Conceptual Summary 

The system operates from a primary key which is the three circles located at the center. In operating systems, primary keys are things that hold everything together. Like a common thread. Each lobe represents a fundamental element of the primary key: Truth, Love, and Order. Put simply, the system needs to pursue truth and the most successful order of operations that acts in the best interest of those involved. 


These only operate if there is deliberate intention behind pursuing these primary keys. In systems that depend on human behavior, this would require that those involved have the common focus of identifying, enhancing, and preserving the three primary key lobes. If they are filled at unequal portions, the weights will not balance and the “spinning” will disrupt or potentially destroy the system. Think of a fidget spinner or a centrifuge as an example. If the mechanism becomes unbalanced during operation, something will be required to reconcile the differences and introduce the correct primary key element to the extent of its absence. Now the system can begin to function. With these spinning, we can now move to the application principles or system application stages through a DMAIC model. 


Problem Identification Stage 

The first ring represents the problem identification stage. This is the primary inflow of information for the system and includes multiple sources of input. If you think about it in personal terms, this is the point where you realize something is wrong in life. If you are applying it personally, you start this stage with intentional awareness or the idea of self-reflection. You fix your flaws, become a better person, and move forward. Most people hit the wall of self-reflection and can’t progress because they do not even consider that it’s something they could improve or should be doing differently. This usually results in circular logic errors, kind of like in excel. People become trapped in the loop of problem identification and evaluation and without the intentional self- awareness, they never progress. This system is cyclical and repeats automatically after reaching the final ring. 


Evaluation Stage 

Once input has been finalized for the first stage on the initial cycle, the second ring begins to operate. This is the evaluation stage of application. The problems identified earlier need to be evaluated from all perspectives and the systems surrounding the problem need to be mapped. Data is mined, and the network is outlined. This provides clarity and visibility into operational aspects of the system before advancing to the next stage of application. 


Analysis Stage 

Now that the initial evaluation is complete, and the sub-systems have been mapped, the process moves into the Analysis stage. This process examines the trends, relationships, and “ripples” associated with the scenario. It fills in the necessary details required to progress toward the next application stage. 


Strategy Stage 

Now we move into Strategy. All the prior stages retrieve the available known data which allows for the system to develop a successful strategy based on not just the information at hand but in accordance with the primary key. 

− Truth (Accurate Data, Relevant Information, etc.) 

− Order (Successful structure of operations) 

− Love (Geared toward the best interest of the people in order of severity and 

prioritized by proximity) 


Implementation Stage 

Once the strategy has been determined, the next stage of application is the implementation of that strategy. The implementation stage contains numerous checks, balances, and controls to collect data, ensure successful operation, and confirm compliance with primary key characteristics. Once this stage begins operation for the first time, it will run continuously while the prior cycles update the integrity of data and application. As the system continues to run in this scenario, gaps are filled, and effects are measured within the affected systems. This is represented by the additional lines as the successful interaction with the observed systems. 


Continuous Improvement 

The system runs continuously because there is always something that can be improved. It’s a cycle of continuous improvement. Each cycle further defines and changes our perception to the point where it almost appears as a living, breathing system. The lines outside the rings constantly change and refine as our perception and navigation of them does the same. 



This outline seems to describe a universe with a purpose and provide the context needed to understand how you fit within that purpose. Science has historically been able to describe what things are but has more difficulty explaining purpose. For example, we know what a star is made from and how it operates, but we don’t really have a good grasp on why it does what it does. What if told you  that even stars have a purpose in building and refining the universe? Throughout the course of this outline, our goal will be to rationalize and explain existence and purpose in a way that can reconcile fact and truth against the chaos with which we are confronted. As we progress, hopefully we will be left with a more definite understanding of our place and purpose and an ideal, operational standard to be implemented based on any given circumstances. If we are to identify the correlations between universal truths and systems, we should be able to recognize them within any aspect of any known and unknown system. To fully understand this evaluation, we need to start from the very beginning. 



I want to introduce this concept in a way that follows a logical progression so in order to accomplish that, we need to look at the universe as a whole. I want to be lengthy with the introduction to these concepts so that everyone can see how it relates but this is going to get more technical than the expertise I can claim so I’ll try to stick with basics. Around 13.8 billion years ago, all the matter in the universe emerged from a single minute point, a singularity in a violent burst. Within a tiny fraction of a second, all universal forces were formed and began to affect their surroundings. Energy changed into particles of matter and anti-matter which was refined by the mutual destruction of non-compatible pairings. The continuous refinement of particles allowed for only the most ideal makeup of matter to survive. Within seconds, protons and neutrons began to form and develop the ability to attract and fuse electrons. The universe began filling with Hydrogen and Helium gases which left a trail of photons that contained the ripples of matter needed to refine and stretch to produce the seeds of matter for forming galaxies and galactic clusters.  

