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Posted by Joseph Roser on March 20, 2001 11:40:22 UTC

By Eddington, Noether, and Born
all physicists duly are sworn
to uphold conservations
of ergs in equations,
barring symmetries broken or torn.

But along comes an amateur thinker,
explaining that Nature might tinker
with a gravity field,
mass and motion to yield
Action, with a bit of a kink in'er.

Or taking a different perspective,
we might find a lesson objective
in the zags or the zigs
plowed in fields farmed by Higgs
behind bosons, intermediate, vective.

Freely moving particles track
as defined, not under attack.
From geodesics absolute
derive ergs resolute:
Does this apply if they all interact?
Weak nuclear force gives them a whack!

Reflect and enjoy!

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