who could possibly part with this?
the hurricane simulator
is on the trash heap
behind a bowling alley
why has no one snatched it up?
has it lost its luster, its wind, its power to awe?
looks a time-travel machine to me if there ever was one.
“nature isn’t classical, dammit,
and if you want to make a simulation of nature,
you’d better make it quantum mechanical,
and by golly it’s wonderful problem,
because it doesn’t look easy.”
-richard p. feynman (american theoretical physicist)
kinder always find a way to make their own rainbows.
“a rainbow is the product of physics working for your appreciation of beauty.”
shared his formula
for time travel
but has not come up
with a return formula
as of yet.
he even made me my very own copy.
i love the cover
everyone’s copy looks like this.
“the truth is, time travel is hard, and people are lazy.”
-margaret person haddix, Redeemed
joyful young scientist
teaching and demonstrating
for even younger scientists
ends his hands-on physics and chemistry lessons
with a show-stopper
a fog-shooting cannon
crafted from a garbage can
and the crowd realizes how much they love science
and simply cannot get enough.
“facts are to the mind what food is to the body.”
ann arbor public library, pittsfield branch
image credit: natural learning
a circle in motion will continue
until someone crashes into a tree or can’t breathe from laughing too hard.
it is possible for one conga line to travel in two different directions at the same time.
“the new physics provides a modern version of ancient spirituality.
in a universe made out of energy, everything is entangled; everything is one.”