And Or Theory

And Or Theory is a poetical, autodidactic theory to disprove theory in information reliability and metaphysical data as a physiological construct. And Or Theory is text: poetry, essay, short story and reader/zine, that has been registered at the Copyright office of the United States of America since 2017. I had started studying and researching metaphysical data as a physiological construct back in 2011, and have wanted a scientific explanation for some of the more puzzling things that happen on the planet. I work to ask better questions, not answer them. I have assumed in many ways that my information is incorrect, and have disproven myself many times. Working from assumptions of being in the wrong has been an integral part of my study and theory, especially being in solo autodidactic space, and especially because I am mentally ill. That which I seek has no proof, and I work to find better questions, not answers. Decide not to decide: the need for critical thinking, especially about that which is considered metaphysical and or extra-sensory, and the want to accurately record mental and imaginary event. My theory explores generalities, but especially focuses on information reliability in the collocation and allocation of information and especially imagined and mental event, and what’s imagined or actual of The Great Beyond. I try to decide not to decide, to remain as open and as critical as possible, but rest often on the ideas of silence clarity and stillness as physiological constructs of possible accident and coincidence, indeterminable data. And, in the idea of that which is beyond imaginary, beyond collective, and beyond sense.


This is not a full list, but parts of parts of And Or Theory:


contact ameliamichellenicol@gmail.com with any questions or and if you are interested in seeing more of my work.

Also:

wanderingaloneinthelibrary.wordpress.com

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