Objective: To use jigsaw puzzles as a parallel process for the study of the levels of reality.
|Once upon a time,
the pieces from 11 puzzles got dumped into a single bag.
|Now it’s time to put them back together.
Can we learn something about reality along the way?
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|First thoughts.||A daunting beginning.|
|A survey of ontologies.||This is going to take forever.|
|Second thoughts.||This is taking forever.|
|Second thoughts adjusted for daily life.||Birds migrating. … Or showing off.|
|The Ape Con Myth lies within the constructed levels.
From its perspective, the landscape of reality is a more basic affair.
The abstract is blurred out in favor of the concrete; the ideal forsaken for the real.
The possibility of the unknown is lost to controlled calculations in search of predicted results.
|Self explanatory?||From left to right, vegetation = material, water and sky = mental,
and man-made structures and dividing lines = social.
|The level we’ve spent far too much time on.||By far, the easiest table.|
|The most underutilized resource on the planet.||A study of the blues.|
|Click for the “answers”.||By far, the most frustrating.|
|There are a lot of pieces.
Many look similar and share like qualities.
They are all connected,
but most of them do not go together.
|Everything is subject to change.
It’s sand castles as far as the eye can see.
|Moving into the final phase…|
|That is the question.||There they are…|
|This isn’t the answer, but it’s what we are dealing with nonetheless.
As such, this is the territory Ape Con Myth will explore.
|Somehow, only 13 pieces were missing.|
|See what the puzzles are up to now: 00033 – The Yellow Tree Granfalloon|