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From ballistic to organic

Posted by Bob on November 09, 2005

In Reply to: From ballistic to organic posted by Chris Tse on November 09, 2005

: What does the phrase "from ballistic to organic" mean? I came across it in the following sentence, "'It's part of a transition from ballistic to organic,' he says, 'reducing the number of people who could make demands on my time.'"

: I wonder whether its meaning is "from complexity to simplicity".

More likely, rapid uncontrolled change to slower controllable change. "Ballistic" as in bullets and artillery shells, versus "organic," growing like a tree.