spirit of the spud (emergent property of the natural design)

abstract of natural design (creative addjection) by griffith lighton

What makes the garden grow?

Science describes the “emergent property” of natural design. A massive tree emerges from a tiny spud by means of “self-assembly” — but there is still some assembly required in the form of, for example, environmental protections (a natural, moral imperative — a coded existence — that is in the spirit of the spud).


About griffithlighton

musician-composer, artist, writer, philosopher and political economist (M.A.)
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