Ennealogic 2012: Week 10
We lost the comma. Life is simpler that way. Less noise. More rayon. More bad stand-up comedy.
Here are our nine favorite things from the week, listed in CHAOTIC order (oxymoron).
1. This comprehensive way of describing a black hole experience.
2. Wakefield Press. An excellent publisher of obscure/seminal surrealist literature. We’ve recevied a few of their books and will be reviewing them ASAP.
3. Early look at some of the art/concepts that will be utilized in the design of Volume 3 (by Jacob van Loon).
4. This quote from the notorious R. Dower:
“The body is something like a universe. The mind is something like the empty space holding it all together. The bank account is something like God.”
5. Solar storms barraging earth. “Two strong solar flares erupted from the surface of the sun late Tuesday (March 6), blasting a wave of plasma and charged particles toward Earth. After speeding through space at 4 million mph, this eruption of material — called a coronal mass ejection (CME) — should be hitting Earth now.”
6. Robert Golka’s ball-light/fireball experiments on YouTube.
7. This not-so-scientifically conducted study which suggests that reading surreal fiction could make you smarter. We knew it all along. Preaching to the choir, this one.
8. This David Lynch monograph. Ivestment piece?
9. “I love my family. Potato, potato, potato.”
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[Feature image from ArtAbsolutement]
Portland did seem unseasonably for about four days beginning on March 6th.