Monday, January 14, 2008

9.8M per second

According to Dewey, there can be no aesthetic experience without the presence of a thing or a performance. And yet, he goes on to describe the place of mathematics- which is to give form to the invisible- and speculates that this invisible form may be, someday-"de-complicated" enough to be experienced as poetry.
Leibniz and Newton desired to describe gravity and explain the mystical agreements that take place unexpectedly-
"The Dead only know one thing- that it is better to be alive."
-Private Joker- "Full Metal Jacket"

Go out side. Find a rock. Throw it. Describe the medieval poetry of the time it takes falling bodies to light. A vector is a path invisible but one, nonetheless, described.

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