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tranquility of emotions makes perfect the fruit called simplicity.
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    leili’s project
    Designing Science Fiction...
    The course will be loosely inspired by the movie (and the book) The Man who Fell to Earth in which David Bowie plays an extraterrestrial visitor...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.

    [Bus Stop]
    Organisms that person need to construct their hypothese and enter them, surrounding themselves with ordered presentations of their suppositions. Our claim: Architecture can help person figure herself out.
    text by Madeline Gins & Arakawa
    Tue, Sep 9, 2014  Permanent link

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    Every Tree
    a brother
    Every hill
    a pyramid
    a holy spot

    Every valley
    a poem
    in xochitl
    in cuicatl
    flower and song

    Every cloud
    a prayer
    Every rain
    drop
    a miracle

    Every body
    a seashore
    a memory
    at once lost
    and found

    we all together:
    fireflies
    in the night
    dreaming up
    the cosmos.


    Chicano poem from the book Original Instructions, by Melissa K. Nelson
    Sun, Feb 5, 2012  Permanent link

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    Lyrics, say something like:
    'With each breath,
    We fall into that love.
    Let's not struggle,
    When falling into that love.


    ...with each breath, we are burnt!

    -Many times we've put up with fire of despair.
    -Many times we've been burnt by fire of despair.

    Look into that fire that comes from Love.
    Look into that Love!'



    Holger Czukay - Persian Love from Patrick Dobeson on Vimeo.

    Tue, Jun 22, 2010  Permanent link

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    The Holy Evolution





    Image:
    The Tree of Intoxication
    "Gonds make liquor from the flowers of the Mahua tree. If you take small amounts, and mix it with good herbs, it is a medicine for many ailments. If you drink a little more, it is pleasant. But if you drink too much, your very form can change, and depending on your character, you may become a mouse or a tiger, a pig or pigeon."
    Thu, Feb 4, 2010  Permanent link

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    Mind inhabits body,
    body inhabits space,
    space inhabits time,
    time inhabits memory,
    memory inhabits mind.
    Thu, Jan 7, 2010  Permanent link

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    We are all breaths
    that run from The Source
    as rays from the Sun-
    making thought an entity.
    Tue, Jun 16, 2009  Permanent link

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    1974
    >The Arecibo radio telescope message:
    a ceremony for making the telescope
    aimed at distant M13 stellar cluster
    (25,000 light years away).
    >period of transition: 3 min.














    1999
    >Encounter 2001 - Evpatoria radio telescope message: commercial project.
    >period of transition: 3 hrs
















    2004-2014
    >Genesis in 1,000 native tongues on a robotic probe that
    Europe is despatching to land on comet 67P/Churyumov-
    Gerasimenko
    : Rosetta flagship mission.
    >period of transition: 10 yrs












    2008-2029
    >Bebo social networking website radio
    telescope message to the potential
    occupants of Gliese 581c (20 light
    years away): competition project.
    >period of transition: 20 yrs











    Languages, including digital codes, are symbolic (re)presentations, rising up from highly developed social structures.These social structures have externalized human memory, both out of the mind and out of the place of present. So this memory is a link between culture and brain. It makes one think if any creature is to receive and understand these messages will be of human species.
    So could it be in future, when humans have colonized space, if encounter with these messages out there in space, they will need tools and knowledge to understand human intelligence at our time, when the messages were sent?... If humans could be the receivers of these codes what is our memorabilia to the upcoming generations and future space archaeologists?

    3500 BC

    Cuneiform script



    1427-1392 BCE
    The Declaration of Purifications



    Mon, Oct 20, 2008  Permanent link
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    'Refer to the discourse of music improviser and wine and ask around less the secret of time
    for one hasn’t solved and won't solve this puzzle through science.'

    Hafez
    Sun, Oct 5, 2008  Permanent link

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    The Locavores appeared in San Francisco in 2005 and define themselves as ‘a group of culinary adventurers who eat foods produced in a radius of 100 miles (160 km) around their city’. By doing so they aim to reduce impact on the environment inherent to the transport of foodstuffs, while ensuring their traceability.

    Local River anticipates the growing influence of this group (the word ‘locavore’ made its first appearance in an American dictionary in 2007) by proposing a home storage unit for live freshwater fish combined with a mini vegetable patch. This DIY fish-farm-cum-kitchen-garden is based on the principle of aquaponics coupled with the exchange and interdependence of two living organisms - plants and fish.

    The plants extract nutrients from the nitrate-rich dejecta of the fish. In doing so they act as a natural filter that purifies the water and maintains a vital balance for the eco-system in which the fish live. The same technique is used on large-scale pioneer aquaponics/fish-farms, which raise tilapia (a food fish from the Far East) and lettuce planted in trays floating on the surface of ponds.

    Local River responds to everyday needs for fresh food that is 100% traceable. It bets on a return to favour of farm-raised freshwater fish (trout, eel, perch, carp, etc…), given the dwindling supplies of many saltwater species due to over-fishing. It also demonstrates the capacity of fish-farmers to deliver their stock live to a private consumer as a guarantee of optimum freshness - impossible in the case of saltwater fish that has been netted.

    Local River aims to replace the decorative ‘TV aquarium’ by an equally decorative but also functional ‘refrigerator-aquarium’. In this scenario, fish and greens cohabit for a short time in a home storage unit before being eaten by their keepers, the end-players in an exchange cycle within a controlled ecosystem.

    Materials: glass: blown & thermoformed, water pump, joints.
    Dimensions : Large : 64 x 29 x 39 inches, Small : 29 x 18 x 36 inches.

    “Local River”
    Mathieu Lehanneur
    with Anthony van den Bossche, spin doctor
    Sun, Sep 7, 2008  Permanent link

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