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the relationship between the hand and mind and the implements we choose to

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Reginald

not borders

Brooks

but openess

©2001-11, R.Brooks All rights reserved.

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"RealSurReal...aClone, 2001"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

Brought to you by the Finale Clone Xchange

...get what you finally want.
icon image for RealSurReal...aClone, 2001

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"Hey, U funk'n with my DNA?"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

Featuring "Creation GoDNA"
-color code your own axial DNA
icon for 'Hey!Ufunk'nwithmyDNA?'

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"9-11_remembered"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

We know that at least this many countries remember their citizens...citizens of the world really...on September 11.
icon for '9-11, remembered'

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"Naughty Physics (a.k.a. The LUFE Matrix)"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

Featuring the "LUFE Matrix: The distillation of System International (SI) units into more fundamentally base units of Space-Time (ST) dimensions"icon for 'naughty physics (a.k.a. The LUFE Matrix)'

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"Your sFace or Mine?"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

~ a face is a place ~~~ a vase of the race ~~~ a trace of the pace ~~"Return to sender ~~~ Address unknown"~ icon for 'Your sFace or Mine?'

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"Butterfly Primes"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

~ Prejudicial Numbers ~~metamorphosis~ icon for 'Butterfly Primes'

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"The Geometry of Music & Color"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

~the role of the Inverse Square Law (ISL) icon for 'Geometry of Music & Color'

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"Brooks (Base) Square & The Inverse Square Law (ISL)"

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

~The Architecture of SpaceTime (TAOST) and The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP) icon for 'Brooks (Base) Square & The Inverse Square Law (ISL)'

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"Brooks (Base) Square (BBS) interactive"

(OK for kids 17
years and
older)

~The Architecture of SpaceTime (TAOST) and The Conspicuous Absence of Primes (TCAOP) icon for 'Brooks (Base) Square (BBS) interactive'

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net.art games

(OK for kids 8
years and
older)

Dynamic Jigsaw Puzzles-easy to hard ("RealSurReal...aClone,2001", "GoDNA", ...)

The separation of Art and Science is an artifice, that, while revealing some truths, ultimately is a disservice to the greater truths...and indeed there are degrees, or layers, of truth. Science, and specifically Physics and all its underlings...the subsets of Chemistry and Biology..., is, when both its goals of objectivity and its subjective reality are accounted for, really just a form of Art. A highly disciplined form of Art in which the subjective expression of an experience is given form.

In Science, as witnessed by the "Scientific Method", we subjectively spell out a hypothesis...a question really...which we try to answer, i.e. prove or disprove by objective means. The better the science the better that a simple question is asked and answered with the least number of potential variables embedded. Those variables become choices and choices are subjective in that we must make editorial decisions as to which variables to allow in or out, or to control, as best we can.

Such scientific inquiry and expression in the form of data gathering, summation, evaluation, distribution and application to the "real" world is no different from...and entirely a subset of...the world of Art. Every work of art asks a question, battles with objective and subjective choices of means, methods and expressions, culminating in its "answer"...its form of expression. In many cases, Science is a more disciplined and rigorously applied Art...but Art it is, nevertheless. And what is Art but the manifestation of our experience in a form that can be perceived by another. It is the interface between the numbers which form existence and the spacetime which expresses it. ~Reginald Brooks, 3/19/07

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net.art index | netart01: RealSurReal...aClone, 2001 | netart02: Hey!Ufunk'n with my DNA? | netart03: 9-11_remembered | netart04: Naughty Physics (a.k.a. The LUFE Matrix) | netart05: Your sFace or Mine? | netart06: Butterfly Primes | netart07: Geometry of Music & Color | Art Theory 101: PIN, DNA, LUFE Matrix index | net.games (including GoDNA) | site map | home