A multilingual sign that includes a language-independent glyph and a QR code

William_J_G Overington wjgo_10009 at btinternet.com
Thu Feb 10 12:07:03 CST 2022


> You keep posting your "language-independent glyphs" here, but how is 
> it language independant if no one understands what it means?

It is language-independent even if nobody other than me knows the 
meaning that I have assigned to it. As a result of this thread, maybe a 
few more people will know what it means if they see the glyph again some 
time. Maybe as a work of art it will result in some people carrying out 
thought experiments. So the artwork could be a catalyst for progress in 
some way. Though maybe not. But epsilon of a chance is better than zero 
of a chance.

William Overington

Thursday 10 February 2022

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