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March 11, 2020

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What a lovely piece of art! It is beautiful and serene. And definitely much more interesting than a circle.

Rather than see the Endo as proof of imperfection, why not see it as proof of perfection? A different prefection.whatever that hand paints in each second is the perfect sum of conscious and unconscious forces that work by laws known and unknown perfectly.

What makes the computer perfect circle are the same forces that make the enzo. They are both the result of perfect forces working exactly according to laws, precisely the result of the forces that produce both.

Let's not call perfection imperfection. Let's understand the perfection.

Clearly the author is not an artist.

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