life and Death in Organisms, Cities and Companies Geoffrey West S Research Centres On A Quest To Find Unifying Principles And Patterns Connecting Everything, From Cells And Ecosystems To Cities, Social Networks And BusinessesThe Sort Of Big Ideas Book That Comes Along Only Every Few Years Sunday TimesMagisterial You Reach The End Of This Profound, Revealing Book Rewarded Matthew Syed, The TimesThis Book Will Expand Your Thinking From Three Dimensions To Four Nassim Nicholas TalebScaleis A Firework Display Of Popular Science Niall FergusonBy Applying The Rigour Of Physics To Questions Of Biology, Geoffrey West Found That Despite The Riotous Diversity In The Sizes Of Mammals, They Are All, To A Large Degree, Scaled Versions Of Each Other This Speaks To Everything From How Long We Can Expect To Live To How Many Hours Of Sleep We Need He Then Made The Even Bolder Move Of Exploring His Work S Applicability To Cities And To The Business World These Investigations Have Led To Powerful Insights Into The Sustainability Of Cities And Why Some Companies Thrive While Others Fail Scale Is A Thrilling Scientific Adventure Story About The Elemental Natural Laws That Bind Us Together In Profound Ways Through The Brilliant Mind Of Geoffrey West, We Can Envision How Cities, Companies And Biological Life Alike Are Dancing To The Same Simple Tune, However Diverse And Unrelated They May Seem


3 thoughts on “Scale: The Universal Laws of Life and Death in Organisms, Cities and Companies

  1. panzerig panzerig says:

    A fascinating book both for style and content connected to a great author The best way to explain the difference between who searches for easy correlations in order to get easy succ


  2. Aaron C. Brown Aaron C. Brown says:

    I had high hopes for this book, because the author is a great researcher and lecturer However this book does not reflect his usual high standard.The beginning is terrible He shows four graphs


  3. Gary E. Hoover, the man with 57,000 Books Gary E. Hoover, the man with 57,000 Books says:

    This is a very intriguing book My own interests relate to the efforts at understanding the longevity and mortality of companies and non profit enterprises Surprisingly little good work has been done in


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *