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In which the Higgs Boson is used as a careless metaphor, etc.
12/24/2009 05:51 a.m.
I made a substantial edit to the second stanza of this poem. Check it out if you so desire and let me know what you think, or don't, or do and don't tell me. The possibilities are limitless! Find the poem transcribed below for your benefit/hindrance and joy/dismay!

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In which the Higgs Boson is used as a careless metaphor for love

It makes something palpable
out of my nervous energy,
giving mass to the masses,
weight to the ethereal.

They say it can traverse time
to stop its own observation,
leaving only quantum poets
callous enough to believe.

Either way,
it should exist.
I think it exists.
I hope it exists.

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Posted by Vikki Owens on 12/26/09 at 10:04 PM

LOVE LOVE LOVE. i dearly love physics. this is great.

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Posted by Matthew Sharp on 12/27/09 at 06:02 AM

and if it doesnt exist we can make it exist with a non-existant measurement to appease our trivial passion turned rage physics unlocks the cage the knowledge the bereft empty expanse of infinity blossoming through eternity traveling maturity cauterized by awareness.i love physics too. it sucks that something so pretty is destroyed for just one touch. awesome poem:)

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Posted by Matthew Sharp on 12/27/09 at 06:02 AM

and if it doesnt exist we can make it exist with a non-existant measurement to appease our trivial passion turned rage physics unlocks the cage the knowledge the bereft empty expanse of infinity blossoming through eternity traveling maturity cauterized by awareness.i love physics too. it sucks that something so pretty is destroyed for just one touch. awesome poem:)

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