EARLY FINDINGS We first didn’t even know that cells composed us (as with all other living things). Once a truth’s discovered, it can be found everywhere.Read more "Early Findings"
THE IMAGINARY ABSOLUTE Gustav Köln was a physicist for life. His work had been all that mattered to him, but he had recently taken a wife – a dedicated co-worker named Kim. She’d always been worshipfully supportive to scientific quests and inquiry, but she had turned quite clearly abortive on what was his big opportunity. […]Read more "THE IMAGINARY ABSOLUTE"
DARK DRIVER What was there to slow cosmic inflation, which occurred shortly after the Big Bang? Nothing obstructed this fomentation, which from an infinitely dense point sprang. The claim is expansion somehow reduced its speed, the second after Creation, (yet, through observation, it’s been deduced there’s still light-speed-limit violation). As though this were viewed – […]Read more "DARK DRIVER"
DÉJÀ VU Whisker tips confirm another dead-end result — white mouse learns the maze.Read more "Déjà vu"
🤕 & 💘 🗣🎼🎤🎹 HEAD AND HEART The conscious mind’s had no real rationale to explain unreasoned romantic acts; endocrinology, however, shall provide new answers, based on sounder facts. This system, ruled by lobes within the brain, initiates emotions chemic’ly; adrenals startle, endorphins numb pain and hormones stimulate systemic’ly. This balance of drugs, dispensed with the aid of […]Read more "Head And Heart"
🎼🎤 🎶 play This offering is just a little treat for Halloween. It is the first of what I call my expanded sonnets, sonnet squared or sonnet sets. Each is composed of 14 Shakespearean sonnets (196 lines of poetry), and ends with the last two sonnets having the same, but transposed rhyme scheme, so as to […]Read more "Beastly Obsession"
Poetry and Science Science tries to answer some great questions, in fact the greatest questions of our day. At very least, it offers suggestions for how to frame these questions, anyway. This role is one that poets, too, have played. Both correlate their data to convey their particular premise and persuade, or at least to […]Read more "Poetry And Science"
It offers progress, but not salvation.Read more "No Religion"
SCIENTIFIC TESTAMENT A scientist trusts in what has been proved through repeated experimentation. Assertions of faith will leave him unmoved until they have achieved validation. Religious beliefs often leave him cold and skeptical of professed prophecies based mostly on hearsay and tales twice-told, not carefully tested hypotheses. This doesn’t make him an atheist, though. […]Read more "Scientific Testament"
PROVEN ASSUMPTIONS There are, within the realm of common sense, a great many beliefs, unanalyzed because they command complete confidence, or they’ve been handed down until they’re prized. When Science sets out to investigate, and proves the wisdom we’ve known, all along, without the need to really cogitate, most laugh at its method and say […]Read more "PROVEN ASSUMPTIONS"