Posts Tagged ‘science’

Talamar

Monday, January 13th, 2020
Poetry from the pen of Joseph John Racano

At the edge of space there is a star
The aliens called it Talamar
In its’ orbit seven moons
Float in silence like balloons

Though each the seven do differ
On only one does life occur
A one that holds an atmosphere
Supporting trees and birds and deer

From far and wide the travelers come
To see this moon and alien sun
Snapping holographic rays
While locked in orbit several days

Some do after breaking free
Reverse their holographs to see
Continental interaction
The oceans are a big attraction

Traveling families shoot to space
Comes another to replace
Keeping equilibrium
Talamar continuum

Where the ancients once did dwell
Talamar became a hell
Not for evil but for heat
Stars were never meant for feet

Simple atoms were ignited
Got the solar ball excited
Talamar exported winds
Warmth provided, life begins

Do come see us by the by
Hubble quadrant, western sky
Quite a fascinating place
Talamar, on the edge of space

joey racano



Heart of the Hadron episode one

Saturday, March 4th, 2017

episode one

Heart of the Hadron episode one

‘Twas the Heart of the Hadron 2017
The janitor was cleaning beneath the machine
He couldn’t help notice every time he looked up
The odd cobalt colors of this massive pup

The hour was late, no one else was around
That’s when he heard that queer far-away sound
It sounded like buzzing inside of his neck
He dealt with a chill and then thought what the heck

Gargantuan though this Collider might be
The subterranean hole could fit three
The janitor felt sure that no one would care
If he placed a nylon rope hammok down there

And many a night when the mopping was through
The janitor dreamed of the things he would do
By climbing atop the great cobalt machine
He visited places not previously seen

Anyway, this one particular night
The monolith hummed and glowed curious light
The janitor finally climbed up to the top
And sat where the reddish light came to a stop

He thought he could feel imperceptible movement
His balance was poor so he clung for improvement
And that’s when the ‘lectric red humming began
A bright light from somewhere beam gave him a scan

He sat on the top, let go of his mop and looked at the floor to see where it would drop

Bells started ringing, phone channels singing and things like big springs did their thing, started springing

He clutched the machine for all he was worth
Somehow innately knew this was rebirth
He stretched out his arms and he clung to its girth
A bright shiny surface reflected his mirth

Doors all flung open and people poured in
Scientists didn’t know where to begin
The janitors ride took them all by surprise
Evidenced in all their wild wide eyes

Rotations accelerated by the minute
A gaseous mist was his cloak- he was in it
Cobalt then red then to blue and maroon
In two seconds flat he went right past the Moon

Where on the dark side he could see all the bases
And all the surprised looks on all the faces
Cities and building and big quansett huts
Built for what purpose known only to nuts

Then off to Mars where a lovely red planet
Brought to his mind his first girlfriend named Janet
Oh but if she could just see me right now
Janitor no, she’d be like, “Holy cow!”

And off to one planetoid after another
Saying goodbye to his Earth and his mother
One last look back and then boldly go on
Perhaps where the Comets and angels had gone

While back in the hole where it all used to be
Authorities asked “Tell us, what did you see?”
But the scientists were all so caught up in the numbers
You could have got better info from cucumbers

That’s when they noticed beyond all belief
The mop, like a horse stood there ready to leave
Glowing and bucking and ready to bolt
But who had the courage to ride on this colt?

Back out in space, the janitor zoomed
Out past where Horsehead the nebula plumed
The vibrating Hadron had put him to sleep
He now was the cosmos forever to keep

joey racano

Chronopolis, a sci-fi novel by joey racano

Friday, February 6th, 2015

A Time Machine powered by the energy of several stars, used to change history -

A Time Machine powered by the energy of several stars, used to change history –

Chronopolis: A book of science fiction by joey racano, 209 pages, lot’s of fun!

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