How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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In the Rorshack test, those ink blots aren't really pictures of anything. What they are are... well, ink blots. But those blots take on identity and meaning through observation. You seem them as something. It doesn't mean that that one blot is a butterfly and the other is your mom fellating a dog- it's just an ink blot.

Reality works the same way. I'm not typing at a computer, except that myself and everyone else percieve that the computer exists- including the computer. We've been ingrained to see the same thing in an infinite universe that can present any face it desires- because it is infinite. Infinite not just in dimensions, but in possibilities.

This kinda gets into that whole "nothing is true/everything is true" thing.

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