I love fools' experiments. I am always making them.
- Charles Darwin (1809-1882)
I See Said the Blind Poet - A Incipit planksip® Inspiration
These ancient games of chance, thrown down in front of us reveals randomness. Foolish? Perhaps, but the outcome become predictible with information or at that's the theory. Do not discount the value of the Classics, specifically Homer, whomever they were.
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Games of Chance with a Throw of the Astraguli
The merger between art and artist is ephemeral. Open for interpretation the community can contribute at will, this stage play and performance, commanded by the narrative is not a restriction but a path forward. Contribute, if you are up to the challenge. Learn more!