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Flower Power

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Flowers start as buds of tightly packed petals, which are represented in Flower Power as interlocking scales. The device is internally wound and when it spins the petals open up and are released and flutter in all directions because of how they are thrown and the aerodynamics of the forms. Flower Power is bicycle powered because that is how it is internally wound by an isolated and solitary cyclist forced to cycle indoors from the threat of urban speed, energy and force. The petals turn as the pedals turned, with the changing seasons, and the cyclist is the revolutionary.
rcarty, Dec 07 2014

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       Is there anyone (perhaps only partially stoned) who can translate this? Or is "halfbaking while baked" a thing now?
neutrinos_shadow, Dec 07 2014
  

       When you are back among the non-high, you can always delete the entry. I do. I will.
popbottle, Dec 07 2014
  

       I think that the idea is fully explained in the text. The problem is that none of us understand it. At least this is what the poster has explained to me in previous ideas.   

       " The petals turn as the pedals turned, with the changing seasons, and the cyclist is the revolutionary "   

       I'm sure that this could be a tagline, if only I could figure out why.
normzone, Dec 08 2014
  
      
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