In the break after the second session on Quantum Field Theory I am showing off light edutainment with a scientific touch.
Every quarter I save the search terms as displayed in WordPress Stats for highly sophisticated statistical, psychological and linguistic analysis. That is, I do create a Search Term Poem.
Rules are as follows:
- Every line of the poem including titles is copied from the search terms as displayed in Stats. Search terms must not be used in more than one poem.
- Editing is not permitted; typos must not be corrected.
- Words must not be cut out from the middle of search strings. Truncating words at the beginning or the end is permitted.
- Different search terms or fragments cut out from different terms must not be concatenated. There is a bijective correspondence of lines in the poem and search terms.
The focus of this blog has changed back to physics – and so do the search terms. Searchers’ usual question about rodents in the microwave could also be classified as sciencey (biology and electrical engineering) considering the way the pitied rodent died nearly one year ago.
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“new physical evidence on the axis of rotation of the earth”
physics on the fringe: smoke rings
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where’s centre of mass in world?
if we plumb the air throw an object, what is the direction of the coriolis force
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at large in particular
is “befire we know it” a cliché
why is existential questions are avoided in most conversations?
what is sleek weak geek in a poetic term
who invented the org chart?
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fun and action are the rule here
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