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 that the copius utilisation of my pen and ink drawings,

 throughout the [TIME] of my blogging here in cyberspace,

 has not gone unnoticed, but having been encouraged during

 my ART, MATHS and SCIENCE studies at Grammar School to

 begin using sketch books to record my thoughts and IDEAS

 I have never stopped doing so since. 

 The creative process is not just iterative; it’s also recursive.
 It plays out “in the large” and “in the small”—in defining
 the broadest goals and concepts and refining the smallest
 details. It branches like a tree, and each choice has  
 ramifications, which may not be known in advance and this
 became particularly relevant to my very first discovery of
 Leonardo's own pen and ink drawings and especially of
 that
 which he himself imagined as DVODECEDRON ELEVA,
 which I have log-since envisioned by way of my own copied
 version of same as the global core of my NEW YIN/YANG
 MODEL for an equally represented FEMALE/MALE UNITED
 representative assembly of the all the peoples of all the
 nations of Planet Earth as custodians of all the PASSENGERS  
 of SPACESHIP EARTH as Buckminster Fuller himself so
 succinctly proposed.         

 Recursion also suggests a procedure that “calls” or
 includes itself. Many engineers define the design process
 as a recursive function:  discover > define > design > 
 develop > deploy • IN order, however, that we should 
 learn and communicate visually, through colour and shape  
 as well as the traditionally accepted modus operandi - as
 a standard practice for all who would learn - [IT] has  
 long since been envisaged that some kind of fit for purpose
 hand-held communications device should be developed to
 assist the process - and so entered the Tablet Computer.


 Most ideas come from previous ideas !!! 
  and have over TIME transmogrified into the reality of FORM follows IDEA




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