Why iMODELER - part 1: Qualitative modeling beyond CLDs and FCM

This is a model from our latest paper: https://www.consideo.com/files/consideo/pdfs/papers/eng/Why_iMODELER.pdf 

Hydrogen dilemmas- not just a question of constraints

Just a quick model to put the major arguments around the use and the source for hydrogen into perspective. We need to transform industries like the steel production away from fossil fuels towards use of green hydrogen. In order to shift they need supply. A useful source would be a domestic supply from times when we produce more than 100% of the needed electric power by renewables. However, the capacities for electrolysis would remain unused in times with no surplus of renewable power generation. But if we import hydrogen we have little use for our energy surplus. If we slow down our transition towards renewables in favour for imported hydrogen the world would risk constraints (materials, building capacities a ...»

Atomdebatte Deutschland - Politikwissenschaft

Kleines Modell zu dem Trauerspiel, das sich gerade in unserer Öffentlichkeit abspielt. Rot/grün kann nur verlieren, es sei denn, wie es gerade passiert, es wird auf das Motiv der CSU hingewiesen. Hinter einigen Faktoren sind Quellen. Möge die Aufklärung beginnen...

Economy from a systems perspective p9

... still work in progress and soon more .... On my vacation I intended to complete my reading of Kate Raworth's "Doughnut Economics". I looked at this concept many years ago and wasn't fascinated by it but I have come across it several times in different projects since then so I decided to take a second look. I watched her TED talk and I really like her. Still, the concept I find disappointing though I haven't read the complete book, yet. I think it is a normative approach to rethink economics but in order to change the economy we have to understand its driving forces and find systemic levers for a change. It is not enough to know that we go beyond the limits, that the GDP is a fatal measure, etc.. We need r ...»

China, Taiwan, Russia and the West....

just the start of a model ... you may join and add arguments and sources ....

Wertschöpfung von Unternehmen

Wertschöpfung von Unternehmen - http://KNOW-WHY.NET https://know-why.net/model/CfoOcWIKpqZHgIqnEb1hI6w…  Kleines Modell auf die Frage, ob nicht auch die Lebenszeit, die Arbeitnehmer*innen investieren, gegengerechnet werden muss, wenn Unternehmen ihre Wertschöpfung preisen

The post Ukrainian era

It has to do with removing Putin and defining a new Russia, but also with the possibility of a China that risks its isolation from the west and at the same time trying to reign the rest of the world through its strategic global resource and development policies. It has to do with a de-globalization, less efficient though more regional and resilient economies, loss of material wealth but gain of quality of life, social equality, and unfortunately a possible trade-off of arms races and climate change mitigation. A possible lever could be bridging values other than material wealth. So, without it seeming to be a descriptive model let us start the exploration using the four KNOW-WHY-Questions: what leads directly ...»

How to make Russia great again - and save Ukraine

It is a collaborative model - please edit it. Sanctions alone end in a balancing feedback loop but with the right narrative over working chanels it could lead to a removal of Putin! Narrative should be something like “ Ukrainians are brothers and sisters, the world wants to partner with Russia - Putin exploits Russia for his mad interests.” There is much more explanation to give to this model - I will add to it or you may edit it and place comments within the model using the "D".