From the Author
Science continues to offer endless inspiration for poetry. Physics, astronomy, and our environment, as well as biology - human and otherwise. And as science marches on even poetry becomes obsolete, as shown by my Gravitational Waves That Aren't There - and now are! From a Galactic Year to playful crocodiles, wander with me through the universe we all share. Then start writing your own poems.
From the Back Cover
Over forty new poems inspired by Richard Feynman's challenge. Astronomy, physics, human history, and more. Includes the popular Desert Watermelon:
Civilization could collapse,
There could be Armageddon.
But in five thousand years,
Kate Rauner, Hanover NM
Author, poet, firefighter, retired Cold War warrior