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Arbitrary and Tenuous...

The arbitrary and tenuous theoretical matrix within which Dr. Bledsoe proposes his radical interpretation of the continuum hypothesis could only be justified by a kind of disingenuous process of ratiocination that conveniently disregards even the most fundamental axiomatic models common to nearly every widely-accepted program in set theory to date.

Art: “The Scream”
Edvard Munch

Art Music Poetry

The Art of Becoming the Latest Me

“Your perspective on life comes from the cage you were held captive in.”
― Shannon L. Alder



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Pure sound, entirely un-mattered,

voice and air I was, intoned grief… 176 more words

Literary

#30 ‘The Piano Man, No Ordinary Scrounger’ by Patrick Wright

Shortly after midnight on April 7, 2005, a young blond-haired man wearing a dark suit and white shirt was found wandering, dripping wet and distressed, near a beach at Minster on the Isle of Sheppey in North Kent. 2,489 more words

'Glass Of Milk' Series

Night sounds

The roses of the fragrant fields.
The thorns of the flowers,
the flowers without thorns.

The clock tick-tocks quietly
in the peaceful evening.

The light cheerfully played… 80 more words

Poetry

Ekeberg Parken

February 1, 2015.  Since my recent face-smashing fall had made me a bit gun shy about the ice, we decided that walking (using crampons) as a form of exercise might be a bit safer than skiing.   1,596 more words

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Video of The Day: Combining "The Scream" With "The Great Gig in the Sky"

Today’s video combines two of the strangest pieces of art into an animated short brilliantly directed by Sebastian Cosor. The original post I found is… 160 more words

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