CREATED EQUALLY In the end, matter seems to beat its counterpart, by “all” evidence.Read more "CREATED EQUALLY"
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 […]Read more "UNEQUIVICAL STAGING"
NUCLEAR DISSIDENT ISOTOPES Neutrons come and go. If their ratio’s heavy, … instability.Read more "NUCLEAR DISSIDENT ISOTOPES"
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 […]Read more "TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN"
IS THAT A HADRON IN YOUR POCKET? Two things cannot occupy the same space, But, if they’re bosons, this doesn’t apply. Like clowns in a clown car, they can embrace the same quantum state, but no one knows why. Of course, they cannot be negative or get any sort of a charge out of […]Read more "IS THAT A HADRON IN YOUR POCKET?"
RESEARCH GUIDELINES Throughout investigative history, a basic principle has long held sway: When we unravel Nature’s mystery, complexity’s the first to fall away. Upon one underpinning postulate, succinctly balanced, we’ve come to expect all facts that we’ve observed should always fit, with math that’s both appealing and correct. Proposing supposed significance, unless our models […]Read more "RESEARCH GUIDELINES"
PEDAGOGIC PROTOCOL Be careful what analogies you use. Sometimes they are literally taken and could misrepresent, mislead, confuse, or trap in a premise that’s mistaken the very minds that you seek to inform about the design and nature of things, and, worse, it could just cause them to conform to notions false and erred […]Read more "PEDAGOGIC PROTOCOL"
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"
(Wait for it …) ENERGETIC EVENTS Quarks flee bondage from gluons in forced collisions and matter annihilation. One good thing about nature is that there’s lots of it. This poem is the more standard fibonacci form, in the line syllable sequence: 1 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 […]Read more "ENERGETIC EVENTS"
FASHION’S MODEL The atom as a miniature solar system is a model we’ve abandoned for a century, yet we still picture it thus. The form of this poem is a reverse fibonacci. Like the Fibonacci sequence, you get the number of syllables for each line by adding the the number of syllables of […]Read more "Fashion’s Model"