Many practical problems are spiraling out of hand: for example chronic-acute syndromes that are not well understood, or human pressure (ecologic, economic, overpopulation, societal or global warming related: stress adaptation). Spreading consumption of land/body resources, wasting, fragmenting, etc., affect planet, species survival and health, right down to children''s basic soundness. We develop theoretical frameworks and best practices, but they drive counter-productive effects, with increasingly direct implications for daily life. Natural and human sciences are plagued with fundamental problems, yet highly specialized information, interdisciplinary research and advanced models run into intractable problems. Their uncanny mathematical or logical similarity (e.g. inversion or scattering), is strangely reminiscent of archaic history concerns with crises, boundaries, ground, water, the dark side… These are generic, and still unresolved. This work offers a fresh view describing, through a wide range of topics, a common basis in the parameters we use for both representation and action. To fill the gap, it proposes two modeling methods, intended for those who ask: how do we stop‘it''?