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The memory of a shape [incident] halfs (sic) in intensity each times it is thought about until it becomes as finite as ‘forgetting’ allows.

The triangular situation contains three memories, constantly bouncing off each other – this [like a dual situation] perpetuates the intensity but cuts the speed. Triangular circumstances can therefore be lengthy processes dwindling away in direct proportion to the degree of equilateral balance in the triangle.

A figure is infinitely divisible; there can be no ultimate units, either finite or sizeless.


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