IMAGINING SCIENCE

Once their faces were turned
outwards, men became
unable to see themselves,
and that is our great weakness.
No longer able to see ourselves,
we imagine ourselves.

René Daumal, The Head Inside Out

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Bobby&Stillman in the Science Library

Fantastic exhibition on in UCL’s Science Library.

THAMES TIDES: A moving image exhibition by Susi Arnott & Crispin Hughes

art, maths, movies and point-of-view

Bobby and Stillman. Thames Tides, Susi Arnott, Crispin Hughes, Professor Sofia Olhede,UCL,Science Library

We’re putting the show up tomorrow Wed. 26th July ready for the public on Thursday 27th. See here for details.

Susi and/or Crispin will be in the gallery on July 28th August 1st&2nd, 9th&10th, 19th, 23rd, 30th September 4th, 22nd.

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VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER

Unfortunately, catastrophes or scandalous disclosures always have to happen before humanity realises that it is only its own mistakes that have led it into misfortune. These are all the more difficult to rectify, because in the main they have been made by the authorities, who will not commit suicide themselves, but in order to save their own skins, they would rather that all Life should perish before they acknowledge their errors.

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I think it would have been very much better, had Newton contemplated how the apple got up there in the first place.

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Everything flows, floats and moves.  There is no state of equilibrium – there is no state of rest.

Viktor Schauberger.