Merry Christmas
Christmas reminds us
of the greatest man who bestowed love and kindness upon human
beings. The messenger that had just one solution for all
hardships and miseries and that was: Like each other and thus an
aura of happiness and wellbeing will be spread all over the
world.
Not all the sum of
earthly happiness
Is worth the bowed
head of a moment's pain,
And if I sell for
wine my dervish dress,
Worth more than what
I sell is what I gain!
Hafez
Manager
of the CPH Theory Journal: Hossein Javadi
Manager of English part: Ms. Matin
Vaez Tehrani
Ode to Sir Isaac
Newton: The Twelve Days of Christmas with Newton
Daphne Gul Dolen,
Calculus AB 1993
Keystone School, San
Antonio, Texas
On the first day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me an apple falling from a tree.1
On the second day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me two refracting prisms2 and an apple
falling from a tree.
On the third day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me Three Laws of Motion3, two
refracting prisms and an apple falling from a tree.
On the fourth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me four flying comets4, Three Laws of
Motion, two refracting prisms and an apple falling from a tree.
On the fifth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me five optic rings5, four flying
comets, Three Laws of Motion, two refracting prisms and an apple
falling from a tree.
On the sixth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me six reflecting telescopes6, five
optic rings, four flying comets, Three Laws of Motion, two
refracting prisms and an apple falling from a tree.
On the seventh day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me seven spectrum colors7, six
reflecting telescopes, five optic rings, four flying comets,
Three Laws of Motion, two refracting prisms and an apple falling
from a tree.
On the eighth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me eight tides of water8, seven
spectrum colors, six reflecting telescopes, five optic rings,
four flying comets, Three Laws of Motion, two refracting prisms
and an apple falling from a tree.
On the ninth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me nine orbiting planets9, eight tides
of water, seven spectrum colors, six reflecting telescopes, five
optic rings, four flying comets, Three Laws of Motion, two
refracting prisms and an apple falling from a tree.
On the tenth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me ten feuds with Hooke10, nine
orbiting planets, eight tides of water, seven spectrum colors,
six reflecting telescopes, five optic rings, four flying comets,
Three Laws of Motion, two refracting prisms and an apple falling
from a tree.
On the eleventh day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me eleven differential equations11,
ten feuds with Hooke, nine orbiting planets, eight tides of
water, seven spectrum colors, six reflecting telescopes, five
optic rings, four flying comets, Three Laws of Motion, two
refracting prisms and an apple falling from a tree.
On the twelfth day of
Christmas, Newton gave to me twelve homework problems, eleven
differential equations, ten feuds with Hooke, nine orbiting
planets, eight tides of water, seven spectrum colors, six
reflecting telescopes, five optic rings, four flying comets,
Three Laws of Motion, two refracting prisms and an apple falling
from a tree.
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