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Posted by Kent Benjamin Robertson on October 6, 2002 08:00:15 UTC

Gravity is The 4th Dimension
"Where are the dimensions and where are they not?
Boundless dimensions of music and thought.
Infinite dimensions of cold and of hot.
But countless dimensions of space there are not.
Dimensions of beauty
and wine and of thee.
Occur in spatial dimensions
of which there are three.
A 3-D you anna 3-D me.
Munching 3-D apples from a 3-D tree.
3-D up and 3-D down.
3-D apples to the 3-D ground.
A 3-D fall anna 3-D 'thump'.
3-D sugar inna 3-D lump.
3-D smooth and 3-D rough.
4-D Einstein, sayin' "three ain't enough".
4-D guitar and 4-D strings.
Albert's 4-D song about 4-D things.
4-D amplifier an 4-D gear.
Singin' 4-D lyrics into 3-D ears.
3-D professors onna 3-D jag.
Stuffin' 4-D physics inna 3-D bag.
If you're lookin' for a message in here,
It's of 4-D headaches from a 3-D beer.
3-D professors tellin' 3-D lies,
Gettin' 3-D money for the Nobel Prize.
3-D scientists onna 3-D pension.
Refusing to recognize,
gravity is the 4th dimension."
- Kent Benjamin Robertson
Copyright 1969, '79 & '99
Refer website: Periphery.cc/~molly

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