Source: The Nature of Code
“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
Source: Reflections on Stephen Wolfram’s “A New Kind of Science”
Technology Review article about Stephen Wolfram: career history, Mathematica, computational research, & new kind of science. By Robert Lee Hotz.
Source: Matter/antimatter asymmetry | Media and Press Relations
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Source: What are Textiles? | Study.com
Source: Block Printing a Two Colour Repeat Pattern
Source: Singularities – Black Holes and Wormholes – The Physics of the Universe
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
Data, Space, Visuals Source: Wave Pattern — Alolo.co
Data, Space, Visuals Source: Alolo.co
Source: Implied motion from static photographs influences the perceived position of stationary objects – ScienceDirect
Source: Art and the Semiotics of Images
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Place and Placelessness
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“…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.”
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.
Source: Dziga Vertov • Senses of Cinema
The 2nd Edition of Deconstructing Time – essay-blogs about the human experience of time. We are immersed in time. We take time as a fact of life and think very little about its workings, yet we are at its mercy. In a sense time is all you have: on your gravestone will be your name and the date you were born and the date you died. What could we gain by obtaining a perspective, by standing a bit outside of time? Although the clock will still continue to tick, your relation to time will be changed. It is the modern human — i.e. Homo sapiens sapiens — sense of time that is the key difference between humans and the other animals. And further I believe that time, as we experience it, is created by our uniquely human brains and is critical to our sense of consciousness.
Moving with the times Eadweard Muybridge I David Campany 1 September 2010 Tate Etc. issue 20: Autumn 2010 Eadweard Muybridge Self-Portrait 1885 Albumen silver print 22 x 18 cm © The Archives of American Art The pioneering nineteenth-century Anglo-American photographer is best known for his images of animal and human subjects in motion, but was …
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