wildly winning by natural design

photo and editing by griffith lighton

Notice the inverse square of the natural design. The repetition of design has both a mathematical description and an aesthetic value. There is also a hidden, natural, moral dimension I write about, with both a mathematical description and an aesthetic value, which can be (and is) wildly successful despite the spontaneous attribution (the self-assembled diversity) of its creative-random design.

Like the “hidden image of the spring thing” (below), the image of objective reality is always there, but it is actually an “addjective reality” (as I describe it), with some assembly required.

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About griffithlighton

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