Today we are confronted with another infinite: the infinitely complex. We are confounded by the number and variety of elements, of relationships, of interactions and combinations on which the functions of large systems depend. We are only the cells, or the cogs; we are put off by the interdependence and the dynamism of the systems, which transform them at the very moment we study them. We must be able to understand them better in order to guide them better. And this time we have no instrument to use. We have only our brain--our intelligence and our reason--to attack the immense complexity of life and society. True, the computer is an indispensable instrument, yet it is only a catalyst, nothing more than a much-needed tool.
If you're of the ambient ethos this probably isn't for you. If you're a musical explorer this is for you. It's chalk full of pulsating positively mesmerizing rythms that I find positively provocative. Ordinarily I listen to classical music, but when I'm in the mood for something completely different I listen to frozen plastic. It sends me to a completely different locale and I absolutely love it.