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The Annals of Semiology, Volume 666…

Signs of our times…



Many, Many more examples of the communications arts at SignSpotting.

As we erect our displays, we might recall that on this date in 1618, Johannes Kepler discovered the principal of planetary motion that he called “the harmonics law”…  and that (however improbably) influenced Goethe in the development of his Theory of Color– a little-read and fundamentally-incorrect, but fascinating critique of Newton’s theories of light and color.  In any case, a noble quest…  for surely, as John Ruskin observed, “of all God’s gifts to the sighted man, color is holiest, the most divine, the most solemn.”


The colorful Johannes Kepler

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May 15, 2009 at 1:01 am

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