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Perspective

An ordered perspective on a chaotic system, words and sentences, numbers and tables, precipitate from raw unkempt haphazard nature. Patterns settle out kaleidoscopically, a desk, pen and paper, concentration, review and edit making sense at least superficial. A changed perspective on … Continue reading

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Phase Transition

Sublimation, Glass transition, Sintering and liquefaction, Substance changes In extremis, All predictions are but guesses. Observation, Experimentation, These reveal what alteration <> <> <> Has taken place, What new-formed face Appears upon each change of phase. © Samuel Birrer and … Continue reading

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Crystalline

But “defects” do not damage the design:
Each merely adds its own imprint… Continue reading

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IF ONLY

The greatest thought
In the universe
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Verne’s Mysterious Island

A review of Jules Verne’s The Mysterious Island. Following in the footsteps of Daniel Defoe, Jules Verne wrote his own ship-wreck novel, The Mysterious Island, the tale of a group of castaways in the southern Pacific.  In this novel, however, … Continue reading

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Twenty Thousand Leagues with Jules Verne

A short review of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea for any fellow bibliophiles! The first book on my reading list for this summer (at least the first one I got around to reading – I don’t have a specific … Continue reading

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