LATENT (from Latin latēnt-, from latens present participle of latēre, to lie hidden) 1. adj. potential but not obvious or explicit, dormant. 2. adj. not yet revealed or manifest, up to be discovered. 3. noun. latent of an invention.
Bowie wasn’t only a rock start. He was the guy who once governed, in the brave possesion of a singular beauty in the middle of the monstrosity of the world. A beauty that he always kept alive in every song, pictur or video, that I found from him, and finally on stage. To me, it […]
Well, Merry Christmas and such… …and my thanks to Banksy, again
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Latent is the opposite of patent. One means hiding and the other means obvious. Truisms apart. The word patent has also developed its own meaning in the semantic field of technological inventions. Patent Office, what a reputable institution. Tesla risked the benefits of many of his inventions just because he did not visit it more […]