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light speed

light, hurrying along
across the universe
took years to reach
our telescope
arriving weak and faint
although purported to
be a full galaxy in itself… 21 more words


M4. The Twist

With the Zephyr’s atomic clocks, Professor Akayama could track time with great accuracy. Seven years and three months passed before she was confident in the reliability of her lightspeed engines. 1,574 more words


416 Light from the Sun


The distance from Earth to the Sun varies because Earth’s orbit about the Sun is elliptical. At its closest, the distance is 91,402,000 miles, and its farthest distance is 94,512,000 miles. 69 more words

Solar System

The Realities and Enigmas of Our Universe (Part 1)

First in a series…

It is common practice to visualize the universe as a giant sphere with everything in the visible universe placed on its surface. 930 more words


Website Overhaul and New Book Projects

Completely revamped my whole site, collecting books, videos, recordings (both musical and spoken) into one place for the first time ever. For years, these things have been scattered around the web in various places, (Amazon, YouTube, Facebook, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, etc) and I have finally centralized my creative efforts. 203 more words

Kessel Run in Twelve Parsecs

The speed of light is one of the few constants in our universe that we consistently look to when it comes to space. It is an astronomical measurement that we only dream of achieving. 267 more words


Finding The Speed Of Light With Peeps | Skunk Bear

There’s a new use for those stale Easter marshmallows you have lying around – calculating a constant that governs the universe.

This is an installment of the… 64 more words