Treasure Island

Jason Palmer

(5 April 1971 / Huddersfield)

Meaning


What does it mean?

No Idea!

Pick a faith

Choose a story

You sure?

Yea, any will do

For meaning?

Something to give, meaning

The sun, the moon, pick a god, any will do



All is well

Time Flows

Newton grasps more

Darwin Debates Devilishly

Disaster!



Faith Fails

Sartre Screws

Science Scrabbles

Fractals Flunk

Chaos comes

Chaos explains

Chaos works

No idea, means,

NO IDEA!

Submitted: Thursday, December 11, 2008

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  • Jason Palmer (12/17/2008 1:07:00 PM)

    This is about the journey I have taken, through philosophy that has ended with chaos theory, hence the reference to fractals. (Report) Reply

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