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How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
SM0K3SCR33N
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Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
Yeah! That's right...You cant.

So STFU! Wizard1

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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 11:53 AM)
Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


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Bob Ross's reality includes happy trees.




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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
CPL  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:15 PM)
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 11:53 AM)
Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


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Bob Ross's reality includes happy trees.




Who dat?

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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
you can paint fine pictures of real cats without knowing everything about them
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
singing spider2  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:21 PM)
you can paint fine pictures of real cats without knowing everything about them

Cats are an illusion.

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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
Chemically then building upwards.
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
a mathematician?
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:16 PM)
CPL  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:15 PM)
Bob Ross's reality includes happy trees.




Who dat?

Bob Ross was a painter that taught people how to paint. He's a cool dude. If you watch his show, he'll teach you to paint anything that he's painting.

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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
CPL  Wrote: (07-17-2017 03:33 PM)
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:16 PM)
Who dat?

Bob Ross was a painter that taught people how to paint. He's a cool dude. If you watch his show, he'll teach you to paint anything that he's painting.

Thank you very much.

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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 11:53 AM)
Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


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why would i try to paint a picture of reality. I would just use my cell phone and take a picture of it.

Hey wait! Reality looks exactly like my boner!!
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
SM0K3SCR33N  Wrote: (07-17-2017 11:53 AM)
Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


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This paints an interesting question, one I've been dealing with lately and that is ambiguity versus certainty.

I've noticed that more creative people seem to be able to deal with ambiguity much easier than analytical people, if I can make that distinction.

Even at the basic level of tools which each use, engineer vs artist. The artists tools tend to be more ambiguous in design vs an engineer's tool kit like cae or cad.

Creative people don't seem to mind too much the unknowns, I think what they do is reduce it down to what they think are the most important elements. For instance an artist imagines a bridge over the river and draws what they conceive of as a bridge while the engineer begins measuring the river at 100 foot stations to get cross sections of the river to determine the best point of crossing.

Interesting subject to be sure.

I found your OP to be vague and ambiguous, but chose to use it as a point of creation instead of analysis and this was against my nature.
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:39 PM)
a mathematician?

https://youtu.be/1EGDCh75SpQ
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 01:39 PM)
a mathematician?

https://youtu.be/1EGDCh75SpQ

What I think is interesting about that, is that when you approach mathematics in the context of philosophy this whole world of what we think is concrete information is suddenly seen as something illusory.

There is no number 1 in this universe. You can say you have 1 pencil, but that pencil is not the number 1. The number 1 is an artificial construct that we humans made up to organize the world around us.

Yet the construct of mathematics is based upon logic and the logic is seemingly so reliable that billions of people have been able to agree upon at least it's basic set of rules and exchange information with it.

But it's all imaginary.
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RE: How can one paint a picture of "reality"...
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Without first knowing everything there is to know about "reality"? Anon


link to image: http://pa1.narvii.com/6338/b7f8e1e5a5f85...d14_hq.gif

This paints an interesting question, one I've been dealing with lately and that is ambiguity versus certainty.

I've noticed that more creative people seem to be able to deal with ambiguity much easier than analytical people, if I can make that distinction.

Even at the basic level of tools which each use, engineer vs artist. The artists tools tend to be more ambiguous in design vs an engineer's tool kit like cae or cad.

Creative people don't seem to mind too much the unknowns, I think what they do is reduce it down to what they think are the most important elements. For instance an artist imagines a bridge over the river and draws what they conceive of as a bridge while the engineer begins measuring the river at 100 foot stations to get cross sections of the river to determine the best point of crossing.

Interesting subject to be sure.

I found your OP to be vague and ambiguous, but chose to use it as a point of creation instead of analysis and this was against my nature.


Refraining from Hooking on to a Limited perception of reality and NOT going insane is the trick.... chuckle
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