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From The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood by James Gleick: It was once thought that a perfect language should have an exact one-to-one correspondence between words and their meanings. There should be no ambiguity, no vagueness, no confusion. Our earthly...
Its been a while since I posted anything on this blog, but now Im back.This is a very cool collection of videos, a lesson about every single element on the periodic table. Featuring Professor and a really awesome reaction, heres one about one of my favourite...
From A Dictionary of Symbols by Juan Eduardo Cirlot (translated by Jack Sage): In astrology they are called terrestrial or subterranean planets, because of the analogous correspondences between the planets and the metals. For this reason astrologers consider...

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From The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood by James Gleick: It was once thought that a perfect language should have an exact one-to-one correspondence between words and their meanings. There should be no ambiguity, no vagueness, no confusion. Our earthly...
Its been a while since I posted anything on this blog, but now Im back.This is a very cool collection of videos, a lesson about every single element on the periodic table. Featuring Professor and a really awesome reaction, heres one about one of my favourite...
From A Dictionary of Symbols by Juan Eduardo Cirlot (translated by Jack Sage): In astrology they are called terrestrial or subterranean planets, because of the analogous correspondences between the planets and the metals. For this reason astrologers consider...