The Diagram of Innovation

Sometimes we need to take a step back to be able to move forward. When is it when we have that moment of consciousness? When do we know when the direction can or has to change? When does innovation occur?  The temporality of innovation permits for constant process, dialogue, experimentation, combination and reapplication. A problem or necessity is always responded to, pushing the bounderies of knowledge.  Innovation happens through collusion of underlying structures, circumstances and predetermined events. The diagram illustrates infinite action and reaction, with some degree of certainty and uncertainty. The entanglement of time and historical subjects accelerate to a point where necessity causes a collision. A shift in the axis of the status quo is the reaction of the convergence of that engtanglement. It is a looping diagram. Where the next innovation stems from the shifted axis.