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The Science of Disorder: Understanding the Complexity,
Uncertainty, and Pollution in Our World
By Jack Hokikian, Ph.D.
 Professor Frederick L. Kirschenmann, Director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University, referenced The Science of Disorder in a seminar presented at ISU’s Department of Chemical Engineering on January 16, 2003. The presentation—entitled “And Then What? Attending to the Context of Our Innovations”—was published on Science & Environmental Health Networks’ Web site as an essay on the precautionary principle.
 The Science of Disorder was also cited
in Ecological Economics: Principles and
Applications by Herman E. Daly (
 The Science of Disorder was quoted and
referenced in Cultivating an Ecological
Conscience: Essays from a Farmer Philosopher (Culture of the Land) by
Frederick L. Kirschenmann, Author, (Iowa State University) and Constance L.
Falk, Editor, (New Mexico State University), published by The University Press
 More recently, The Science of Disorder was quoted and referenced
in an essay entitled Clutter vs. Sanity in dentaltown.com by Douglas Carlson,