flageolet pencil

Inventor: Link Starbureiy
flageolet pencil/koala krayonA flageolet pencil (or just pencil, or krayon) is a finite n-dimensional cell~ that is subject to rhetorical arrangement (ie. variation). Thus, a pencil is quantum by proxy*. It is a generator; equivalent in most instances to a hash, stew, residue, or brane declension (eg. 0-brane). Normally, flageolet pencils are not colored. (see also colored pencil)Which can propagate like a cellular automaton. Ludologically, a pencil is a toy.

Flageolet pencils lay the foundation of stew choreography; they are intonation points in cheironomy, and can be used to draw/establish melodies + grooves. Pencils may concatenate or split among themselves (this is called interaction).

Flageolet pencils are the motifs of string (à la "integration-by-parts"). There are twenty-six (26) different varieties of pencil(s). When measured, each pencil is worth some integer [1-26] multiple of one-hundred (100) ¢ents.

Note (+): The twenty-six varieties stem from the fact that The Origamic Symphony spans 26 measures in relation to EGP.


Function map: pencilRONALD