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Looks Like a Black Swan Event to Me

Nikola Tesla is a black swan in this swarm of phantasmagoria. Dominating cultures compete (not really) yet are fictionalized in time lines of actor-based rehearsals of comprehension. Does anything transcend the semantics before us?

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Looks Like a Black Swan Event to Me

The present is theirs; the future, for which I really worked, is mine.

- Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)

Mine, Mine, Mine and the Chaos that Ensues - Another planksip® Möbius

Mine, Mine, Mine and the Chaos that Ensues - Another planksip® Möbius

Looks Like a Black Swan Event to Me

Nikola Tesla is a black swan in this swarm of phantasmagoria. Dominating cultures compete (not really) yet are fictionalized in time lines of actor-based rehearsals of comprehension. Does anything transcend the semantics before us? Historical awareness is informing and ends where it ends, no need for historical dialectics as a means of predicting future events. Historians concur in generations, where as post-modernists deconstruct. Not to be confused with the scientific utility of reductionism, complete and total deconstruction is chaos. Isn't this what we are trying to avoid? Order within structures is imperative to the categorical of doubt that binds the Descarte's cogito to Kant. Impossible you say? Perhaps, so let's move on. The outcome survives as intellectually poetic and Epicurean in retrospective contemplation.


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Nikola Tesla

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