Monthly Archives: February 2018

Causing the Correlation

Looking at the image just below, “the context of color contrast and intensity,” colors can be changed without being really changed. Thus there is a correlation, but with a confused causal identity. I authored the context of the image. Logically … Continue reading

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the context of color contrast and intensity

  The Block and the Chain To manage the identity of accelerated, financial risk we now have the “blockchain.” Blockchain is a device derived from the need to identify who owns what at any given time (i.e., the identity of … Continue reading

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anthropomorphic

The Anthropic Identity Scientists have suggested that the observable universe has an anthropic identity. Naturally, we tend to see things egocentrically, as though the universe revolves around the perception of its existence. This is described as the pathetic fallacy because, … Continue reading

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moody water colors

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idiopathic chromatic

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gold goniochrome

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late-Winter cyan-magenta

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