Saturday, February 24, 2007

The Principle of Finite Imagination II


See also: The Principle of Finite Imagination.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

:-) who is it feeding the fish? some kind of intelligent designer?

Anonymous said...

reminds me of the opening sequence of Monty Pythons "The meaning of life"
http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Monty_Python's_the_Meaning_of_Life#Opening_Sequence

the fish on the right does look a bit like Susskind, not ?

Anonymous said...

Yes it does!

The worms represent strings, too?

Bee said...

nah, the worms represent the finetuned conditions that enable life, and temptingly hang directly in front of our faces. I haven't much to say about the alleged similarity to Susskind. Except maybe: gloob... gloob... gloob...

;-)

-B.

Anonymous said...

*LOL* There are a lot of wormholes in the multiverse!

Plato said...

The fish is "soul food." The water the unconsicous, all possible facets of the sensorium. The hook and worm, aspects of the "focus held" while you are fishing. :)

One possible explanation I was going to add earlier? Of course then, there is your explanation. "That" supersedes any thing I have to say. :)