Atom Smasher #FreeVerse #Poetry

A free verse written by Lee Sonogan

ArtStation - Atom Smasher, Jessica Holmes

Science has taught us, against all intuition, that apparently solid things like crystals and rocks are really almost entirely composed of empty space. And the familiar illustration is the nucleus of an atom is a fly in the middle of a sports stadium, and the next atom is in the next sports stadium. – Richard Dawkins

The energies of life come in various modes of speed,

For technical purposes, the synchrotron light sources radiate storage rings,

Condensed matter converting magnetic fields into photons,

There all is elementary inside properly defined beams that we charge.

Finding those isotopes measuring mass spectrometers,

Vacuums with waves microwaved upon the ride,

The difference in an average particle collider than a hadron,

Greater fermion (Boson) forces of the nucleus quark matter pro and anti.

Renormalization of curve relativity limits the graviton,

Hypothetical theories of quantum gravity to come,

Much research is done on one-dimensional objects known as strings,

This addresses the similarity of patterns connected inside supersymmetry.

Overlapping our plane of layers as a corrugated wall,

Lagrangian function crossing motion plus the potential of position,

Just as subatomic human metallic insulator vectors can absorb,

Stuff can just be so complex that it physically does not make a chemical reaction.

Sometimes the public says, ‘What’s in it for Numero Uno? Am I going to get better television reception? Am I going to get better Internet reception?’ Well, in some sense, yeah. … All the wonders of quantum physics were learned basically from looking at atom-smasher technology. … But let me let you in on a secret: We physicists are not driven to do this because of better color television. … That’s a spin-off. We do this because we want to understand our role and our place in the universe.” ― Michio Kaku

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