Art in science
Elusive ... subatomic neutrino tracks showing electrons and muons. Photograph: Dan Mccoy/Rainbow/Science Faction/Corbis
The process of science is very creative in itself. But I think creativity in science takes on a deeper meaning, and provide a wider communication, when it involves other art forms like writing, music and the graphic arts.
Spare a thought
So I enjoyed this little song by Andrew Pontzen (a theoretical cosmologist – @apontzen) commenting on the recent news of neutrinos caught travelling faster than light.
It’s called Spare a Thought – and to my limited appreciation of the subject he seems to hint at the underlying physics of the situation.
Thanks to Geek Pop Podcast: The Live Sessions at geek pop.
Some NZ poetry
And I have just found out that SciBlogsNZ has its own resident poet. The chemist Michael Edmonds who writes the blog Molecular Matters.
He has just posted two poems Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing and A New Scientific Revolution. Both are very relevant to the issues we face today.
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