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Nuclear war is bad for kids, I know I was there

IMG_0132A view from the Bridge


Up Close and Personal

My interest in physics was not sparked by an autumn afternoon lecture in New Haven.

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E = 0, the new Unified Theory Kids can understand

E = 0, the new Unified Theory Kids can understand

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Walking Hand in Hand with God, a Bridge to the Promised Land

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American poetry


Madonna shopper

On sunset’s shores the moon will always rise,
But not love.

Walking, hand in hand,
the magic touch, laughter over simple things
Now just empty footprints in the sand

Memory, was it really true?
or was our kiss a phantom dream?

There are moments in our lives
when love comes in out of nowhere.
and If we fail to seize the moment,
fades away, leaving us to wonder
what might have been.

Memories, good and bad
that form the structure of our lives.
The young Lieutenant off Vladivostok’s shores
The  Russian Badgers overhead.
A wave to the pilot, guns loaded, but silent then
A gunnery officer who with a single order
could start a war?
Who knows.

Empty footprints in the sand
where once we walked, hand in hand
to celebrate the Universe with a kiss.

“When you are with me. it is if a star has fallen from the night sky

                                    to light up my life.








digital art gallery

Clone of park master

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art, looking for the light

On October 31, in 1512, Michelangelo showed his painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling  to the public. After spending months on his back completing his work, he had created what is now known as high Renaissance art but he was also practicing ‘physics’.

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