The Relativity Of Renewal

Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges van Hoegaerden
Founder, Author, and Managing Director of methodEVA.

Everyone in their right mind today knows that life is temporal and becomes renewable through procreation. In 1858, the groundwork of that evolutionary understanding was established by Charles Darwin. The process of dying, as Steve Jobs put so well in his 2005 Stanford commencement speech, is crucial to the process of reinventing ourselves. We become stronger as a species when we adhere to nature’s first-principles that dictate the quality of our renewal.

Only the religious, unable to think for themselves, desperately reengineering the stale dogmas of scripture from hundreds of manmade theologies to newfound realities of nature’s truth, keep promoting the unending sustainability of an afterlife. Never mind the seventy-two virgins that await you in the afterlife, according to Islam, promising to serve only one-half of our population until the end of time. Those believers clearly not realizing, as the late and great Christopher Hitchens quipped, seventy-two mothers-in-law will be awaiting too. The burning bush from the book of Christianity, another prominent religion from which Islam is derived, harbors an even less reputable faith.

This is the crazy world we live in: all the advances and understanding are used only to continue the nonsense which has existed for 2,000 years.


The promoters of finance programs pushing ESG, PRI, SDGs, and others, their tactics hinging on the promise of sustainability, make the same false promises as religious people, integral to the fallacy of belief running afoul of nature’s truth.

Those priests of finance, previously unchecked, now sell monetary snake oil and the wrong arbitrage of expansion to humanity’s greater fools, to whom they can tithe another empty sack of hope. Sustainability does not exist in a universe subject to what Richard Feynman referred to as entropy, the decline of available energy. In scientific terms, entropy converts an organized state into an unorganized state, and by its asymmetry, not the other way around. Meaning, aging is irreversible, and a temporal proxy of sustainability can only be achieved through the rigorous excellence of renewal.

In fact, like all things in nature, the quality of renewal is subject to relativity, the pursuit of an added dimension to the presumed absolutism of humanity, and a moving target of dynamic equilibrium with nature at that. A hierarchical loop of reinvention and recalibration correlated to the highest normalization of nature’s proven truth.

Therefore, to improve human renewal and build the arbitrage of finance to do so systemically, one must learn to think. The natural way.

Start here. More to come.

The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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