he he... certain rounded bodies generate a lot of curvature of space / time, causing a gravitational force much thrust... and it does not matter if the bodies are blond or brunette. A workveryironicand well made.
I have been a little obsessed with physics recently, reading a lot on the web, seeing if I can transform some of that information in to some respectable artistic images. Of course there is still a lot of mathematical deepness that is for me impossible to understand. I have great respect for those that dedicate their life to the understanding of the principles that rule over everything: Phyisics, chemists, scientists in general.
Well, there are multilingual free Physics courses -> www.openculture.com/physics_fr…. I'm very interested in astrophysics, because the theories of how the universe is and how it works are really interesting and even fun. But I also really like ancient history, customs and traditions in ancient times. Just as entertaining.
Yes, I think so. Renaissance artists were interested also in science and technology (Leonardo). Leon Battista Alberti was not only a humanist and writer in the vernacular and Latin, but was also interested in architecture, music, mathematics, cryptography, philosophy of language and theory of the visual arts. Just to name two.