I thought it would be interesting to drop patter so that people would have to put together what they're looking at on their own. And nothing fools you better than the lie you tell yourself.
No. No way. There is no way a theorem can be so beautiful. The integral of the exterior derivative of a k - form over a manifold is equal to the integral of the k - form over the boundary of a manifold.
No. No way. There is no way an art form can be so beautiful. While I am naturally inclined to study the intersection of the How and the Why — Physics and Philosophy — I took it upon myself to use tools from these two fields to define art.