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In Memory of the Scientific by sumalangitnawa In Memory of the Scientific by sumalangitnawa
oh? fiction?

full title: In Memory of the Scientific Method
Galileo, some general relativity, and other mythological creations.

part of a science series.
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ciudadlejana Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2002
[speechless]

Reality is a constant source of pain -- Ana´s Nin
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skyOrange Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2002

mmm. yummy poem breathing beneath the sheet..
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lustrum Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2002   Writer
heh, and where would we be without hasty Galileo? and Einstein, referring to the math!

light might be a new form all of itself, maybe ... "tremorring invisible thingie," and wave and particle, well they are stictly not of that ilk.

har har

i like it mari, something different and interesting. and its good to remember who it is who got us to the state we are in, eh?

;) (Wink)


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klynx Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002
Whoa, great idea, yeah.. very original
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hesitation Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002  Hobbyist Photographer
heh
that's a great idea,
and the point ~Sleepless said in interesting :D (Big Grin)

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sumalangitnawa Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002
thanks for the suggestion, mrrwhitley.
as to why the leaf doesn't blend, it is the only thing on the top, there's a few layers here. all the other stuff is beneath the surface.
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sleepless Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002
Am I the only one to see the irony of the artistic expression of the "feel" of science?
Images of this sort (usually on the cover of science textbooks) always made me smile for that reason.
It's a genre in its own right.

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somnambulist Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002
Ah, I see where these scans have been coming from now! I thought it was boredom. :) (Smile)

The arrangement of wordswith the leaf nearby actually looks good, and for what you're doing, it's good to have a leaf for a focus point, since either way, people are going to read the rest. :) (Smile)

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mrrwhitley Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2002
I think a brownish effect would be better and light blend with the leaf.


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