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Guiding Principles
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The four "laws" of ecology that Barry Commoner articulated in 1971 still embody basic tenets for an intelligent operating context:

  1. Everything is connected to everything else.
  2. Everything must go somewhere.
  3. Nature knows best.
  4. There is no such thing as a free lunch.

With these thoughts in mind, let us explore How Rivers Run.

(Commoner, 1971)

Jack Skrypek
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Everything is connected
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Sandra Steingraber
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Everything must go somewhere

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