Ode To A Flower - Science Vs Art

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Misc

Richard Feynman, from the BBC Interview for Horizon "The Pleasure of Finding Things Out"
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Male 1,216
@OldOllie, I don`t think all artists think the same way.
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Male 5,824
@carmium,
Wow! I think I might be a little bit of a better person after having read your comment. It was...elegant!
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Male 15,832
Kinda makes you feel sorry for artists.
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Female 6,381
Beauty is the least objective value we can put on a flower - or anything else. Our minds convert our desire to see things like symmetry, balance, complexity, and strong colors into what we call "beauty," yet it varies from person to person. Our life experiences, the people we`ve known, and things that have imprinted memories on us, all affect our perceptions on what is attractive. If we could learn to see the many levels of beauty in a flower, perhaps we`d learn to do the same with each other.
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Male 126
Gotta love Feynman.
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Male 5,617
"Now, explain gravity, you colorless f*ck!!"
JK...
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Female 8,044
Link: Ode To A Flower - Science Vs Art [Rate Link] - Richard Feynman, from the BBC Interview for Horizon `The Pleasure of Finding Things Out`
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