These galactic matter clouds began to spin and contract as a result of electrostatic forces and the gravitational fields throughout the cosmos. Stars are a wonder of our world. They dazzle the sky with their light, we wish upon them, and even find shapes within the clusters. One of the best examples of purpose among seemingly purposeless objects is a star. Let’s look at how it is created. Let’s return to the galactic cloud of matter that was contracting. As the density increases, some of the condensed matter core begins to collapse under its own weight. The process continuously refines until a clump of the rotating matter breaks free! It then begins to build kinetic energy and heat. As the kinetic energy accumulates, a thermonuclear fusion reaction begins at the core. The production of the stellar wind eliminates the further increase of kinetic energy from the cycle of in-falling mass and the star is complete. The star “engine” is now at full function and is self-sustaining. Star creation continues across the universe and if fully developed, now effectively operate as a matter engine.  

There are many types of stars that do not complete their development process and are eliminated from contention for creating the matter needed to seed the cosmos. Let’s look closer at this “engine”. The “engine” function of a star is apparent through the operation of the thermonuclear core. As a star generates, it expels matter in the form of elements such as carbon and oxygen until it starts fusing iron. Once iron is produced, successful stars explode into a supernova and distribute the matter that was created throughout the galaxy. Then, just as the star itself was originally formed, the displaced matter begins to collide, contract, and rotate to form other celestial bodies. Everything within our solar system including us, was created by this star-dust distribution process.  

The stars act as “universe engines” which is partially why our universe is constantly expanding and refining. While not all stars enter the supernova stage and directly distribute matter, others still play a part in the process according to current models and theories. Some stars collapse back on themselves and form black holes which warp space and attracts all forms of matter within the sphere of proximate influence. In theory, this still serves the purpose to build the universe by taking matter from one area in space and transporting it to another where the need may be greater.  

The distribution of matter and subsequent refinement process results in numerous clumps of matter being brought together by electrostatic energy and as the density increases, the matter begins to fuse together and attract other matter due to the increasing bend and strain of the gravitational pull on the spatial plane. The largest of these interactions tend to occur as stars which bend space enough to attract other clumps of spinning, rotating matter and create what we see as solar systems. These systems experience their own refining process through multiple bombardment stages.  

A bombardment stage is the result of matter clumps beginning to rotate around a star and crossing paths the with each other. Imagine our solar system but with twenty extra planets and thousands of comets, asteroids, and moons all rotating around the star at different rates and trajectories. The rotating masses would collide with others in their path until the only ones remaining are those that were large enough to withstand the bombardment or those that had a clear path of rotation.  

Once these celestial systems persevere through the entire bombardment process, you are left with planetary bodies that are in perfect, uninterrupted rotation around a star. The solar system, in turn, is also rotating around larger systems such as galaxies. In theory, the galaxies could also be rotating and expanding around other, larger systems.  

Today we are thought to be in the late stages of the celestial bombardment process. We have a great deal of evidence of the Earth’s experience with this process through the observation of meteor, asteroid, and comet strikes in the past having catastrophic effects on the habitability of our planet. If we follow the same logic as the other systems, we could assume that the bombardment process may also serve another purpose to further the overall cause for the universe and indeed, the impacts appear to hold a secondary role for universal development. As the universe develops, each subsequent stage can be assigned prioritized meaning since logic would dictate that the stages before were purposefully implemented for productive progress. Since we know life is a consequence of this universal development and refinement process, we could reasonably assume that life is one of the purposes for everything that came before its introduction.  



So, let’s take a breath. After reviewing the operation of the universe and concluding that we live within a system that continuously creates, refines, and improves, we are left with determining the secondary purpose of the bombarding refinement of the inner-solar systems. In order to progress to the phase of “Biology”, we need to determine the source for a deliverable distribution of life-forms or the ideal conditions for the cultivation of life. If the “Universal System” provides everything needed to accomplish all observed outcomes, there must be a logical progression of events leading to the creation of life on late-bombardment, semi-sustainable planets like Earth. There are two options that fall within the expectations of the study of self-sustaining systems. Either life was delivered, or life developed on the planet. The bombardment process would provide an explanation for a delivery system as other cosmic systems, possibly at earlier stages, may not have survived the collisions and distributed numerous, fragmented pieces of life throughout the universe by way of comets. For example, if our planet encountered an unexpected collision during the Jurassic Era and the fragmented pieces of Earth were sent throughout the universe, the possibility exists that the quick-frozen building blocks of life could collide with another planet that is less susceptible to bombardment.  

