Fossils in marble tiles... Have they foreshadowed SOME human affairs?... At what narrative complexity level?
"[...] a hundred times I have officiated the funerals of my pride, thinking I had buried it two meters under ground
[...] a hundred times I have seen it risen again more awakened than before
[...] I still disliked critics,
[...] praises, on the contrary, flattered me,
[...] I was worried about the opinion of others on me."
(Albino Luciani "The funerals of my pride")
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"The Unanswered Question", composición musical
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"THE UNANSWERED QUESTION", composición musical
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PS 1 asks:
Does Charles Ives "Unanswered Question" randomness mimicry ---if present--- poses a technical feature, or an ethical one?
PS 2 tags used here:
baldosas de iglesia,church tiles,Evolutionary Biology (Field Of Study),cantería,stonework,pehnotype patterns,patrones fenotípicos,Biología Evolutiva(campo de estudio),Evolution (Idea),Evolución (Idea),Translation issues,Problemas de
traducción,Diálogo Religión-Ciencia,Science-Religion dialogue,pareidolia,mimetolith,mimetolitos,P-A-H vision, visión P-A-H,randomness,aleatoriedad,persistencia,persistence,fossils,fósiles
PS 3 ...a comments plea:
feel free to comment/flame as you like; but if you think it would be of any use a "special comment mediation software" please make a suggestion... Perhaps something based on tags+subject random processing?
PS 4 questions the usefulness of PS 3
PS 5 is not entitled to, but complains about the comments processing/threading interfaces in blogs, digital newspapers, video hub sites; and dubs this complaining the "humanity in a crossroads blog bottleneck complain"
PS 6 apologizes in advance if not being able to properly read/answer every/any comment; but hopes that very soon an interface of the sort "solutions to our important problems by arguing unimportant things like resemblances in marbles, clouds, mountains, etc." will be available.
PS 7 imagines a poor motto: "if marble stones can figure out things randomly, why shouldn't we?"