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David Dalton

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Math's dictionary
Posted: Jul 3, 2012 10:47 PM
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Here's one more old poem physics clue that I wrote during
my August/September 1994 waning crescent high.

Math's dictionary [Math is in Welsh tradition the little bear in
---------------- the sky or a great druid, mentor of Gwydion]
lemniscate time
liscuute space [replace with lituus space?]
lisajous with us [actually spelled lissajous]

I have another clue somewhere about c being asymptotic
to a constant in/near gravity wells but much faster
out in interstellar space. For that I even came up
with an equation involving inverse tangent, and I will
try to dig it out of my papers someday and post it.

David Dalton (home page) Newfoundland&Labrador Travel & Music Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
"Here I go again...back into the flame" (Sarah McLachlan)

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