but the fuzzy neurology aside, let me tell you what happened
once I was at the intersection that gave me irresistible access
(push & shove) back here:
So I set out on a really big road trip
through as much kaleidoscopic symmetry as I could find/make:
yes I was looking for The Stig
--and I found Gort--
a reverent & irreverent twin study
—yes; The Stig's personal ancestry includes his life and work as Gort.
His better-than-monkish silence, his unprecedented driving skills (licensed for light years), and his love of Theremin alien lullabies prepared him to get around the universe in tune
—but that was a dream job from which The Stig has retired
to drive vehicles on Top Gear in a circle the diameter of the Gort-guarded flying saucer spacecraft in the 1951 release of
Day the Earth Stood Still, the film in which Klaatu through Michael Rennie made the earth still for thirty minutes, to the delight of Sam Jaffe as Professor Barnhardt, physicist, and Einstein substitute (a la Equal Brand sweetener) whose equation (identified by Klaatu as a problem in celestial mechanics) is accelerated by the space traveler's help
on a chalkboard Hilda was about to erase before Klaatu's caution against that erasure startles her.
Klaatu & Bobby interact with Barnhard's equation:
Barnhard with blackboard equation:
Einstein with blackboard equation:
(from father wooley.com)
I also like (kaleidoscoping further) Sam Jaffe also as the medical guru heading Ben Casey's Hospital
whose man woman birth death infinity
linked well with gort klaatu barata nictoe
as echoes and translations —a Limited Fork Theory system of kaleidoscopic symmetry,
and Patricia Neal's saying as Helen Benson gort klaatu barata nictoe
did indeed mean that a matter of life and death had surfaced, as this apparent infinite loop of birth and death has always been for the abbreviated always that humanity can already claim.
So round and round the loop drives The Stig, as fast as he can
for the love of orbits
within what's possible for the vehicles he pilots: the body (whether robot, terminator-in-training or something else, oddly fantastic circular melange) in The Stig suit and helmet and the car.
Professor Barnhard's equation:
Einstein writing equation on blackboard (close-up):
A reality in which Einstein has Hilda-type help variation:
(from science after sunclipse)
Standing still is the death of Limited Fork which depends on, move with, lives as interaction, as motion, as event, as evidence thereof; so when the earth stood still, there were marks of prior motion, evidence of ceased activity; the fork limited to artifact, at rest; the fork not forking, but forked to death, the tines more etched and defined, the kaleidoscope fixed, singular perspective, no way to turn what could be a dial if turned; an unvisited gallery in which no movement results in no visitation if nothing moves.
So I am intrigued by that Day on which there were ethical exceptions to what was stilled; a beauty of exception, a marvelousness of exclusion.
Maybe a last act before immobility will be a meeting of all tines, a converging movement into an ultimate entanglement, a tying into a bow as a gift of peace, still(ed) moment? if time has stopped? still(ed) day/night? if day/night/time has stopped? Light is event, and stops. Darkness is event? State of being dark? Active darkness? Or the appearance of cessation itself, the look and feel of cessation?
Singularity? Outcome of the fusion of everything multiplied by the zero that is part of an all-inclusive all-embracing everything.
Solved and unsolved universes
Further kaleidoscopic perspectives in a collage system of travel toward a gift of meaning:
Day the Earth Stood Still 1951 warning of hope excerpt:
and a remix, a double take, a delayed twin, updated, clone raised apart yet interacting with certain gist, certain marks,
certain fields of information:
The Day The Earth Stood Still (2008) - Official Trailer (HD) - The funniest movie is here. Find it