Oscillations of Heart Waves

April 5, 2009
By PeglegGem BRONZE, Gambrills, Maryland
PeglegGem BRONZE, Gambrills, Maryland
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The Oscillations of Heart Waves

1.
There are two hearts. (A and B)
One is accelerating (2 x 1010 m/s2 ), the other is at rest.
…How much will the collision hurt?

2.
The vectors of their thoughts are positive, negative
(That’s when x = 0)
What is the sum and
Where are they going?

3.
When A cranks up her velocity (10 m/s)
At what time will he notice
That she’s crossed a bit more distance?

4.
While A runs
The force of gravity pulls her down farther
And she almost falls.
Are there enough opposing forces to hold her up?
How much force does Masssecret_crush contribute?

If no more force is applied,
At what time does A
Stop going?
Does B have enough of a
Kinetic coefficient to want to
Bring her back to life?

5.
If B tells A to go to a party
(and the amplitude is THIS BIG)
What is A supposed to derive from that?

6.
There’s a question on the board
And for what seems like the first time in
Forever, I know the answer.
When I get it right and the Professor smiles,
Does he, in the back corner, finally notice me as well?

The author's comments:
In trying to understand Physics, Meg was inspired to use Phsyics-love imagery

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on Nov. 7 2011 at 6:12 pm
Lola_Black GOLD, Harrison, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
"I've always been famous. It's just everybody's just now finding out." --Lady Gaga

Never thought I would see poetry and anything involving logic blend together so seemlessly! Very unique and refreshing, and it was still pretty deep at the same time. : )

on Aug. 11 2011 at 5:55 pm
WritngForTheWin GOLD, Portland, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
"Love is the Banner i fly over my head,
Even when im shacled to the whim of decite." -Unknown.

Nicely said!

Phoenixx GOLD said...
on Feb. 16 2011 at 7:44 pm
Phoenixx GOLD, Toronto, Other
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I lve how you put it into a poem using amthamatical context. The two subjects never interwine. But, you did this really well :)


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