Tuesday, September 25, 2012


"For purposes of this discussion, ideal is virtually perfect authenticity. Imagine a point at the center of a sphere. Of the dimensions defining the sphere, the point at which all show no bias in either direction along each dimension is the authentic description of the sphere.

"The visualization is intended to show that to be real, requires little 'volume'. The sphere assumes three dimensions but there could be more. Time for instance.

"If one must deal with uncertain and/or unauthentic bias along one or more dimensions, a much larger volume is usually required. You are more likely to find what you are looking for if the 'volume' containing the destination is small."

"Like the fovea of the human retina."

"Or the middle path."

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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