Tuesday, May 29, 2012

archi texture

Fascinating concept - architecture.  Designs that stand the test of time.

Could be buildings, could be "ways of living".

Interesting.

7 comments:

Davoh said...

And yes, remain alive and ... as far as i know - in good health.

If someone wants to 'challenge' me on the gutless 'electronic' interwebs -

So be it. Stand in my yard.

Vest said...

Like Progressive Conservatism (which doesn't make sense) has been around since the 1800's.

Davoh said...

Actually, while quite a few of my posts don't really make much sense - this one was prompted by a recent viewing of a DVD making a case for "scientific" 'Intelligent design'.

While it didn't exactly make a case for "God", it did drill down into molecular biology ... and raised some interesting questions.

linda jones malonson said...

Love your play on "words", enjoy the way you mold them, what doesn't make sense makes a lot of sense.

The highest configuration, of anything as I see it, begin with the first piece of non-sense, could be that this makes sense to no one but me -- in such a case I don't mind being labeled crazy.

Davoh said...

Linda, without thought there isn't very much. Thought builds on thought. Takes a while, i guess. Reminds me of an ancient Greek bloke by the name of Democritus. Look 'im up. Without him, there would be no 'atomic bomb' - or someone else would have "thought" about it .... heh.

Davoh said...

On the other hand - the "idea" that human beings are capable of empathy with others - across, and outside of, 'tribal' conditioning ..is another interesting 'thought'.

linda jones malonson said...

Thank you D ...

"The knowledge of truth according to Democritus is difficult, since the perception through the senses is subjective. As from the same senses derive different impressions for each individual, then through the sense-impressions we cannot judge the truth. We can only interpret the sense data through the intellect and grasp the truth, because the truth (aletheia) is at the bottom (en bythoe)."

... this validates what I have experience. You make me smile.