Rusty, the Tin Man:
"Cruelity/ideas arise in other ways. From "spaces created," for which they can manifest? "I needed "a Heart," and so too my father, the Bicentennial Man changed. Until, we now dream."
There has always been this pursuit to define the computer technologies advancement to what can be dreamed? Validation and discoveries of the self needed to be understood to know that this quality will never be instilled in something that is non human.
".....Number theory is the type of math that describes the swirl in the head of a sunflower and the curve of a chambered nautilus....."
I've included some quotes below for consideration. One might find some relation between the Dalton board and the founders of probability theory? The validation of Pascal's triangle as to what may be emergent in selection of a number process?
"Where a dictionary proceeds in a circular manner, defining a word by reference to another, the basic concepts of mathematics are infinitely closer to an indecomposable element", a kind of elementary particle" of thought with a minimal amount of ambiguity in their definition. Alain Connes"
"Under the influence of axiomatic and bookish traditions, man perceived in discontinuity the first mathematical Being: "God created the integers and the rest is the work of man." This maxim spoken by the algebraist Kronecker reveals more about his past as a banker who grew rich through monetary speculation than about his philosophical insight. There is hardly any doubt that, from a psychological and, for the writer, ontological point of view, the geometric continuum is the primordial entity. If one has any consciousness at all, it is consciousness of time and space; geometric continuity is in some way inseparably bound to conscious thought."
"Number theory is the type of math that describes the swirl in the head of a sunflower and the curve of a chambered nautilus. Bhargava says it's also hidden in the rhythms of classical Indian music, which is both mathematical and improvisational. He sees close links between his two loves -- both create beauty and elegance by weaving together seemingly unconnected ideas."
Namagiri, the consort of the lion god Narasimha. Ramanujan believed that he existed to serve as Namagiri¬¥s champion - Hindu Goddess of creativity. In real life Ramanujan told people that Namagiri visited him in his dreams and wrote equations on his tongue.
This last quote is very important, although it may seem totally detached from reality?