@ K. 2005 01 31
Today, Richard Wall comes crashing through the ice. I mount his response to my Edges and Borders before I’ve even read it carefully, let alone digested it. You don’t need more than a glance to see that it’s a money comment: deep.
Date: Sun Jan 30, 2005 8:03:35 PM US/Eastern
“This module was Knatz.com’s first jotting on this subject. Like many of my
See how it runs! It has no limit.
“We live at the edge between chaos and order.“
One dimension is running along the edge (on a knife-edge, walking the tightrope, etc).
These dimensions are what we use to make the building blocks, the drawings
There is something more to be understood here but I haven’t got it yet.
Uh oh: I put Richard’s citation of my module’s “We live at the edge between chaos and order” in pk blue, but that statement is pk citing others: Murray Gell-Mann who was himself citing I think Chris Langton.
See aLso: Centers: Falsifying Models of Reality [Link to be provided]
That’s a pk quote but it could well duplicate others’. That thinking, though kin to my own, has been coming out of Complexity Theory. I’ll mention the particular thinker whose work hits that target in the bullseye when I think of his name: Chris Langdon: something like that. Complexity mentions him if Chaos doesn’t.