Google are celbrating the 20th anniversary of the HUBBLE TELESCOPE today. By decorating the google home page with a cosmological landscape. I recently tuned into Hubble and Finnegans wake, and turned up the word Hubbleforth, that I wanted to share on this 20th anniversary.Furthermore, Hubble's constant plays a part in experimental physics, and experimental theories … Continue reading "Hubbleforth slouch" Finnegans Wake and Hubble’s constant
I often search the wake for terms and words of interest to me, on a whim. Here I simply quote to instance of the word VOLCANO in the wake. I suspect Joyce surrounded these words with others of a similar nature, or with a strong affinity with one another; a node/cluster of Volcanic fall out. … Continue reading Finnegans Wake vs. The Volcano
"One great part of every human existence is passed in a state which cannot be rendered sensible by the use of wideawake language, cutanddry grammar and goahead plot. --JAMES JOYCE, Referring to Finnegans Wake in a letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver (1926-11-24)" I have a playman's or better yet ploughman's interest in physics, science and … Continue reading RAW V.A.L.I.S JOYCE & HOLO-GRAMIC PROSE?
Twenty Twelve Line Verses to 'the tale of the tribe' (v3.0) by Fly Agaric 23To be printed as TWENTY TRIANGLES to build an Icosohedron.Thanks to Mark Pesce for kicking this into 'hyperspace'GymJoyceOilysseasMetempsyficPortrait ProsodyEpiphany ProcessMudernism QuarkitectIconoclaste CosmologistHolographish Cubed EarwickerWaking Finnegan Stephen DeadalusVicorecourse Bruwnitsche IbsenPoundUbermatrix Holocalips TranslitteringClaudeShannonInternetsCyberneticMaxim FourierInformation TheoryRevolution ScientistCommunicate MicroprocessComplexity Coding ShannonbitNyquist Equations Weaver LanguageCalculating Holographique … Continue reading Twenty Twelve Line Verses v3.0 (Icosoheedrome)
Sunday, March 28, 2010 Death of Yeats end of Irish literary revival, says Pound, Noh enthusiast By EZRA POUND Special to The Japan Times June 5, 1939 The death of William Butler Yeats [who died Jan. 28, 1939] closes the great era of the Irish literary revival. That death will doubtless have been duly recorded … Continue reading Death of Yeats end of Irish literary revival, says Pound, Noh enthusiast