TESS Sera, Sara — after watching Professor Sara Seager’s press conference on NASA TV Awaiting data, smiles at questions put to her, foreseeing new worlds. This is Sara Seager’s time to shine, and I couldn’t be happier for her. The kid at the candy store window doesn’t even come close to an accurate […]Read more "TESS Sera, Sara"
A third installment of science-related, illustrated haiku. and, finally, this public service message:Read more "Small Packages"
Snack Food Take a break for thought — some bite-sized observation with philosophy.Read more "Have Some More Assorted Sciku"
R.I.P., Professor Hawking.Read more "Assorted Sciku"
The title of this (haiku) poem is my own coined word for the reverse of entropy (from our frame) experienced by “retropic” (faster than light speed) particles, such as tachyons. RETROPY Sometimes particles can go faster than light speed and backwards in time.Read more "RETROPY"
ENSCONCED We’ll defend ourselves from anyone who suggests we may need to change.Read more "ENSCONCED"
This poem was originally published in Lummox, Oct, 2014. https://issuu.com/poetraindog/docs/revisedl3sampler/9 Flat Meat Diner The highway stretches like an endless, mall food-court for turkey buzzards.Read more "Flat Meat Diner"
Go Ogle Sometimes we miss things that are just over our heads. Let’s learn to look up.Read more "Go Ogle"
HAI-KŌAN Each ball rolls as pushed, yet, try to repeat one path, mostly chaos wins. A kōan (公案) is a paradoxical anecdote or riddle, used in Zen Buddhism to demonstrate the inadequacy of logical reasoning and to provoke enlightenment or the “great doubt” in the student practitioner.Read more "HAI-KŌAN"
EVOLUTION OF VOLITION I’ve seen plants display behavior, if not learning, sans nervous system.Read more "EVOLUTION OF VOLITION"