Simon Alan Flynn

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Residual Affects of the Trapdoor Springfield Saint


“…in dialectical wildernesses demanded of me is verse.”


I study to achieve an articulate synopsis of the grand human construct amidst political, cultural and biometric paradigms.

My theoretical approach is a biogeographical cartographic science, observant of matter in natural flux and civil structure, in places as it is perpetually impacted by humanity.

Anthropocentrically impacted naturally occurring places and their built environments are all connected with point to point specificities. All are relative to goods and services distribution patterns within civil system limits, transportation infrastructure interfaces and systematic mobility, historic and current ecological and political use scenarios and designations, and pertaining interface limitrophes, (with and as defined by movement of potential vectors for, and actual, biologicals)

We all somehow participate in the harvest, extraction, consumption, combustion, construction, discarding and remediation and relegation to externality of matter through systems, and we must move relative to this matter across these boundaries in the biosphere, for all of these purposes.

A correlary to this study of a primarily macroscopic perspective on resource utilization is a study of conflict generated by scarcity. Such are the systematics of how we sapiens will survive or may perish, due to famine, strife, finite natural resources depletion, or because of toxicities, or what equates to inter species competition in virology; within our own and nature’s biometric realities.