” sunday wheather report : charles fourier “

The passions that divide us are a multitude in gradations but in summary there are only 810 characters. Nature distributes the characters in a random way among the children of both genders then 810 children randomly chosen have all the perfections of human Spirit. Each of them will be provided with the ability to be the great figures of Past as Homer, Ceaser, Netwton etc.

I have made a calculation looking at the current French population that is 36 million of people : I divided 36 million by 810 and the result is forty five thousand in France are as the poet Homer, another forty five thousand are as Newton and so on.

That is possible if from the age of three they have a proper natural Education hence in France it will be 45000 groups of people of the same character.

In the Future when the planet will be organised and populated by three billion people, we will have on the planet 37 million poets like Homer, 37 million scientists like Netwon, 37 million artist like Molière and so on all the natural talents.

(I done an approximate estimate and I wish not be taken literally.)

 

Charles Fourier, Théorie des Quatre Mouvements, 1808.

 

 


 

 

photograph by rinaldo rasa, venice spring 2019

 

 

 

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sunday june 16, 2019


 

 

 

 

” venice carnival 2018 : the masked ones : photographs taken by rinaldo rasa “

 

photographs taken in the first half month of february in venice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


i ask to you dear aficionados, please do not divulgate thi(e)s(e) picture(s) outside the experienceofthinking friday february 16 2018

venetian mannequin mask photographed

 

 

the door of the shop  is up. and a mannequin looks at the photographer. carnival in venice started on 1978 and since then never stop. neither in summer neither in autumn etc. etc. the show goes on. (early on morning photo by rinaldo rasa, few weeks ago in venice.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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saturday july 22 2017