Emergence, In Fifty-five – Words Section Three, Earth; Part Sixteen, Existence, Collected Chapters

 

 

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Day 113, April 23rd, 2017

 

Chapter One: Flesh

 

The flesh remembers.

 

The record of our experiences are pounded into our corporeal form, cell by cell.

 

Bodies change with every new experience, Each moment of perception is a new thread, engrams of memory, proteins woven into the fabric of life. Like a tapestry, they are an endowment, a heritage passed on to our descendants.

 

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Day 114, April 24th, 2017

 

Chapter Two: Bi Pedal

 

The interactive relationship between the creature, the animal, its body, and the environment determined the spectrum of its consciousness.

 

Standing against the pull of gravity under the weight of Earth’s atmosphere, balancing on two legs, these differentiated human beings from every other creature, the pivot on a central axis, dancing on two feet, and walking.

 

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Day 115, April 25th, 2017

 

Chapter Three: Stereo Hearing

 

Talking; the verbal sharing of ideas, feelings, perceptions, aural communications; the use of sound waves is deliberate. It is slow and luxuriant compared to the speed of light, which itself cannot compare to the instantaneous transfer of thought in a quantum field.

 

They are the crashing of waves through the body, adding depth to insight.

 

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Day 116, April 26th, 2017

 

Chapter Four: Binocular Vision

 

Bands of light cross the full spectrum, piercing organic lenses from corner to corner, one-hundred and eighty degrees, light reflecting off of every object in the field of vision, light and shadow refracting in a wide array of color, creating depth by which we determine distance, and find our way through three dimensions of space.

 

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Day 117, April 27th, 2017

 

Chapter Five: Hemispheric Brain

 

The brain was split in two, and this architecture served as kind of cognitive override.

 

If the messages from the brain stem flooded the organ with fear, desire, or any other strong feeling, the force of it was divided.

 

The human being was split down the middle, left for right.

 

It was an organic duality.

 

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Day 118, April 28th, 2017

 

Chapter Six: Thirst

 

The human body is water.

 

The body needs water, as it needs oxygen to fill the lungs, fill blood cells racing through veins, into tissues.

 

To thirst is to know that the end is near. It will drive the average person mad. The knowledge that death is approaching, and the end of the body’s suffering.

 

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Day 119, April 29th, 2017

 

Chapter Seven: Duality

 

The whole body is a cognitive organ, not just the brain, cerebellum, and cerebral cortex.

 

The body senses, and remembers.

 

The whole being is contained in the tiniest part, in the nucleus of every cell. It pushes us forward, a chemical drive feeding the quantum field of creativity, a neural net rooted in organic chemistry.

 

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Section Three, Earth

Part Sixteen, Existence

 

Collected Chapters

 

01 Flesh

02 Bi Pedal

03 Stereo Hearing

04 Binocular Vision

05 Hemispheric Brain

06 Thirst

07 Duality

 

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