Why ‘Change without Change’ Is One of the Fundamental Principles of the Universe –

“the theory of relativity is a statement of symmetry that if you change the way the world looks by moving past it at a constant velocity, you change the appearance of everything that’s happening.”

— Wilczek

Source: Why ‘Change without Change’ Is One of the Fundamental Principles of the Universe – Big Think

Body (R)evolution Dance between the end of the nineteenth century and the contemporary

Source: Body (R)evolution Dance between the end of the nineteenth century and the contemporary era edited by Elisa Anzellotti, Donatella Gavrilovich and Elena Randi

On Growth and Form

“For the harmony of the world is made manifest in Form and Number, and the heart and soul and all the poetry of Natural Philosophy are embodied in the concept of mathematical beauty” Source: On Growth and Form – Wikipedia

Why ‘Change without Change’ Is One of the Fundamental Principles of the Universe – Video | Big Think –

Symmetry is about way more than splitting circles: It’s change without change, and it has applications throughout mathematics, physics, and nature. Source: Why ‘Change without Change’ Is One of the Fundamental Principles of the Universe – Video | Big Think

Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960 – Brain Pickings

The abstract beauty of science, made mesmerizingly visible.

Source: Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960 – Brain Pickings

Zeno of Elea

“…he purpose of the arguments was a defense of his teacher’s ideas. Parmenides believed that reality was one, immutable and unchanging. Motion, change, time and plurality were all mere illusions. This, of course, attracted many critics. Zeno’s paradoxes attempted to show that holding the opposite position, that reality was many, was contradictory and absurd. Therefore, “the one” must be the correct philosophy.”

Source: MathCS.org – Real Analysis: 9.12. Zeno of Elea (495?-435? B.C.)

Dziga Vertov • Senses of Cinema

Our eyes see very little and very badly – so people dreamed up the microscope to let them see invisible phenomena; they invented the telescope…now they have perfected the cinecamera to penetrate more deeply into he visible world, to explore and record visual phenomena so that what is happening now, which will have to be taken account of in the future, is not forgotten.

—Provisional Instructions to Kino-Eye Groups, Dziga Vertov, 1926

Source: Dziga Vertov • Senses of Cinema

The Ghost in the Machine: Unraveling the Mystery of Consciousness | Big Think

Reductionists believe that memories, emotions, and feelings can be broken down to nothing more than interactions between brain cells and their associated molecules. In other words, “you” are your brain.

Source: The Ghost in the Machine: Unraveling the Mystery of Consciousness | Big Think