In Physics, nothingness has weight Which leads to some disquiet Among the more dense who debate: So, why then do we diet?
Those folks who claim the Earth is flat Can't tell us where the edge is at Perhaps a flat brain can’t absorb As much as one shaped like an orb
When Alexander Graham Bell Phoned Mr Watson he knew well The pair of friends would make a killing By next inventing monthly billing
The brains behind the pencil Made his mark which we commend But smarter still's his wife Who stuck a rubber on the end
Imagine sitting by a lake And wondering what it would take To calculate its area The formula would scare ya. Or fancy while beneath a tree You’re struck by thoughts of gravity Quite tough with which to grapple Whilst snacking on an apple. Or say you're watching tortoises When what you start to notice is … Continue reading A Sine of Genus
While teaching a class of 12 year olds, one student asked about the origins of life. [For the record, she was supposed to be conjugating the present tense of avoir] "Can you narrow it down a bit for me?" "Well, something had to start something so what started everything?" Lucy wondered. "It's a kind of … Continue reading Egg Head