Evolution is a concept I frequently  reference in the Theory of Balanceology; evolution exists. Devolution is also a concept I reference in the Theory of  Balanceology; devolution exists. I have heard a lot about evolution, but unfortunately little about devolution. That is regrettable because devolution is majorly involved in our lives and the lives of our culture. Just the pure fact of living gives each of us a number of evolutionary heart-warming and devolutionary heart-wrenching times. Augmentation, acceleration, and appreciable growth involve evolutionary forces <—> devolutionary forces involve unraveling, deceleration, and depreciable loss. Evolution can be a concordant constructive forward anabolic movement for an organism or for a culture. Devolution can be a discordant destructive backward catabolic movement for an organism or for a culture. The evolutionary arrow of time suggests the direction of evolution is a one way street with a sequence of change that compels all evolution to flow into the future. However, in the arrow of time for individuals and cultures the flow of time has vitiating setbacks and times of devolution.