Tag : entropy

Corruption and Creativity

Clomp, clomp, clomp.  My high-heeled boots hit the tile floor as I walked.  As if floating on air, my friend lightly ran across the open room towards me, full of excitement.  “Want to see the invitations?” She asked as she…

October 28, 2016

Physics 101: Heads or Tails?

I bought a sweatshirt a few months ago, and despite the fact that it’s the teeniest bit too small, I couldn’t love it more. It’s navy blue and branded with the phrase “Entropy: It ain’t what it used to be.”…

May 14, 2015

Physics 101: To Infinity and Back

By Rachel Hamburg Time. What a strange, intriguing concept. Scientists tell us that time is the fourth dimension, and in that respect, it seems almost tangible. It flows by us all of our days, like water through a tunnel, and…

August 4, 2014

Physics 101: Seconds, Anyone?

By Rachel Hamburg Isaiah 40:6-7 – “…All flesh is grass, and all the goodliness thereof as the flower of the field. The grass withers, the flower fades…” Everything dies, and in fact, everything is dying this very second. Our bodies,…

June 30, 2014