Category Archives: my research

Cubes Upon Cubes

The cubes of the Cube-O-Probe are color coded to make it easy to constitute different aggregates from the several sets. The following is one cube set of dichotomies taken from what I term the Covert Pairs of the experiential learning … Continue reading

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Cutting to Pairs

Toward the end of Formal, Transcendental, & Dialectical Thinking Errol E. Harris, writes: (2) The ultimate character of the universal whole Development of the last topic would naturally lead into reflection upon the second question raised for discussion. Is the … Continue reading

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Generating Paradox – Glimpsing Some Pre-work

  Once again my generous colleagues in the Experiential Learning Community of Practice (LinkedIn news and discussion feed) have invited me to present to members and anybody else who can find their way to quarterly virtual meeting. It takes place … Continue reading

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Coincidentally Fragile

  Confusions about probability cause probable errors. A possible conjunction supposes a chance of eventuation and has a chance of happening, yet after it has happened its chances of happening collapse to unity by virtue of the happening having occurred. … Continue reading

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As Below, So Above

My essay, Liberating the Stars From Space & Time, when completed. will complete the narrative concerned with how I came to necessarily etch a limit to my philosophical ability, and, in doing so, squish thousands of years of astrology into tools able to exist … Continue reading

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The Fate of Public Libraries

The fate of public libraries is unknown. However, perhaps a random delivery from the Cube-O-Probe set to the Heaven & Hell four square format could induce compelling intuitions and predictive  abductions. This capture might benefit from facilitation.

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New squareONE Tool: Cube-O-Probe

    [Above: random Cube-O-Probe “roll” nailed to the Heaven & Hell Mandala. In this form for interpretation, the Heavenly opportunities are betwixt the cubes in the upper right quadrant, and the Hellish obstacles are between the cubes in the … Continue reading

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Fall of the Rebel Angels

For three years I have been creatively launching visual experiments at a rapid pace. Although my sense of what this is about is theorized to a lesser degree than it would be if I was working a great or robust … Continue reading

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Generative Alchemy

Brueghel: The Alchemist The Alchemy of Symmetry – Excerpt from Brueghel’s The Alchemist S.Calhoun (2014) 10×10″ This piece is part of a large series that will likely be presented in a short film. The film is intended to show the … Continue reading

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New Music From Kamelmauz – Apparently

My music making alter ego is: Kamelmauz. He does sonic experiments and lets me produce and issue them on Duty Free Records. Finally, these records are issued on Bandcamp, in one of two locations. Got it? There today exist fourteen … Continue reading

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Roots of My Urbanology (II.)

Totem For Lakewood; 2010 S.Calhoun II. Roots of (My) Urbanology (part two of three parts) In 1972, my mother suggested that I might find Lewis Mumford interesting. Although I was mostly concerned with–in 1972–squeezing through various doors of perception, I … Continue reading

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Leave-taking is as necessary as the homecoming (I.)

I. Home Coming (part one of three parts) I dig Cleveland Heights; I’m from Cleveland Heights. My wife digs Cleveland Heights too, and we count ourselves blessed that after the challenging circumstances of my mother’s illness and passing, we moved … Continue reading

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Now Returning to Our Irregularly Scheduled Programming

Kizzy. Looking over the wash of posts oriented to the recently past political season, and the interjections of Freeplay Softball reports and a few postings of my art, I see right away the points of emphasis will soon be shifting. … Continue reading

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Science and Serendipity

Not sure the exact date of this clip from an old issue of Science; (early twenties?) The most robust concept of serendipity is found in the field of sociology of science. My opinion is that this provides, right now, the … Continue reading

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Transformative Anthropology. The Picture Inside

[…] Feynman visualized the world with pictures rather than with equations. Other physicists in the past and present describe the laws of nature with equations and then solve the equations to find out what happens. Feynman skipped the equations and … Continue reading

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What If Your Parents Had Never…?

In my continuing research into what I term transformative anthropology, or, into developmental serendipity in the human life cycle, every question or speculation is worth investigation. This includes questions considered ridiculous: “What if your parents had never met?” To which … Continue reading

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