Here is a Queery-Question for you folks.
I was drawing dots arranged in squares on graph paper , when I decided to account for the ratio of a previous square whole number to its next square whole number.
I then plotted those ratios on a cartesian grid, and found that same said ratios decrease over time.
I am sure that this has been studied to death in mathematics, and I am merely a Maths beginner --- but it seems a curious phenomenon to me.
For some reason, it seems to me that the ratio of squares of a whole number to its previous whole number would stay the same.
I am really curious as to why this is.
The Singleness of Purpose
Whose Contours Ache -
A Lust for life and
Whose Woven Threads
declare Hope -
To those who
Dare to Tread
The Single Thread
A Chasm -- -- -
In January of 2o15, we moved into Our current location of Atlas Works, In Bellingham, Washington State, Us-of-A and began to experiment with prototypes for what could be constructed from recycled aluminum cans. The first result of that was The Hobo Pinwheel:
Then Came the Hobo Pinwheel 2.o - Self Regulating.
Followed by The Coconut Water Can Wind Engine
Figures and animals in Volumetric Wire
Garden Vessels in Volumetric Wire
In May of 2o17 -The Weekly publishing of "Life in Iz" Cartoons began via Rx~Press
Life in Iz Merchandise
Mechanical Planters with Wind powered features constructed from Upcycled Wood first became available in July of 2o17
We Currently have one new product ready to be released, and one more to follow on its heels
I heard a Fly buzz - when I died - (591)
BY EMILY DICKINSON
I heard a Fly buzz - when I died -
The Stillness in the Room
Was like the Stillness in the Air -
Between the Heaves of Storm -
The Eyes around - had wrung them dry -
And Breaths were gathering firm
For that last Onset - when the King
Be witnessed - in the Room -
I willed my Keepsakes - Signed away
What portion of me be
Assignable - and then it was
There interposed a Fly -
With Blue - uncertain - stumbling Buzz -
Between the light - and me -
And then the Windows failed - and then
I could not see to see -
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