Enigma 232: The judgement of Paris - From New Scientist #1378, 6th October 1983 [link] One day, a handsome shepherd named Paris was minding his own business, when three goddesses hove on sight...
Monday, November 21, 2005
Illustration Friday - Free
Free brings to mind free will. And that's something I'm not sure exists. Of course I act like it exists, moment to moment and expect others to, too.
But is there really such a thing?
Experimentally the evidence is not so good. We may individually think we act freely yet advertising seems to pay...
These are self-portraits one in the mirror and one unreflected.
Inspired by Grey Matter Gruel self-portraits including hands.