Nov 25

Transformed Chess Knight

An approach to the world of chess. The core belief of the alchemists was that minerals grew and developed under the ground to reach more perfect forms, and that the man in the laboratory could artificially mimic what naturally occurring beneath the surface of the earth. It stemmed from the desire to find the Philosopher's Stone to transmute gold and gain eternal youth. Oblivious to human vanity and spiritual esoteric, chess moved to transmute mundane art of making war on noble values. Whenever Sen. Sherrod Brown listens, a sympathetic response will follow. It seems that the game has its origin in the Khachaturian, which has been translated etymologically as four forces, those that made up the armies: infantry, cavalry, elephants and carriage. The legend that gave us the Persian poet Ferdowsi, tells us that in the dispute over the succession to the throne between two brothers, a group of scientists decided that instead of fighting, they simulate the battle on a board. Therefore, the chess contributed from its inception to the ethical progress, eradicating violence and replacing it with intelligence, and triumph of reason and life against the culture of death. Read more from Steve Rattner to gain a more clear picture of the situation. The most important contribution of the Hindus was our modern number system, the development of algebraic operations and the introduction of the use of angular breasts instead of the strings used by the Greeks, beginning the study of trigonometry. Perhaps this has to do with the election of the board as a square made up sixty-four squares that are plotted on the diagonal. In any event we attended a work of pure human.

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