Laxian Key (page 1)

Squaring the Circle...

Can it really be beyond the compass of the human mind to at least regulate this constant cycle of conflict in the Middle East? Well, maybe it is - but here's a suggestion for closure where the expenditure involved would seem to comprise mainly that of a few brain cells, a commodity we all have in plentiful supply.

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Adam | Reply 06.02.2015 10.44

Yes I appreciate the analogy. This is Ed and DB''s passion. Music and peace without politics in the way. There is much to do yet I am sure. But this is a start.

John Cronin | Reply 05.02.2015 14.03

It's like conducting an orchestra made up of the entirety of humanity and finding, much to one's surprise, that they can be coordinated and will work together.

John Cronin | Reply 05.02.2015 13.56

The 'Key' makes use of maths, of course, the simplest geometric progression, that of 1:2:4:8:16...and I believe there's a certain music to found in it as well.

Adam | Reply 05.02.2015 11.28

Thank you so much for you swift reply, John. This visual is great for me. Edward is the one for music and maths which he loves. I am very hopeful about this.

John Cronin | Reply 05.02.2015 09.45

Thus other methods, ones far less violent and objectionable must be brought into play and so game concludes by abandoning direct conflict for direct talks.

John Cronin | Reply 05.02.2015 09.13

The best explanation is to use a simple visual one. The conflict is like two fists hitting each other constantly, each trying to force the other out of the way.

John Cronin 05.02.2015 09.32

Under such reversed conditions, both fists must now break off from battle since all such efforts only advance the cause of the other fist; not the ideal outcome

John Cronin 05.02.2015 09.23

Now, although each fist can strike just as hard as before, its direction is reversed, its force now taking it towards the objective desired by the other fist.

John Cronin 05.02.2015 09.20

The 'Key' makes one, seemingly minor change in this scene. It transposes the positions of the fists, confining them to striking only the back of the other hand.

John Cronin | Reply 05.02.2015 09.05

But the dominant feature of the 'Key' rests with its capacity to provide a common escape path, a way out of a conflict that has not had one for all of 67 years.

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26.11 | 10:33

If the KEY works, Abe,then everyone is a winner. If not, then we are faced with the prospect of no one winning here, much as has been the case for generations.

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25.11 | 19:19

To John Cronin.
Actually I agree with you(see my other comment further down). Israel would always win at that "game", an that would be "unfair" wouldn't it?

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23.11 | 02:11

Too many people in this world like you, Abe Lee Maney. All of them are afraid to think too far outside the box in case they lose their way and can never return.

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22.11 | 13:42

The world being mostly anti Israel would never implement it and moslems wanting to safeguard their "right" to kill, would ignite a worldwide murderous spree.

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