Entropy stories, books, poems, and more

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SUMMARY [i.e., ABSTRACT] OF THE ESSAY Dr. Menahem Simhony (1921-2015) created a believable model of an ether-like substance in our universe, which is quite different from the theoretical "aether" or "ether" of 19th-century scientists like Faraday, Maxwell, and Hertz. Based on theoretical work by Dr. Ernest Sternglass… Read More
In physics, entropy rules our universe, and can explain both gravitation and radiation. To understand how, one needs to be open to the possibility that some kind of actual space medium is present throughout our universe, and that it interacts with both matter and waves in a way which… Read More
Not actually in English, Booksie just doesn't give you the option for Welsh Read More

Reads: 48

Comments: 2

Shelves: 2

The Review Chain House

If you were to die today, and you looked upon the life you've led, what would you think? Read More
If you were to die today, and you looked upon your life, what would you think? (Heavily inspired by Roko's Basilisk, research at your peril) Read More
Mac had access to the only device in the known world that could see through time. But that didn't mean that there might be someone else out there that could do more. Read More
Discussing the tendency toward entropy in relations, socially, politically and in the universe as a whole, and how to counter this tendency. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 26, 2013

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Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Written in the midst of a breakdown, capturing the feelings of one longing for the one they love. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 26, 2013

Reads: 173

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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 structure (communication: 'hello' / perception:… Read More
Nothing much to say about this poem; it's cycle-like, I suppose. Nothing lasts forever. Read More

Reads: 337

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

When trying to understand a concept it often helps to contextualise with the opposite... Love (the will to nurture one's own and other's spiritual growth - M Scott Peck) has it's opposite too: laziness and fear... are laziness and fear worth everything? Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 25, 2009

Reads: 120

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem. Read More

Reads: 229

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Written 1/26/06--a subconscious rambling of sorts. I saw this happening in my mind...becoming enamored with the forbidden side and brokenness of a person. The way this infatuation holds you and takes you along for the ride, only to own you later. Read More
A series of short stories / flash fiction pieces which may become integrated into a longer piece. The theme, obviously, is astronomy. Read More
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