Treasure Island

Margaret Alice

(The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Science: Minute Balls Too Small To Be Seen


Superstring
Theory – my Favourite!
cried the Crocodile in delight -
Sub-Atomic Particles represented by
Loops of String vibrating at different Harmonics
representing different Particles with extra Dimensions
curved to form minute balls too small to be seen…
there are three dimensions - plus time –
then higher dimensions, following
Einstein’s Curved Geometries:
Objects moving in Straight
Lines - But in Curved
Space-time…

Submitted: Friday, February 15, 2008
Edited: Friday, April 18, 2008
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  • Patti Masterman (11/10/2008 9:43:00 AM)

    There needs to be a new physics poetry book published, and this definitely
    needs to go into it. Crocodiles can add a touch of humor to most anything!
    Catchy verses. (Report) Reply

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