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In the beginning the Universe was liquid

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Science proves primary concepts in Holy Scriptures: According to CERN, the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) using the ALICE detector has confirmed quark-gluon plasma is an ultra-low viscosity liquid. This after colliding lead ions at close to the speed of light, physicists say the Universe is a perfect fluid.

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Ghost talk

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

She saw the flashing lights,
a signal and a reminder,
the beings of Light were about to appear.

Their presence felt, she turned around and wondered
why so much fuss over a point of contact.
Because of their casual use of technology?

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Should you find me

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

I find that individuality
is my experience,
not part of a collective
and very self-aware,
with no orders from a hierarchy
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Astronaut sings Bowie from International Space Station

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Still mourning David Bowie . . .

Please see Canadian Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield sing “Space Oddity” with some slightly altered lyrics in honor of Davis Bowie.

Tears.

“Space Oddity”
Revised lyrics by Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield Continue reading


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The Power of X

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Where does ‘X’ get its charisma?
From its mysterious nature,
film industry spookiness, or
the mathematical power of the Sumerians?

We experience the X or “it” as personal magnetism or
natural magnetic force or
dynamic energy.

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