The Earth around the Sun, or the Sun around the Earth: Centers of Gravity
Again and Again
By Alaina Kleinbeck
These are the happiest sort of lies a person can tell.
By David Mahaffey
Stillness: a learned disposition, an invasion of privacy, and a solution to the relativist’s dilemma.
Self explanatory? Why nobody knows what to do with 2000 Facebook friends.
By A Will in Cognition
I got the impression she didn’t want to be friends when she threw her bank statements at me and threatened to sue the branch where I worked.
Getting comfortable with being wrong….
By James Curran
a 750 word blog on how hard truth is to know…
by megan e b jones
Something to take with you, when you go and are down on your back and look up.
Keeping My Balance
by Eileen S.
I live in fairly constant mistrust of my body.
There’s something about having a horse stop in midair over a jump that gives you a rather acute appreciation of the principle of gravity.
by Karma’s Fool
“In the physical literature about the n-body problem (n ≥ 3), sometimes reference is made to the impossibility of solving the n-body problem.”
By Aaron D. Jones
Ophelia, a young girl living in the Victorian era, argues with her stuffy father about the finer points of cosmology.
by Katie DeConto
I tried my hand at collage, to ask a question.
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