Sound Science

 

Doppler found that sound           .        .        .        .        traveled

in indirect proportion to the        .        .        .        .        distance

between the noise maker and      .        .        .        .        the ear.

 

The closer the distance,                                    the louder the sound.

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but Doppler never heard the sound barrier              o    n

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Daniel Kolos

December 18, 2004

Priceville, Ontario

 

 

 

 

Curved Gravity

 

Newton observed gravity

when an apple fell tO.

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           . the ground.

Although he saw the c

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of that apple,

and he noticed the c

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on women’s breasts,

and he even saw the c  u r         v

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of the earth,

but it took Einstein to dream

that light bends……………………………………………………...

 

Daniel Kolos

Dec. 18, 2004

Priceville, Ontario

 

 

 

EMF Defense

 

Faraday watched a caged mouse by day

and had paranoid fantasies by night:

he dreamed of being behind metal bars

because something he has done

with electromagnetic force

would make him infamous!

 

He noticed that while light shone

right through the metal bars,

an electric arc would not harm the mouse.

 

He placed a radio receiver inside the cage

to entertain the mouse.

Just as he predicted,

the speakers remained silent

when he turned on the receiver.

In his excitement Faraday

evicted the mouse and

claimed the cage for himself.

 

Daniel Kolos

December 20, 2004

Priceville, Ontario