I never could make it through the book precisely because of the Bach. I enjoy his mind and have read other works, but I had to suffer through music theory between seven and 10 years old and while it’s certainly nicely mathematical I couldn’t see any mysticism in it nor consciousness. Do I believe there is a music of the spheres that is never ending? Perhaps ultimately in sounds we may never hear with our current ears. But I see time as what binds this together, not infinity. The song has a birth, a life, a death. Fractal generated by a computer program begins and eventually ends, living in the middle. It may have its grain : the width of four parts, the imaginary/real – bifurcation / Mandelbrot dynamic tensions, the width of a pencil lead times the span of illusion, but all require a coming together space and time. And that is our experiencing of those transient algorithms and creations across time. Our imagination has better compression and expansion. They can make seem permanent a sometime long past.

I never could make it through the book precisely because of the Bach. I enjoy his mind and have read other works, but I had to suffer through music theory between seven and 10 years old and while it’s certainly nicely mathematical I couldn’t see any mysticism in it nor consciousness.

Do I believe there is a music of the spheres that is never ending? Perhaps ultimately in sounds we may never hear with our current ears.

But I see time as what binds this together, not infinity.

The song has a birth, a life, a death.

Fractal generated by a computer program begins and eventually ends, living in the middle.

It may have its grain : the width of four parts, the imaginary/real – bifurcation / Mandelbrot dynamic tensions, the width of a pencil lead times the span of illusion, but all require a coming together space and time.

And that is our experiencing of those transient algorithms and creations across time.

Our imagination has better compression and expansion. They can make seem permanent a sometime long past.

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