Monthly Archives: December 2014

Light of Night

Conveying far spirit
Discourse way reached
Sagacious straining

The diurnal cycle resulting from one complete rotation of the Earth is a life pattern easy to accept as regulatory. Of course, things are different on other planets.

“My formula for living is quite simple. I get up in the morning and I go to bed at night. In between, I occupy myself as best I can.” – Cary Grant


Various branches
Cognitive content
Positive result

Visualizing the world of our everyday awareness in the city, structure is organically organized and becomes harmoniously juxtaposed. In the way of truth, a critical attitude reflects a system of all existence considered as one: uniform, necessary, and unchanging.

“For it is the same thing that can be thought and that can be.” – Parmenides

Across The Pond

To the other side
Diverse and interesting
Organizational effectiveness

When minds connect at the speed of light, reality is mostly relative to the velocities of the observers. Subjective substance values and concepts can be self-admitted within limitation of language and knowledge.

“Our neural pathways have become accustomed to your sensory input patterns.” – Lieutenant Commander Data

City Harvest

Night away
Light dancing

Inductive probability informs temporal street photography in symmetry with all possible events. Mobile and incomplete, duration continues to transpire irrespective of an observer, as time eludes material objects.

“Inner duration is the continuous life of a memory which prolongs the past into the present, the present either containing within it in a distinct form the ceaselessly growing image of the past, or, more profoundly, showing by its continual change of quality the heavier and still heavier load we drag behind us as we grow older.” – Henri Bergson


Circularity of virtually
Uncertainty implications
Reliably transmitted

Considered as transition probability wave functions, the proposal of discontinuous quantum jumps is visually calculated. Matrix mechanics availability supports uncertainty theories on the terminal train platform, waiting for transportation arrival.

“Natural science does not simply describe and explain nature; it is part of the interplay between nature and ourselves.” – Werner Heisenberg

To the Place

Portion of position
Regarded as belonging
Indefinite boundaries

Participating in societal transitional devices can elicit thoughts of necessity. Free will operates within more or less defined semi-transparent limits. Reconciling incompatible representational models helps to relieve the dialectical conversion.

“Being as substance is already implicitly being as the concept. One must keep this in mind in order to understand the “transition” from actuality to the concept, which in fact is no transition!” – Herbert Marcuse

City Invincible

Brief moment
Reverence edification
Temples and poets

In its unanimity, is the full metropolis an art or craft manifestation? This distinction depends on how these words are defined, or rather, to what extent common agreement on meaning is accepted. One attempt to distinguish craft relative to art operates from a specific goal of producing a preconceived result. Cities seem rather haphazard, random, and chaotic.

“What strange phenomena we find in a great city, all we need do is stroll about with our eyes open. Life swarms with innocent monsters.” – Charles Baudelaire

Turn Down

Expected or necessary
Knowledge is learning
Personally experienced

In action, we must always exercise choices informed by experience, with a desire to do all things well. Yet simultaneously it is tricky to ascertain definitively the criteria of high quality naissance. Value is an extremely nebulous property.

“The ultimate value of life depends upon awareness and the power of contemplation rather than upon mere survival.” – Aristotle

Memory Confluence

Flowing together
Resource availability
Simultaneously making requests

Color and symbolic representation informs attentive competition within a densely packed informational situation. The feeling of sensory overstimulation is characteristic of the modern conurbation experience. Sometimes more is less.

“Our culture has been bombarding us with ultrasensory overstimulation aiming to reprocess us into fulltime consumption machines, stealing above all from us our time, and even our very sense of time, under the guise of entertainment.” – Benjamin Boretz

Transfer Concourse

Reasoning skills
Derivative work

Some architectural space constructions are designed as transitory experiences. Boundary regions between a defined beginning and end, these locations are often mystically disquieting. Manifestations of trapped spirits sometimes seem to be active in certain in-between nether regions.

“Sir, what you have there is what we refer to as a focused, non-terminal, repeating phantasm, or a Class Five full roaming vapor. Real nasty one, too!” – Dr Ray Stantz