Didactic Essays: From a Piece of Dark Matter, Somewhere in the Milky Way?

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AuthorHouse, Oct 8, 2012 - Science - 94 pages
How you-all doing?! When I say words, you say definitions! Words(Silence) I cant hear you! Words(Crickets). Wow, tough crowd. Have you ever noticed that the universe is arranged as a spectrum of battery systems? (Silence and cough) So did you guys here the one about the electron that walked into a bar so that it could see the bar? (Silence) You know, an electron doesnt release photons unless it is stimulated. Get it? (Frog Robot, Rooooobots) What? Cant a brother get a heckler up in this hizzy? (Silence) Did someone ask a what-what is this book about? (Silence) Seriously, I throw a what-what out there and nothing? (Silence) Fine, Ill just talk about the contents of this book. There are a lot of words, a couple sentences, two or more paragraphs, some science, a whole-lot of scientific satire, a few meaningless definitions, and some New Age Adages. Are you happy now? Peace Out! (A microphone drops to the floor.)
 

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Contents

Song Sentence
6
Talking to Books
8
Beyond Reason
10
The Benjamin Button Theory
14
Piece of the Puzzle
24
Gravity
32
Hysterical Electrons
48
The Sparkle of Darkness
58
The Tower Perspective
60
Do NOT Tilt
62
New Age Adages and Addendums
64
Glossary
80
References
84
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I began my formal education at the grand old school of Bowling Green State University, which is nestled in the heart of mid-west Ohio in a small town called Bowling Green. Bowling Green is best known of the annual Black Swam Festival. After changing my major numerous times, I graduated with a degree in biology. While at BGSU, I found my first passion: Organic Chemistry. Subsequently, I continued on at BGSU to get a masters in Chemistry. I briefly worked in the private sector at IGEN Inc. in Gaithersburg Maryland, as an inorganic chemist. Granted, inorganic chemistry might sound anti-organic, but 'in' is just a prefix. In truth, inorganic chemistry is just organic chemistry hooped-up on metals. I returned to college at the grand old college of Ohio University, which is surrounded by the hills of southern Ohio in a town called Athens. Athens is best known for the Halloween extravaganza that brings students from all over the state of Ohio. Although I did not graduate from OU, I have a few fond memories of the iconic town. In particular, I have fond memories of Perks coffee shop where I spent countless night scribbling away on my first book, Dreamstar. Upon relocating to Galveston Texas, I found brief employment at Starbucks and continued to write. My second book, Bibbles of Spuce-tame, was originally published in 2009 and is slated to return to the market. Currently, I reside in Houston with my two cats and continue to write. Hopefully, you'll enjoy my second passion;-)

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