An interesting, albeit brief, fusion of Love and Physics (courtesy of Ernest Macalalad, a friend and ally):
"People are like light waves."
"When light waves meet up or their courses collide, there is interference. There are cases when this becomes a good thing, such as when there is additive or constructive interference that results in a new wave with increased amplitude..."
"But, suppose you have two waves: Same wavelength. And yet travelling out of phase with each other; one wave's crest meets with the other wave's trough... Ultimately, they cancel each other out. We call that destructive interference."
Life feels like a medley of recycled love songs these days.
June 17, 2005 01:08 PM PDT
Ganun ba...? ;)
June 17, 2005 06:33 AM PDT
It's really not a matter of "Gets mo ba o hindi?".
Online journals are generally good. You should start one. Consider it your very own contribution to the intellectual (or-lack-thereof) pollution in cyberspace.
June 16, 2005 10:47 PM PDT
d ko gets... hmm... interference..? destructive, constructive?
What abour this, "Life feels like a medley of recycled love songs these days."
DO you think I should start publishing my journals?
|Leave a Comment:|