Fractals Are Our Friend April 30, 2008Posted by Mark Folse in cryptic envelopment, Dancing Bear, Toulouse Street.
Tags: 25, Albert Hoffman, fractals, Jerry Garcia
So, some Swiss guy passed on at 102, or so I just read. Apparently he did something important in the realm of chemistry. I’m not sure what the problem was he worked on, but apparently the Solution was 25. We like to keep up on such things here on Toulouse Street, especially if these have any tendency toward The Odd. In remembrance of this science dude, whoever he was, we offer the following lovely mathematical abstract representation of, uh, well, I don’t know: an Experience. Just go with the flow. You’re in the hands of experts.
I rather like the video I posted last December better, but I can never hear this song too many times. Neither can you. Surrender yourself to the Gospel of Garcia. And then there’s the fractals, such a lovely tribute to all things
If I were the last astronaut left alive on the trip to Jupiter, this would be the end of my movie.