The other option is that the planetary refinement process was designed to create life and if a planet developed in ideal conditions, life would be the inevitable result. If the system was designed to be self-sustaining with little maintenance required, logic would indicate that the planetary refinement process would be perfectly capable of also developing life.  

While the truth could be some combination of the two. The genius of the design in this system allows for a delivery system to distribute building blocks and a process for the planet to cultivate life from those blocks. Now if this was an equation worked backwards, you would have to question where the initial building blocks originated… but this is most likely the result of a system so far along in the refinement process that we would not possess the ability to understand the answer. Since we know life exists and its development can be reasonably assumed to be an assigned purpose of the system, we will have to treat life as an underlying assumption that requires further analysis.  

What we do know is that 3.5 billion years ago something provided stimulation for the development of life on our planet based on the conditions present at that time. If we are to examine life under the universal system expectations, we will need to be consistent in our analysis. If the universe depends on the process of continuous improvement and refinement, we will operate on the assumption that the systems that develop life will do so as well. Once life began, the surrounding circumstances would refine the primitive life in the same manner as the cosmic bodies. It would undergo its own “bombardment process” through the introduction of the challenges associated with survival.  

As life reproduced and faced the challenges, the organisms that performed well would survive and the ones that failed would be removed from the process. The simple forms of life would attempt to adapt to ever-changing surroundings and pass these traits through a bio-metric code in reproduction. DNA allows for adaptive “memories” to be passed down to each subsequent generation and used like accumulated knowledge. These micro-adaptations accumulate over time to develop characteristics that provided advantages and growth in desirable areas. As in other systems, this becomes more complex and distributes characteristics to a growing number of subsystems. Soon the more refined, surviving organisms begin to resemble life as described by what we would consider to be recognizable species variants.  

These newly-developed, more complex organisms would continue to be subjected to occasional re-calibrations, whether they be passive or violent. Passive re-calibrations result from pivotal decisions made when faced with a potential “re-boot” event. An example would be if the organism evacuated a habitat that was periodically subject to violent re-calibration events like a hurricane. The decision to preemptively move away from the area allowed for a passive re-calibration before a hurricane actually landed and forced a violent re-calibration of the system. Passive re-calibrations are more beneficial to the surrounding systems because less damage to the system sub-structures is experienced and the same adaptation is learned.  

As life successfully navigated around the cataclysmic re-calibrations like volcanic eruptions, predator integration, and food scarcity, the traits were encoded into the DNA passed down the successful accumulation of facilitating characteristics. The micro-adaptations continuously refined the “program code” necessary for the superior systems to survive. Darwin suggested the “Survival of the Fittest” concept through his theory of evolution and it appears to hold constant with every other aspect of a universal system that was designed for the purpose of continuously improving everything!  Life as a whole experiences refinement at different stages and produces organisms that are best suited to interface with the broader surrounding systems as well as the proximate subsystems.  

Think about your own personal life. We encounter refinement or adaptive opportunities every day that require us to learn something and take action. Each experience is logged as accumulated experience in our memory. But how can we steer toward passive re-calibrations? How can we successfully navigate a system that does not have a rule-book or guidelines? 

This is where things get interesting… 

Elements of Success 

I found this while designing systems to overcome problems in business, finance, and behavior. As each of these systems were identified or developed, a constant became apparent and I began to search for it in other places. Each construct, no matter what size or how complex, adhered to a system seemingly based on three fundamental elements: valid data, an affinity for success of the system and its surroundings, and the correct order to a set of operations. These elements are evident in any situation you can possibly imagine. Not only is it evident, but the elements are consistently indicative of a successful system. Go ahead, think of anything! In order to trace this back to the source, I began with the prospect that if there is a universal system then maybe our ability to identify it has evolved throughout written history. Most people do not associate stories with schematics but some of the most powerful stories provide an exaggerated example of the surrounding system. The most powerful stories contain a protagonist that faces monsters created by the introduction of corrupt variables into the described system.  

