While conceiving the best way to formulate his language, he researches the physics of waves. His intent is that this language be based in the laws of physics so that, when further explored, the language would reveal unexpected results that, nevertheless, were contiguous with the nature of the universe. His aim is to encompass music, algebra, geometry, and calculus in a single language.
He claims that a language of such visual and auditory logic can store an immense amount of information in simple images and sounds. One can learn this information in a short amount of time, while exerting very little effort during the study of this language.
Lenny Moore is a “Research Artist” working in multiple fields including mathematics, physics, computer science, psychology and linguistics. He graduated with his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Western Washington University in 2014 and currently resides in Bellingham, Washington.
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