Crake is a believer in Rodan’s famous maxim, “I think, therefore I am.” Crake is almost comical in this regard. Anything that is thought of is real, although not necessarily physical and comprehendable.

DISCLAIMER: Do not watch this video!

As I began thinking about this blog post, the thought seemed to take on a life of its own. I became subject to it. : O

Originally, I was going to claim that Crake’s notion that, ‘that which can be thought of constitutes reality,’ is ridiculous. It certainly highly contrasts Snowman’s creation of reality through a certain mythology. His constitution of his story through his history is the status-quo in modern regards.

It is obvious that the mythology and history of today’s world constitutes our reality. Yet is reality better defined by looking ahead, up, and within?

The above video, along with enough willpower and concentration, reveals that reality is not actually subject to anything. It just is and WILL BE. Crake’s worldview is not necessarily a formula for the future as much as it is an attempt to think and define reality as “crazily” or “radically” as possible, instead of letting the past define definition.

Viewing the glass as half full is a simple figuration.

Adam W. Gill

~ by adamwgill on April 9, 2014.

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