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Posts tagged ‘Physics’

Daily Prompt Love x 3–Motion, Paid, & Bank Robbers, Oh My

20 December 2017

Make art inspired by Newton’s First Law:

An object in motion tends to remain in motion along a straight line unless acted upon by an outside force.

objects in motion

21 December 2017

Make art about paying something off, about something being paid in full.


22 December 2017

A bank in our small town was robbed yesterday. The robber was caught and arrested. When his picture was published, my youngest son realized he had been in the bank when the man came in, that he left just seconds before the robbery took place.

Make art about realizing you left just in time.

crime scene

Monday Must Read! Claudine Moreau: Dark Machines

claudine moreau author photoThis week meet Claudine R. Moreau, author of Dark Machines. Claudine is a poet who teaches physics and astronomy at Elon University where her biggest thrill is showing students the cosmos through a telescope.

Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Tar River Poetry34th Parallel, PANK, Neon Magazine, Iodine Poetry Journal, Oysters and Chocolate, The Pinch, Segue, The Bitter Oleander, Arsenic Lobster, The GW Review, and Pivot among others. She is currently working on a new collection of astronomy themed poems.

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