Thursday, September 28, 2006

The Energy To Break My Heart

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This poem uses the physics equation for energy E = Fd Energy is also called work "W"

Energy (or work) is the force applied to an object multiplied by distance that object travels
If we pull force out of the context of the sentence above and look at what defines force we will find that Newton’s second law states Force is equal to the mass of an object multiplied by the acceleration the object is experiencing. Now if we look at acceleration we find that acceleration is the change in velocity per the change in time. In our energy equation we are multiplying the F times the distance the object is traveling. The way we calculate distances is with the distance formula. The poem above uses the distance formula in a nine dimensional space where every verbogeometrical axis is described in the poem underneath the radical.


Sarah said...

sad :(

those hard times produce great inspiration for artistic expression though, don't they?

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks Sarah! ... obviously we got through it but it was difficult.

Peace and I hope you are doing better.

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