haiku are like sheep self-packed with plurality haiku is like fish
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Fusion Reaction “Thermonuclear” sounds harsh, let’s say, “solar wind” – ten billion year gust. I think this is one of NASA’s most beautiful, recent photo-animations. Haiku to the view!
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Originally posted on Brave & Reckless: It’s good to know that love that you can feel can be returned, so, as you sow you’ll reap – especially when things turn very real and service leaves you thrown on the burn heap. Proving yourself to be a loyal friend May prove far easier than finding proof…
via The Velveteen Rabbit – James Ph. Kotsybar — BARD OF MARS
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Originally posted on Brave & Reckless:
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It’s good to know that love that you can feel can be returned, so, as you sow you’ll reap – especially when things turn very real and service leaves you thrown on the burn heap. Proving yourself to be a loyal friend May prove far easier than finding proof…
I was asked to lead an informal discussion group at ESOF: Why Send A Poem To Mars? This was a part of a week long series at the ESOF conference with the theme of taking a train, and starting a discussion with the passengers. The passengers were the first dozen scientists and students willing to […]
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Grab for the data! Information is power, if it’s understood. TEST FOR TRAITS Genome sequences only predispose. Their code does not control you. YOUR 23 Small deviations are all these tests are seeking — not heredity. MEDICAL MARKERS In A.M.A.’s […]
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Lompoc poet, James Ph. Kotsybar, is scheduled to speak at the EuroScience Open Forum in Toulouse, France, on July 12th to represent NASA science in haiku, sonnets and villanelle. No stranger to NASA, Kotsybar has participated in anniversary celebrations of the Hubble Space Telescope, The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the Centaur Upper Stage Rocket, […]
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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 […]
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A third installment of science-related, illustrated haiku. and, finally, this public service message:
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