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  • Light
    Tuesday, 7/02/2017


    I’m not a complete layman in terms of Physics but of course this is just a thought-experiment as opposed to a real one… (From last year – trying to “bring back” novel information).
    An explanation for the change of light’s state in the “unobserved” and “observed” double-slit test. (When you don’t observe light, our instruments tell us it acts like a wave, when you do, it looks and acts like it’s made up of individual particles).
    Imagine we were representing the three dimensional world as a sheet of paper. Then the process of moving through time would be as it is with a flick book – a move through different pages. So if we lay the sheet of paper on the table, the axis of time would now be represented by the axis of height. And we could observe a block of time by stacking a load of sheets on top of the first.
    Light, in that it moves

  • Very Short Story 3…
    Monday, 16/01/2017


    So this and the last piece are products of another experiment… which I’ve written down, as before… but at the moment, I have a nebulous aversion to writing stuff online, for some reason… I mean, health-wise, there are better habits to have, probably… Obviously music requires sharing though, since it doesn’t work without people… OBVIOUSLY…
    So these latest two pieces (the last one below), are reflections of matter – they’re quite shapeless, not what I’d normally go for – but each little simultaneous melody line is relating an aspect of movement, both visible and unseen – within a material object…

     
     
     
     
     




  • Vague ideas from recent weeks…
    Monday, 7/11/2016


    i. If the law was that the price of voting was potential conscription – then we’d see an improvement in mass political intelligence. The ease with which we send others, without researching our choices for them, shows our fatal shortsightedness.
    We’ve got to relearn that empathy isn’t charity, sacrifice or even effort – rather, simply, intelligence – good visual acuity. The top down approach of government that synthesises empathy by forcing right action in individuals through fear, needs help, culturally. On it’s own, The Law, can only disengage us from behavioural cause and effect by centring around self preservation – “do right to avoid jail” and so on. Its aim is to balance ruthless individualism, yet it has as its goal, the protection of self, which only serves to exacerbate the problem. This in time causes empathy to atrophy as – what need is there for it when rules

  • Short Story: ABC1 on the Train
    Wednesday, 26/10/2016


    || Stand Clear of the Closing Doors. ||
    || NEW REGENERIST So lightweight, you won’t even notice it!||Now, we’ve featured an array of different ages on our Metro single spread because even though our core consumers are up around the 30 to 69 age group – our research does show we reach girls as young as 15, even younger on occasion! So we’re very mindful of conveying a really really body positive message at all times. What we’re all about, here at Olay, is people being given the gift of themselves…
    What an odd clutch of billiard balls… Begone, strange Midwichian Cuckoos, ye hold no currency here. “To what end?” – comes to mind. Never understand these women who say they fear becoming invisible – must really believe their sexuality is the approval of general strangers… How free thinking… All that straining for vacuity too – as though caught

  • The Origin of Language…
    Friday, 5/08/2016


    Theory…
    Language was initially a technology for survival, that promptly evolved into a technology of seeing… which because it borrows from other areas of the brain is prone to hiding what’s there quite a bit…
    So what caused language exactly? It may be our best tool in the modern world, but what prompted it in the ancient one? Well nature’s so parsimonious, that necessity is always the mother of invention – if we have a capacity, it’s either serving us or in the process of dying out. Like all animals, a few hundred thousand years ago, we’d evolved an innate human language, (probably of song, given our natural vocal range that far exceeds that of regular speech) – to communicate the concepts our life-cycle necessitated. Therefore, the most likely catalyst for the actual invention of new words must surely have been a drastically new situation occurring overnight – too fast

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