How would I introduce my model into McPhail et al.'s? I don't have

the computer skills, but I'll predict theoretically a simulation

result.

Allow your pursuit space to be three-dimensional, with sixty-degree

vortices. Or more simply, it should work in two dimensions, even at

ninety degree vortices. Model as a stochastic probability function

an option to the pursuit you modeled from t-1 to t-2. The option at

the probability you set is to move as in the leg I depict in the open

triangle (which can graphically be transformed into two dimensions).

Map points at successive t's as you do now. At some critical point in

your probability variable, some critical, catalyzing setting, which I

expect to be below 50%, the points should crystallize as though

strangely attracted into an infinite regress of tetrahedrons, a

fractal diagram composed of tetrahedrons. I call this process, among

other things, democratization of control. If it works as I theorize,

we should be able to translate the model into practice, noticing

positive effects of moving tetrahedronally in response to conflict.

now what?...l&p hal