It seems even the artificial forms fall to the nature's rhythms.
Quadrant repetition sequence:
Don't confuse me for a futurist. I see no future, I imagine no future and I do not wonder or hope for any of it.
The mind is too enthralled with the here and now, it is the here and now that's full of wonder.
When the illusion of the passing of time is overcome All becomes transcendent and clear, universalising. Concept of time binds the mind and its thoughts, it is enslaving.
Singularity is already here. Its always been here.
Urban historian M. Christine Boyer speculates the virtual landscapes of the vast computer network sprawl and their possible form in parallel to our reality. With her observations it is good to consider how this cyberspace is becoming increasingly integrated into our sense of place.
With emphasis on the importance of the distinction between parallels and representations of our reality and the virtual, she states ‘electronic imagery generates a unique mental ordering that seems to parallel, not represent, reality’ (Boyer, 1995).
A forming parallel of reality co-existing with our own in the electronic net, the symbolic imagery aiding us in our understanding, navigation and habituation of this dimension.