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Consciousness Of Yellow

Consciousness has been a problematic topic for scientists and philosophers alike.  Recent technological advancements have enlivened research activity in the cognitive sciences; psychology, anthropology, neuropsychology, and neuroscience.  Computer scientists studying artificial intelligence question whether or not it will be possible for a machine to be conscious.  Here we are in the 21st century, and fundamental questions remain unanswered.  

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Obstruction of Clarity No. 2: Trip to NYC and Morristown NJ

My wife and I spent a long weekend in NYC and Morristown NJ in early June.  The weekend was filled with great food (employees only, shake shack, etc), a few walks through central park, a stop a Bemelman's Bar to see his Madeline paintings, and a visit to the Neue Museum where we had a chance to see the Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer: Woman in Gold exhibit.  If you are in New York this summer visit the gallery.  The show is open through September 7th.  

Fun aside, the trip included stops to see two of my paintings, one in Harlem and another, a recent commission, in Morristown, NJ.  The Morristown painting was delivered the day before our arrival, just in time for me to help my newest patrons hang the work.  

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