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Art Levels, Pythagorean Theorum, And Discrimination

After traveling the many strands of tutilage, one can find themselves converging the self with others to explore the functionality of systems. Depending on the nature of the selected strand(s), art can lead to quantum physics. It's hard to believe this is true based on the minute information we actually have about art. Few seem to realize the distance of artistic road(s), but even fewer comprehend their logic. Those who traveled the farthest and deepest roads don't often know how to explain the details of their journeys. Ultimately, this equates to fluke accidents throughout history. It's not a teachable system. It only serves the self.


LEVELS OF ART

Catharsis

Education

Science and Cognizance

On each level, there is much to be learned. Art with cathartic purpose can help one understand deeper layers of the inner self. As a result, one can also learn to understand the multitudinous layers of others. Art's purpose can change over time. When you step far enough outside the self, art can become a means of teaching. In exploring the depths of teaching, different ways of learning also present themselves. Understanding the multifaceted nature of the educational spectrum opens a new world that can be of tremendous value for future generations. Considering the speed of technology, this would be most useful. Our archaic systems desperately need an upgrade.


After traveling the many strands of tutilage, one can find themselves converging the self with others to explore the functionality of systems. Depending on the nature of the selected strand(s), art can lead to quantum physics. It's hard to believe this is true based on the minute information we actually have about art. Few seem to realize the distance of artistic road(s), but even fewer comprehend their logic. Those who traveled the farthest and deepest roads don't often know how to explain the details of their journeys. Ultimately, this equates to fluke accidents throughout history. It's not a teachable system. It only serves the self.


For example, if you arrive at 10x10=100, but you don't know how you obtained that sum, it is by luck or chance that you stumbled on the correct answer. Fluke. Next time, you may or may not get the right answer again. Probability says no. When there is a formula like a2+b2=c2, that can be applied and repeated, it is purposeful beyond the self. We know math to be true. Probability says yes.

Philosophically, we recognize art as a universal truth. As it turns out, art can be truer than we have given it credit for. Thus far, intermingling various aspects of cognizance and sciences has shown me their very specific shapes, which actually use math as proof. It is my belief that truth is always true, but its languages and expressions vary. This is our challenge as humanity... believing that people with an accent still understand the same things we understand but express it in a different language. If we can accept that English and French and Russian are equivalent expressions of ideas, why can we not accept that math, music, and art are also equivalent expressions? Just because some people don't know how to use a tool doesn't mean it can't be used, or that it's not a tool. Know what I mean?


Art is merely a less traveled road ridiculed by those who know little to nothing about it. Those are the same types of people who would ridicule quantum physics despite all evidence. Don't fall for that jibberish! Art is a language that can offer different types of learners a way to achieve the same knowledge as more traditional types. By dismissing the value of art, you are also dismissing the value of the people who make it, understand it, learn from it, and make the world a better place with it. Would you make fun of a dyslexic child, or would you open your mind to understand that different people have different learning needs?


Discrimination is a thing in all sorts of ways. Is this really the baggage we want to bring into the future? Time to reconsider how we think about things.


INTERSPERSIONS: Shrodinger's Cat

Opening one's mind can be a dangerous activity that challenges one's ideas. So, I ask you this... Would you rather be close-minded and delusional, or open-minded and susceptible to the truth?


Have a great week! Sala kahle!



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