Saturday, June 15, 2013

Accomplishments Reacting Against Nature

Here I don't mean conventional un-environmental categories. Instead, I mean ideas which have not been promoted in nature, yet which may be advantageous. My method is typological, inspired in part by an architect's book called Siteless: 1001 Building Forms, which is remarkably creative. Here is the list:

Architecture, institutions, and applications

Industrial and aesthetic objects

Quality time, psychology, and info-culture

Volition, mathematics, and criticism

The soul, prudence, and mental powers

Electricity and other channels

Tactical and praxial knowledge

Politics, isms, memes, and tropes

Telepathy, Immortality, Invulnerability

Invisibility, Teleportation, and Perpetual Motion

Airplane travel, hovervehicles, espionage

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