October 27, 2012 in Blog
This poem is about how preposterously convenient it is to use a concept we are incapable of understanding (INFINITY) to quantify and calculate the physical or mathematical properties shapes, solids, or motion. It’s called “dX/dY”, which refers to the notation of a derivative… which is essentially the slope of a curve at any one given point along said curve.
If you’re a math nerd, you might like this poem. If you’re a poetry nerd, you might like this poem. If you’re somewhere in between, you might like this poem. I hope you do.
YouTube Video: dX/dY – Reading from ‘poetry for ENGINEERS’
I wrote all of the poems from this eBook on a 1930′s Remington typewriter. Yes, an actual, physical typewriter.
The background music is “Fireworks” by Moby, off of his “18″ album.
This eBook was published by Spectacle Publishing Media Group: spectaclepmg.com