Saturday, February 24, 2007

The Principle of Finite Imagination II


See also: The Principle of Finite Imagination.

6 comments:

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

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  2. 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 ?

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  3. Yes it does!

    The worms represent strings, too?

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  4. 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.

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

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  6. 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. :)

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