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Professor Higgybossy is a silly, fun story about a very enthusiastic and excitable physics professor (who just might have heard of the Higgs Boson). In his lab, he and his hard-working assistants build a great contraption to catch a remarkable THING.
I'm sorry I can't post pictures...those...
By Elton Camp
This will be incomprehensible to anyone unfamiliar with Schrodinger's cat. A science poem that assumes basic knowledge of physics.
Poetry | Updated Oct 10, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By John Brindley
Most physicists seem to agree that it is not possible to describe fundamental particles and forces in a â€œclassicalâ€ way â€“ that is, way that can be related directly to the world around us, using just our three spatial dimensions and time. Well I will show that it is possible...
By Century Society
This is an essay I've been giving myself a hard time over. I wrote over 5000 words and got it down to 1300. There are no references, because it'sall out of my own head.
By Marie Delta
Hard to explain...
Poetry | Updated Jul 8, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A paper I wrote for AP Physics on the Physics of Voice-- written mainly for those in the profession of vocal music.
A small story on a journey i had
By Sasa Sijak
Mr. Jones is a professor of quantum physics. This time he is going to make a lecture that will make all of the students happy.
Introducing my central character, a member of a secret scientific testing unit where an experiminent goes horribly wrong and the consequences are undoubtedly disastrous.
The poem is about how what fundamental physics say is the truth of the universe is completely meaningless with respect to earthly existence. It is poetic dwelling on the earth, in both its details ('chocolate-covered profiteroles', 'late summer afternoons in the park') and its fundamental...
Poetry | Updated Jan 26, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Twagirayezu Fidele
A search for God in Physics Laboratory
Article | Updated Jan 1, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Twagirayezu Fidele
A necessary protection against nuclear proliferation
Article | Updated Jan 1, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Chi2 Orionis, a supergiant in the Orion constellation, skips every step in it's stellar evolution and becomes a black hole almost overnight. A modern day physicist is faced to solve this mystery. While he's bogged down in calculations, the story introduces a series of curious events. Will these...
College kids go for a vacation at a cabin in the woods of this quaint little town. The partying begins before they even reach the cabin. They lose one of their friends. The town has a personality of it's own and can have a temper if people aren't living right. The college kids find this out the...