The column of the cymbidium orchid resembles a primitive canoe, and it is designed to fit the pollinator lured to it by its deceptive enticements of color and fragrance promising nectar and pollen. The bright markings and the callus on the lip act as a landing strip for the visiting bee. Often, when orchids […]Read more "Bee Longing"
COMIN’ YOUR WAY Look out, Ophiuchus, Voyager’s here! Earth has randomly shot some gold your way. We hope our sounds and music suit your ear and you’ll get back to us without delay. The complete instructions are included for how to hook it up to get your tunes. Note that if depiction seems deluded, we […]Read more "Comin’ Your Way"
INFINITE SOLUTION Mystery persists, so we must learn to enjoy the eternal quest.Read more "INFINITE SOLUTION"
Actually, Betelgeuse is already the brightest star in our night sky, if you include the part of the spectrum outside human visual range.Read more "Public Service Announcement"
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"
🎤 SCIENTIFIC CONCEIT As striking as a scientist’s mind is and undeniable as is his math, focus, by definition, tightens his perception, as he strides along his path. While his predictive powers gain in might, and understanding and progress accrue, he takes pride in his clarity of sight, not apprehending it’s narrowed his […]Read more "Scientific Conceit"
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 […]Read more "Here"