Religion is interesting because it’s difficult to reconcile religious concepts with science but in order to understand this article; we need to adjust our perception of what information religion actually provides. I’m going to use this room as an example. Science would say that the room is space created by steel, drywall, and insulation. The room contains an air mix of 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen. There are lights made from contacts, reflectors, and lamps and electrical wiring made from copper. Religion would describe the room as a place used for meetings and collaboration among individuals trying to improve their surroundings. The room is to be used only during certain times of the day and for certain purposes. While both of these explanations are correct, they vary in perspective. You can think of one as a scientific fact and the other as systematic truth.  

So, let’s take the stories from a religion and examine them to see what value can be found. The entire Judeo-Christian origin is based on the creation of this system. That’s how the entire book begins! “In the beginning, God spoke light and order into the void”… thus setting the systems in motion. The universe expanded in all directions from all directions. Stars began generating the elements and then exploding to disburse them. Universal forces took the elements and created planets and other stars. The planets experienced changes based on their surroundings. Our planet underwent extreme changes that eventually developed an environment that could host life. Life then adapted through a system to fit what was best suited for the environment. From our current perspective, humans are the end result of a network of systems and variables that ultimately led to our existence. So, let’s derive some meaning from the religious text. From what they are saying either we are a by-product of a system with a different purpose in mind or the entire universe works toward the creation of humanity with the intention for humanity to accomplish or improve something else. From that perspective, the entire universe looks to be in place with the sole purpose of creating advanced life and letting that life accomplish some purpose. Since the system is still in operation, you could almost assume that it still seeks to create other habitable worlds where life could exist. The system works because it has accurate data, a common desire for the success of the system as a whole, and an ordered process. Let’s skip forward a bit. 

Still using stories as an example. Each aspect of the universal system was created with certain guidelines of use. When the Bible discusses the event in which “sin” and evil entered the world, death and hardship were introduced. Let’s look at the first construct that led to the first system interference or reconciliation. Looking at the story of Adam and Eve, the system did not allow for the knowledge of good and evil. For the case of this analysis, we will assume that the story is a metaphor that describes some event in the past. The first false variable was introduced in the form of deception. Truth was temporarily removed from the system and replaced with a false variable which introduced consequences of death and hardship. Everything that followed was the result of a corruption of the system. Just as a thrown rod can destroy the operation of an engine, the false variable introduced at this point would have created a chain reaction of events that can only be set right by reintroducing the original elements to the extent that they restore balance to the system. It’s almost as if the old stories humanity told in the past were examples of how the system works and a guide for how to maneuver within them. 

You can see this occur on any level, but it may be best observed through computer systems. If false data is entered into system program code, there is the potential to throw the entire system out of balance as the incorrect code has the opportunity to affect an increasingly larger range of the system. Computer systems require accurate data or (truth) to be programmed in a way that acts in the best interest or (love) of the system while progressing through an ordered set of procedures (order). When there is a problem with the system, typically the user will need to uninstall the program and reinstall it with a corrective patch.  

In these old stories, this explains why people were punished as a result of their forefather’s “sins”. Each system corruption or “sin" would introduce inconsistencies to the system making it more difficult to predict outcomes. The crueler stories in the old testament were discouraging but it was an example of the true system working its way through other corrupted systems.  


If you look at the Ten Commandments, you can see how religion provided an operating system for how those people were to conduct themselves and achieve success. They gave people a common foundation of beliefs. Everyone fell under the same set of guidelines which introduced order into their way of life. The importance stressed on the commandments also placed significance on holding these rules and beliefs and thereby enhancing the order among their people. 

The other commandments provided more specific detail about proper behavior indicative of a successful society. These are made in the pursuit of order out of chaos. The entire Judeo-Christian system is based on eliminating chaos, lies, and hate with truth, love, and order. Breaking any of those commandments are all associated with false information or the lack of consideration of others (system affinity) and would ultimately create chaos within their community.   

This system outline meant that on average, the Hebrews would be more consistent in relation to the elements needed for the successful operation of a universal system. Their system was superior to the tribes they conquered and therefore made the Hebrews act in the will of the system from their point of view. This allowed for the translation of what we perceive to be systematic truth down through the ages. Whether by design or by chance, the systems in this example preserved something that has proven to be valuable over the course of time. In essence, this was the “evolution” of a superior system. Why do you think people still follow and believe along these lines today? In reality, the system could be said to be supported by its designer only because he would have created it as a universal constant and the people writing during this time noticed the effects of its use.  

