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Topic: Double-Dactyls

Topic Editor: Senex Caecilius
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Message: Cosmos in a double dactyl
Author: bidactylator - Gnaeus Cassius
Date: Aug 28, 1998 15:37

I think I've posted this one elsewhere, but kind Senex has requested more double-dactyls, so here goes.  For those not up on epicurean physics, the 'atomic swerve' was a doctrine stating that all atoms from time to time change directions, and this was argued as a basis for the existence of free-will.  Yes, I know, that doesn't exactly follow, but even the ancients had a hard time with it:


Swervity-curvity
Atoms, inane, in a
Universe made up of
Pieces that stuck.

Thus said Lucretius so
hyperpoetically,
and parenthetically,
"Stoics, they suck!"



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