SINGULIMERICK

Alice loved a space pilot named Bob. When she thinks of him, she chokes a sob, for he saw a black sphere, flying in, got too near and became a spaghettified blob.

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UNEQUIVICAL STAGING

UNEQUIVICAL STAGING Within a month of the date I was born, the Nobel Prize for Physics went to Born and Bothe – it seems the committee was torn as to whose breakthrough they would thus adorn. The world into which I was delivered was just discovering certitude wrong. Absolute exactness clearly quivered. Uncertain dualism came […]

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Here

HERE   “Now” is a term elusive and ephemeral. We can only define it as the point at which the imaginary becomes real – that is to say, the moment that the future is actualized – but ever encroaching is our growing history that unrelentingly pushes it one way only through extent of space and […]

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TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN

   TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN   They operate contrary to the rules of common sense that we hold dear as proof that what we know is right, that we’re no fools and senses we possess perceive the truth. They ramble through eleven dimensions. Their motions, seemingly governed by chance, confuse and amend our comprehensions […]

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EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLES

Further inspired by Robert Frost’s form, this poem touches on the very sensitive membrane of a black hole, where although we know physics breaks down, we hope its laws will nonetheless point the way through the chaos of infinities we encounter at a singularity’s boundary.  But what happens when things accelerate into a black hole, […]

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