Friday, March 23, 2012

The Bright Sun of Dark Clouds

“Is it better for a man to have chosen evil than to have good imposed upon him?”
― Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange

As many regular readers know one of my interests in the investigation of what comprises the personal experiential realities and even those of what I term the genome of the universe is memory and it's role in emergent behaviors and processes that eventually become observable or if you will, materialized. This also has a great deal to do with the relationship of the physical brain and the mind informing one another along paths dictated by various forms of memory. Even the developmental processes of our species in relation to learning how to learn is not immune to memory of course.
With all this said and written, here is the harbinger of another issue that this blog has focused on which is the pathology of not only determinism but that of control in relation to the uncertainty principle when analyzing not only feedback but the act of perception itself in relation to the dictates of identification, association and general semiotic dynamics as steered by language.
Imagine my reaction when I read this:

My friends and peers over at Before It's News added this..

The number is 666?

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