People find some verses difficult to rationalize a loving God when they say he sent something to kill someone but if you look at it from the perspective of: he created the system and people were “punished” by the absence of one of the three fundamental elements of the system. God was said to reward certain people who were righteous because the system rewarded people who followed those three elements and punished those that didn’t. The story of Elisha and the Two Bears in 2nd Kings 2:23-25 is a perfect example. The children in this story were lacking the elements of love and order but the absence of order is what led to the attack. Order is planning and evaluating your situation to make responsible decisions. The story talks about two female bears… which probably meant there were cubs nearby. When you plan a hiking trip into the mountains, you plan for all the gear you are going to bring so that you are ready to encounter every situation with an acceptable amount of risk. The children in this story were running through the mountains with no heed for the wildlife. They did not evaluate that bears with cubs may be close by and may perceive their noises as a threat. The system punished the youths and the punishment, by default, was attributed to the one who designed it. It was only noticed due to the timing and interaction with the story-teller. The designer did not reach out to specifically punish someone, but the system holds people accountable to the rules within. 

The closer the world follows the system, the less corrupt variables are introduced and therefore the more stable the system is as a whole. If you increase the amount of false data (lies, hate, chaos) into the system, the system trends toward more chaos until something steps in to reset the system based on the three fundamental elements.  Think about times in history where there was a great, intentional disregard for these elements. Hitler and the horrors of the holocaust. Order without love and truth. It set the entire world in chaos and only a greater power that used the correct elements more consistently was able to reset the system. You can look at every situation in the world, evaluate it based on this idea, and predict the outcome every time. When you get a chance, take the time and look at world news and evaluate it based on these principles. Every example leads to some form of chaos and can be predicted based on the absence of a fundamental element of the system. 

Religions also speak of how following these rules help to avoid being thrown into hell. This doesn’t make sense to some people that they would be thrown into hell by an angry God but if this falls in line with the rest of the system, we should see evidence of this happening. It wouldn’t be a condemnation but more of a warning based on how the system operates. It should be a universal constant that we can document and repeat in a test environment. Think about some of the worst areas of our country or even our state. The downtrodden areas of some inner-cities would be a type of hell for most people and you can trace it back to this same system. There is an absence of all three elements at some point or another that have been out of place so long that the effects are devastating. It began with lies out of hate for a certain type of people and is kept in place by more lies. The lies now are different than before because they are not always coupled with hate. Think of political policies, they want to take care of these people and believe the best way to do that is increase the flow of money to those areas. The problem is that they are missing both internal and external order. Without fully evaluating the situation and creating a real strategy to bring balance back to the system, the problem will never be fixed. The lack of order introduces “lies” in that the working data is inaccurate since the planning was insufficient. This problem can be solved by bringing the adequate balance of elements together to offset the specific absences within that construct. This one analogy should spark thoughts of countless other situations that can be explained in the same manner. If this system is a universal constant, then it should be expected to continue into whatever type of existence that comes after death. 



Let’s move away from religious stories. We should be able to evaluate any problematic scenario and develop a strategy to replace whatever elements are missing from the system. If properly planned, this should restore the balance to each of these systems and educate those affected as to how to maintain and repair as needed. It would be similar to infecting the system with a virus that removes and replaces imperfections with perfect working components. Using this theory also helps to identify problems in a timely manner so that corrections can be implemented before the system requires a drastic reset. Let’s take a few obvious examples and work through this process.  

Many view America’s political system as the perfect example of how a government should operate. Using the “Universal Systems Theory”, you can immediately spot the problems. The elements of truth and system affinity are absent from our current system. There is great disdain for people associated with certain parties and false information runs rampant within our capital. This is amplified by the media which is another example of a corrupt system. Based on historical evidence supporting the structure and operation of the universal system, it is only a matter of time before either the system fails or a massive re-calibration is needed to restore balance. Everything in our country seems to be leaning in this direction and with no real foundation on which to base our operating structure, the system suggests we will become more chaotic instead of less. Christianity and our Constitution supplied the foundation in the past but with everyone migrating away from religion in pursuit of their own truth, the foundation has fractured. Even within that construct we can see evidence for the universal system. Although Christianity itself was not to blame, “Christians” played a large part in the departure from common ground. Many people lost respect for religion based on the observed actions of those professing faith. People of faith who ignored one of the fundamental elements drove others away from the faith. Examples would include casting extreme judgment, not practicing the order that was preached, hatred toward certain groups, or trying to deny scientific facts. All of these actions are caused by an absence of truth, love, or order. Even the denial of science introduces false information into the system which made religions lose credibility in some people’s eyes. If this system is universal, then science and religion need not be mutually exclusive but instead two entirely different perspectives of the same universe.  

