Paul Hartal


Paul Hartal Poems

281. Using Art And Science 10/7/2011
282. Valentine's Day 10/1/2011
283. Valium 2/14/2014
284. Vanilla Gate 10/12/2011
285. Venus And Candor 9/29/2011
286. Vernacular Painting 3/14/2013
287. Viceroy And Monarch 11/8/2014
288. Voyage Around The Square Root Of Minus One 6/18/2012
289. War Memories With Acrostic 6/27/2012
290. Weeds And Hyacinths 10/1/2011
291. What Dante Told Me 12/5/2012
292. What Is Love? 12/22/2012
293. When Is A Painting Finished? 11/26/2011
294. When Will The Messiah Come? 10/17/2014
295. Where Do Circles Grow? 10/16/2014
296. Whispering Forest 10/2/2011
297. Whose Life Is Worth More? 5/20/2012
298. Why Tears My Love? 10/8/2011
299. Why The Snow Melts 10/12/2012
300. Woman With Train 10/1/2011
301. Women Change, But Men Don'T? 2/23/2013
302. You Are Not The Wind 10/5/2011
303. You Must Be Strong 2/23/2014
Best Poem of Paul Hartal

The Poetry Of Physics

Science thrives
absorbed in the myth of objectivity.
The vision of science as rigorous research
based on exact observation
and objective facts is full of holes.

Great scientists have known this for long.
According to the American physicist
Leon Lederman, a Nobel Laureate,
the essence of physics is pure faith:
“To believe something while
knowing that it cannot be proved (yet) .”

Going back in history we find
that the ancient Greek Philosopher Plato
and his pupil, Aristotle, held that symmetry,
order and proportion of form, through
the ...

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How Long Is An Hour?

There are science fiction stories
that describe other worlds, stars and
galaxies where inhabitants measure time
in a different way than us.

But you don’t have to read science fiction
for this. History shows that people
in the past already used different time
systems than we use today.

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