Ideations in GIS.

Consider a fundamental abstraction:

Unfinished in oils

The following riddle of words pertaining to form depicted in the abstract painting seems a free association in a type of grammatical and syntactic accumulation of a focal ideation with aspects of a definitively non English continuum amidst accurate tense English vocabulary.

In the painting:

if vantages can for argumentation’s purposes be plotted as graphical data simpler than scatter plot migrations; where proximal GIS epicenters have a set and then fixes upon their perimeters that are causal of tangential planes Representative of an essential limitrophe between defined vantages; and a Euclidean sphere bisects a vast orb of collective thoughts; how can such a plane, tangential to both the vast orb and the sphere, be defined? Does the plane impede an assimilation of the sphere into the purport of the vast orb. Further, if a reasonably real scenario of merger were depicted with the sphere and the vast orb having permeabilities and gradients as to their depths from perimeter to epicenter, etcetera; in what ways could real phenomenon in geospatial models be described, defined and quantified? Would one vantage disappear relative to the other as though it were a disintegrating blob, or would each blob dissipate into an equilibrium within some type of gravitational membrane scenario where a de facto singularity of blob after blob would enter an inevitable “master blob” where gradients and concentrations of matter would continually be cause of shattered tangential planes?