Avatar: translating knowledge
Posted in the Psychology Forum
#1 Feb 2, 2013
Transfer RNA (abbreviated tRNA) is an adaptor molecule composed of RNA (family of large biological molecules that perform multiple vital roles in the coding, decoding, regulation, and expression of genes)[source: Wikipedia]. It is important to note that in some allegorical ways tRNA has the flexibility chemical behavior signature of HIV (the virus that impairs the human immune system's ability to adapt to diseases).
Leviathan is a philosophical concept and/or religion term referring systemically to a complete apparent disintegration in viable (or legal) social contracts and/or social organization. Leviathan therefore refers to the arguable experience of logic chaos. The fictional art comic book superhuman avatar deity villain Video Man (an infrastructure nemesis completely comprised of electricity who has the uncanny ability to invade and subvert computer networks and electrical wires) in a translated way represents the anxious concept of 'Leviathan.'
If tRNA is like AIDS, and Video Man is like Leviathan, then how does the technology-themed society Hollywood (USA) movie "Network" (1976) represent industrialization achievement symbols that not only serve like soldiered tRNA resilience (and hence counters anti-social AIDS) but also counters Leviathan (and hence Video Man's system subversion)?
These questions reflect the art appeal of the metaphor-analytical Hollywood (USA) movie "Avatar" (2009).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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