Perhaps we need to be the re-calibration that restores balance to this system. If we can provide everyone with a universal operating system then we can collaborate on projects to replace the elements where they seem absent. There would be no Republicans or Democrats or fighting between races or classes. The importance of spreading truth, providing benefit for the system as a whole, and developing proper strategies would triumph over all of our previous grievances. So if the system is that important, we need to define the terms. 



Truth can be thought of as accurate information, valid data, or the absence of deception. Truth is dependent on the other two elements because you can have truth without constantly revealing accurate information. By using love and order, you can reveal the data when it is appropriate within that certain subsystem. For example, the President of the United States would not tell the public top-secret information just for the sake of telling the truth. He would reveal accurate information as it becomes relevant based on a love for the entire system and a proper operating plan for communicating information. Truth from a systems perspective can be better thought of as not introducing false data. You can withhold truth for the appropriate time as long as when that time comes, you present accurate data. That’s why computer systems function by providing sequences of information processing rather than all aspects of the system trying to communicate “truthful” information at the same time. This is the same on any level in any system. Examples could include personal relationships, computer processing, social media platforms, or mechanical systems.  




This element is an interesting aspect of systems as the typical conceptions regarding love are not associated with systems but it carries identical characteristics across the different types of systems. Proximity to the corrupted operating variable is shown to increase or decrease the affinity within systems. Financial statements act to demonstrate this as each individual account is separate but also a part of the entire system. The accounting system obviously relies on accurate data in order for the system to retain its integrity but if false information is entered into a single account, the impact is greater on the immediate class of that account. So to illustrate, let’s say that false data was entered into the “Administrative Expense” account. This account would have the greatest impact on the “Selling, General, and Administrative Expense” class. After that, the impact would continue to affect the other parent systems within that system although the strength of impact would decrease with each subsequent system. So you could say that the “Selling, General, and Administrative Expense” class has a greater systematic affinity for the “Administrative Expense” sub-account. All input for this system should be made with consideration to its effect on the system as a whole which in this example would be the Financial Statements. This is essentially the same as the effect on you when your child does something that violates this system. If you had a child that robbed a convenience store, you would feel the pain or impact of the violation more than other parts of the system. In this instance, the child violated the “love” element since they did not take into account the impact their actions would have on you or the convenience store attendant. Similarly, you would have more concern for your child and their success due to being a part of the same sub-system. Think of any other system and you can find a similar operation. The closer an operating variable is to a corrupt variable, the more impact the corruption will have. Therefore, each operating variable holds more concern, “love, affinity”, for the variables in its immediate vicinity since they are victims and beneficiaries of proximity to any corruption or success of the system. 




Order covers a wide range of systematic operation. Order could include being responsible, planning ahead, evaluating surroundings, or using self-control. Order is best defined as defining various systems encountered, evaluating the best operating procedure based on all known variables, and proceeding to use the system in the most responsible way possible. The pursuit of order is what led me to recognize the other constants of the universal system. I hold discussions about the importance of being intentional with your career and making deliberate decisions based on identifiable systems encountered throughout life. From a human perspective, order may be the most difficult element to consistently utilize since it requires self-discipline and organization within your personal life. Order is perhaps the most powerful element among the three in that it can momentarily compensate for the other two if implemented properly. Think of a powerful person that pursued their career strictly out of selfish ambition with no regard for others and willing to lie or deceive to advance. If the person excels at order, they can succeed even though they damage the system as a whole. At some point, they will introduce enough corruption into the system so that the system rebalances by removing their success or devastating the entire system. Communism is a great example of ultimate order without love or truth. Everything is planned and controlled but ultimately, the system rebalances and forces out the corrupt variable or destroys the entire system. Some people refer to this as “Karma”. People that introduce enough corruption into a system will eventually fall victim to the chaos that appeared as a result. This seems to provide the ultimate explanation for the future of the world. We will either continue the constant rebalancing or the entire system of human existence will be destroyed by corruption so extreme that it cannot be reconciled into balance.  


  1. Examine all things that make data and information less accurate, available, or accessible. 

  2. Examine all things that were not in the proper order or did not follow the most productive/effective/successful process. 

  3. Examine all things that did not act in the best interests of all those involved or associated with the system. 

  4. Use the Primary Key method  

  5. Define a strategy to reconcile the absence of Primary Key Elements within the system 

  6. Create an action plan to implement the strategy 

  7. Find ways to Measure/Monitor 

  8. Repeat the cycle