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By Amy Shunker
Thoughts on Love, and how it resembles or truly is everything.
This is a poem I wrote for the late Carl Sagan, a scientist, astronomer and so much more that I have much respect for. He was responsible for many space endeavors to include the pioneer plaque, voyager space probe and SETI to name just a few. I have read many of his books and find that he was a...
A personal voyage that I took when examining the Old Testament and the New Testament and whether they related to modern times. Should it be amended as the Constitution is amended, should we reinterpret some verses to conform to modern day thinking and more.
A candid discussion about God, the bible and whether it's possible for us to really know the creator, to know God.
I take a blind dive into the vast universe of physics, and come up with a stupid idea - so stupid it might just work.
With the help of others, I made it rather... realistic.
By Phillip Paul Pettigrew
It's a Quantum world after all.
Short Story | Updated Nov 3, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This is a vignette I wrote about a girl in my Physics class. i never really noticed it, but she was actually beautiful to me. Every time I wanted to tell her, something came up (Her friends were around, my inner shyness got the best of me, even sometimes I seemingly couldn't speak English!) So...
personal journey to discovering how science and religion are not far apart
existence and the meaning of us as a species
An essay on the famous Enlightenment scientist, philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal and his famous philosophical work 'PensÃ©es'. Pascal was the inspiration for my online journal/blog named 'PensÃ©es' and this was the first essay published there in January 2011.
By Bored Pen
This story tells of a young boy as he struggles to cope with boring physics lessons in elementary school with his imaginary parallel world of villains and espionage.
Short Story | Updated Feb 15, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Prepare to meet physicist David Oster, a big thinker, a charming cad who flees Caltech and his three girlfriends for the Pacific Northwest, pastoral fantasy firmly in hand. Whatever will he do with all that rain, yet another beautiful woman, and several crazy physicists intent on his ruin?...
Image your cyclical lifestyle but instead of being finite, you are infinite. This is a story about beauty and Buddhism.
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: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0