whoa acoustics…

 

import processing.video.*;

Capture video;
PFont font;
float x, y;
float rot;

void setup(){
size (800,800);
video=new Capture (this, 800,800,15);
video.start();
font =loadFont(“Arial-BoldMT-32.vlw”);
textFont(font);
}

void draw(){
if (video.available()){
video.read();}
image (video,0,0);
if( mousePressed) {
text(“this is a you inside a computer inside a space”, 25, 100);}
if (keyPressed) {
text (“”,100, 100);
}}

“the subtext of what i’m saying is we really don’t know”- gary lincoff

your daily news. lasered with philosophical meanderings/readings.. and ironically more knowledge.

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“if knowledge of a whole (one) is broken into two and explained, and then these are dived into three and four and analyzed, we are no closer to understanding the whole than we were before.  when we do this, however we come under the illusion that knowledge has increased.  but can we say that by endlessly repeating our divisions and analyses and then gathering up all the fragments, we have advanced human knowledge in any meaningful way?

with increased “knowledge” comes an increased desire for more knowledge, and then people work and work to invent machines to help them achieve even greater knowledge.  but even if “proof” is found, only more questions will arise from that so-called proof.  the desire for knowledge becomes endless and we lose sight of our place in the world.  in the end, the true essence of the moon is more clearly seen through the eyes of a child.”

 

Interview excerpt from Gitz Crazyboy, a youth educator from the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in Alberta, Canada

I don’t think they would go out and start bull dosing any of these other places to pray..

The Tar Sands contains roughly 2 trillion barrels of heavy crude oil, and spans an area comparable to the state of Florida.  Processing this crude oil requires clear-cutting, strip mining, and produces 1.8 billion liters of toxic waste per DAY, and nearly three times the amount of greenhouse gas emissions compared to processing regular oil. Its extraction has already had devastating consequences not just environmentally, but also culturally and economically. The First Nation people (Indigenous Canadians) are affected daily by the toxic byproducts of hydrocarbons and heavy metals, increasing cancer rates and annihilating their way of life.

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