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mercoledì 26 aprile 2017

# s-percept: dark perceptions inspired by (quasi-stochastic) clouds

<< "The Scream" is globally famous but there are several different hypotheses as to its inspiration >>

<< The first version of "The Scream" was released in 1893. It depicts a dark humanlike figure clutching its head in apparent horror against the backdrop of a swirling, red-orange sky >>

<< In 2004, American astronomers theorised that Munch had painted a sky brightly coloured by particle pollution from the 1883 Krakatoa volcanic eruption >>

<< But the new paper, presented at a meeting of the European Geosciences Union in Vienna, [Helene Muri, a researcher at the University of Oslo] said he more likely depicted a rare sighting of "mother-of-pearl" clouds over Oslo >>

Mariette  Le  Roux. Weird clouds may have inspired 'The Scream':  scientists. Apr. 24,  2017.

https://m.phys.org/news/2017-04-weird-clouds-haveinspired-scientists.html

also:

quasi-stochastic poetry

http://inkpi.blogspot.it/

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