Thursday, 6 April 2017

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Here’s my logo for Uni-verse-all-language. It’s an airfoil, or the cross section of an airplane’s wing. 
Yesterday, I realized that my acquisition system rested on a single principle in the manner that heavier-than-air flight rests on a single principle. And then I realized that the analogy could be taken further.


One achieves ‘lift’ when the target language streams past in the right conditions. Then you ‘pick up’ the target language. The wing consists of a means of instantly being able to understand the target language. And you avoid turbulence by taking care not to break up the language through over-analysis. 

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