Across a 4.5 meter
(14.8 foot) section of rock wall, 3 meters (9.8 feet) above the floor of a
hard-to-reach upper chamber of a site called Liang Bulu'Sipong 4, wild pigs and
dwarf buffalo called anoa face off against a group of strangely tiny hunters in
monochrome dark red.
The minerals that form those layers include small
traces of uranium, which over time decays into thorium-230.
uranium, the thorium isn't water-soluble and can only get into the rock via
By measuring the ratio of uranium-234 to thorium-230 in the
rock, archaeologists can tell how recently the rock layer formed.
deposits have been slowly growing over the hunting mural for at least 49,300
years, which means the painting itself may be even older than that.
43,900-year-old cave painting is the oldest story ever
BC Abstract visual imagery is being painted on rocks, skins, faces
A two dimensional flat surface that symbols can be drawn or
mounted on is required for symbol rendering.
Pictograms, symbols cut in
rock, are in use in Egypt and Mesopotamia 6000 years ago.
For the preservation of detailed first hand
experience and knowledge of reality nothing compares with the written word -
first cut in stone.
evolved into hieroglyphics when the meanings came to include verbs and
Petrovich was conducting research from his home when he found evidence of a
tablet called Sinai 115, from 1842 BC.
Dr Petrovich claims Israelites in
Egypt took 22 ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and turned them into the original
He found names of three biblical figures - Asenath,
Ahisamach and Moses.
The emergence of advanced
written language in Egypt, the city states of the
China grew from the need
to orderly record and store information (logistics) as the population
communication can be shared with a wider audience of speakers if there exists a
symbol code that stands for the verbal utterances.
Oral Tradition will reveal
the mythological underpinnings but may
embellish actual events to the point in which they become unbelievable due
to the human tendency of exaggeration.
century Romans are using the
wood block to print cloth.
1040 First movable porcelain type
technology for printing paper books is invented in
China during the Northern Song
Dynasty by the inventor Bi Sheng.
Dynasty in Korea is using movable metal type printing technology.
1377 Oldest extant movable metal print book, Jikji, is printed
Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden
zum Gutenberg begins using a movable metal type printing
Gutenberg is the first to create his type pieces from an alloy of
lead, tin, and antimony.
These materials remained standard for 550
1499 Sensational books
are being printed with woodcuts on their title pages depicting horrific scenes
with Vlad the Impaler dining at a
table surrounded by dead or dying people on poles.
The continued development of paper and the printing press makes bill posting
possible in Europe.
A new printing method, lithography, expands the
creative possibilities of advertising design.
Posting "bills" on wooden
boards creates billboards.
1850 "During the last half of the nineteenth century and the
first decades of the twentieth, images began to flood the streets of the
Publications that had been limited to text were now, thanks to
technologies, cluttered with
illustrations, so much so that some
critics even began complaining
Boorstin found its source in the Graphic Revolution, a
remarkable rise in the quantity of visual material.
America there was a new emphasis on
An example was
the staging of department store
windows, carefully arranged to provide maximum visual stimulation.
Revolution revolutionary was less the quantity of images than
their effect on the America
Daniel J Boorstin was concerned the Graphic Revolution
encouraged image-thinking -
thinking in terms of an "artificial imitation or
representation of the external form
of any object, especially
of an individual."
This came at the expense of
edifying thought - thought in terms
of some ideal or value toward which to strive.
The glut of images
directs us to the here
and now, to something immediately useful in the moment; the ideal directs
us to something above and
beyond, to something the
utility of which may not be readily apparent or invisible.
opinion of Daniel J Boorstin the 'Graphic Revolution' was a moral
devolution as well because it
Print demanded think things through logically -
It followed that a predominantly print-based society, as
America's was until the late 19th century, while not necessarily one
coruscating with intellectual brilliance, nevertheless was
one in which logic,
order and context prevailed.
An image-based society, on
the other hand, dispensed with all these because images did not demand them.
How much logical discipline
is needed to recognize a image?" -
(Note: Orginally this library was image free but got no traction.
George Eastman invents flexible photographic film.
Thomas Edison patents the motion picture
First public demonstration
of motion pictures in France.
1945 There were
fewer than 7,000 working televison sets in America and
only nine stations on the air; three in New York, two each in Chicago and Los
Angeles, and one each in Philadelphia and Schenectady.
saturates 92% of American homes.
The single greatest determining
factor in purchasing a television is the presence of small children in the
home. It keeps them
televised moving images
beamed into the eyes of American children cause
a radical reformulation of
American perception, the abandonment of the verbal art of storytelling and
the embrace of zombie
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