The Ticket That Exploded - the invisible generation Summary & Analysis

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the invisible generation Summary

The idea that what we see is in large part what we hear is reiterated, and it is explained once again that switching the sounds of two separate scenese appears to lend aspects of the one to the other. It again reviews the process for splicing sounds together to make words. This process, according to the narrator, creates sense from meaninglessness, and can be used to generate entire events if used responsibly. It is highly recommended by the narrator that people try this technique on all sorts of things, and be experimented with on the streets and in parties and other situations. This process can improve a person's skill at a certain task if properly employed. The more people who record conversations, the more applications for the technique will be discovered and explored by the people experimenting with the...

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