Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Mathematical Impossibilities and Using Illusions

A brilliant article recently appeared in The Guardian by Tom Chivers regarding a perspective I happen to share with him. Many times, it is what others have to say rather than my own ruminations that are striking.
This exploration of perception and the nature of what cannot be directly ascertained relates to what I was referring to in the essay on structure and anti-structure as well as the architecture of language and Chaos Theory. Regardless of how many materialist scientific reductions are supplied to simple answers as well as the paranormal communities use of labels proliferates, the universe we inhabit is much more illusive than anyone can describe. I suppose this can be a source of consternation or wonder and awe depending on what sort of day you are having.



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