Rasmus Myrup - Not Right Now

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Not Right Now by Rasmus Myrup

 

20 May - 5 June 2016

 

As we have not found anything so far to disprove that things could turn out this way and since it seems that this outcome is way more likely than for another spontaneous constellation of reality to come into existence and if we assume that the Earth keeps spinning with an angular speed of approximately 1674.36 km/h at the equator ± a decrease of 1.7 milliseconds pr. century, or 1 second pr. 40.000 years or 0.005 seconds per year per year from now and hoping that the a priori and a posteriori knowledge, which is the basis of the deductive, inductive and abductive reasoning used to reach this statement and all the statements throughout history that this statement rests upon, are not falsified and if the universe conforms to the uniformitarian principle that the laws of physics are going be applicable in the same way then as they have been for a while, we declare the following:

 

Copenhagen, Denmark, Friday May 20th, 2016, 2pm-8pm

Sun-covered-by-grey-cloud-with-raindrops symbol

12º celsius, 1.1 mm precipitation, light breeze, 5 m/s from south-southeast

 

As we have not found anything so far to disprove that things could have turned out this way and since it seems that this outcome was way more likely than for another spontaneous constellation of reality to come into existence and if we assume that the Earth spun with an angular speed of approximately 1674.36 km/h at the equator ± an increase of 1.7 milliseconds pr. century, or 1 second pr. 40.000 years or 0.005 seconds per year per year from now and hoping that the a priori and a posteriori knowledge, which is the basis of the deductive, inductive and abductive reasoning used to reach this statement and all the statements throughout history that this statement rests upon, are not falsified and if the universe conformed to the uniformitarian principle that the laws of physics were applicable in the same way then as they have been for a while, we declare the following:

 

66.043±0.011 million years ago, somewhere between the beginning of June and the end of July, a bolide of at least 10 km in diameter hit the earth at 21°20′N 89°30′W

 

 

The exhibition is kindly supported by Snabslanten

Fotos: David Stjernholm