2 edition of Plutonium Poems found in the catalog.
by West Coast Publishers
Written in English
Chapbook of collected poems
What is Plutonium? Plutonium is the second transuranic element with an atomic number of 94 and part of the actinide group of the periodic table. Plutonium is named after planet Pluto similar to its predecessor neptunium named after the planet Neptune. It is an actinide metal with a silvery-gray appearance but when oxidized it forms a dull coating. the poems are separated, for no apparent reason, by one liners about willful political destruction of a greater magnitude than the breaking of imaginary glass or the killing of fireflies—the vest of explosives on a suicide, the accumulation of plutonium, the woman shot by a firing squad as her son looks s:
Sherr posits that plutonium, in the seventh period, is part of what belongs to “the deep subconscious and mystical part of man-the underlying instinctive and dynamic motor that animates our lives, our minds, our wills.” (P. 9) A densely worded poem by Allen Ginsberg, “Plutonium . Anne Waldman (born April 2, ) is an American the s, Waldman has been an active member of the Outrider experimental poetry community as a writer, performer, collaborator, professor, editor, scholar, and cultural/political activist.
The Plutonium Files: America's Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War is a book by Eileen is a history of United States government-engineered radiation experiments on unwitting Americans, based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning series Welsome wrote for The Albuquerque Tribune.. Overview. The experiments began in , when Manhattan Project scientists were preparing to. This poem, which reads like a prayer, was penned by Marjorie Medary, a patron of the Oakland Public library in Oakland, New Jersey. It is part of a collection of poetry that was on display at the library during the s, reflecting the effects of the Cold War on New Jersey and the United States.
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Plutonian Ode's title poem combines scientific information on year cycle of the Great Year compared with equal half-life of Plutonium waste, accounting Homeric formula for appeasing underground millionaire Pluto Lord of Death, jack in the gnostic box of Aeons, and Adamantine Truth of ordinary mind inspiration, unhexing nuclear ministry of by: 1.
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The book is a history of the discovery of Plutonium, and its subsequent uses, which was quite fascinating. I had no understanding of the complexities involved and the author did a good job of laying things out in mostly layman's terms/5.
Ann Cefola's new book-length poem, Free Ferry on Upper Hand Press, is about the secrecy behind the development of plutonium alongside poems about growing up in s suburban America.
The plutonium and family pieces are separate but Cefola creates a matrix between them which explores the impact of scientific development and cold-war fears on living families.
Download Plutonium Platinum Blonde books, Las Vegas, NV. Gurlesque collides with The New York School of poetry in Angela M. Brommel's debut chapbook, Plutonium & Platinum Blonde. Layered between works of desert love, Brommel's poems engage with an array of larger-than-life pop culture icons, including the reimagined 's beauty queen, Miss.
Plutonium Janet Kuypers from the “Periodic Table of Poetry” series (#, Pu) Now, I know they named the element Plutonium after the at-the-time newly-discovered planet, but I can’t help but wonder if any of those scientists who deal with Plutonium now feel slighted that the planet was demoted to a planetoid.
But if these scientists. Plutonium poem by Theresa Haffner. The first time the world was destroyed was by water. The second time was by fire. Page. See YouTube video of Janet Kuypers reading her poem “It Hurts in the Bones”, then her poem “Plutonium” from her book “The Periodic Table of Poetry”, then covering the Queen song “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” with John on acoustic guitar live 3/10/18 at “Poetry Aloud” (this video was filmed from a Panasonic Lumix camera).
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The Plutonium Blonde Quotes Showing of 8 “Stupid Ape: I had to quantify this with the word “stupid” so as not to offend the ape community.
Large of limb, impotent of intellect, he was the kind of guy who lettered in leg-breaking at thug school but flunked the written exam because he didn't know which end of the e-pencil to use.”. Flenniken describes the book as a collection of poems about "growing up innocent in a contaminated land".
Established in as part of the Manhattan Project, the Hanford Nuclear Reservation was home to the B Reactor, the first full-scale plutonium production reactor in the world.
These poems are animated by the spirit of Washington State's Hanford nuclear plant, where the plutonium used in the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki was manufactured. Greger grew up near Hanford, a town ignorant of the nearby toxic danger even while its fathers went to work at the s: 2.
(Senator Edward Markey, a leader in the US nuclear-disarmament movement as a member of Congress since ) "The authors have done an invaluable service by putting together in one place the most coherent analysis of the risks associated with plutonium, and the most compelling argument for ending the practice of separating plutonium from spent.
Very, very interesting book on the history of the Atomic cities of both the USA and USSR/Russia and the human costs of plutonium enrichment. The author has written a well researched book and expanded that research with many, many interviews and trips to the cities (or as close as possible since the Russian city of Ozersk is still a closed city)/5(95).
Plutonium Alert poem by Paul Hartal. quotListenquot said the Porcupine. quotI am totally otYou try to scare me againquot said the Octopus. Page. (New Jersey: Serving House Books, ) Angela M. Brommel’s debut poetry chapbook, Plutonium & Platinum Blonde, is both a séance in the Mojave Desert and a haunting love letter to Las Vegas.
It delivers us to the center of America’s nuclear bomb testing era and explodes in. “It would be nice to think that the menacing aspects of North Korea were for display also, that the bombs and reactors were Potemkin showcases or bargaining chips. On the plane from Beijing I met a group of unsmiling Texan types wearing baseball caps.
They were the 'in-country' team from the. From outrageous alchemy to Cold War espionage, this book-length poem tracks the lyrical legacies of the first manmade element. The poet's father-in-law, one of the project's chief scientists, inspired the private narrative around this world-changing event that few know.
In the shadow of plutonium and nuclear arms, s suburbia is an Reviews: World poems from famous poets and best world poems to feel good. Most beautiful world poems ever written. Read all poems for world. Read Plutonium poem. The poem amasses a mass of wrathful deities, widespread borrowing from apocalyptic literature and a wholesale naming of the name to battle with the nuclear industry.
The poem is a means of understanding the magnitude of plutonium’s destructive potential and it also suggests the scale of power that would be required to stop it.Jeremy Bernstein is the author of Plutonium ( avg rating, ratings, 24 reviews, published ), Oppenheimer ( avg rating, 88 ratings, 10 revi /5().See YouTube video of Janet Kuypers reading her poems “Entering the Lake of Fire”, “Pluto, Plutonium & Death” and “Everything is my Home” from her book “(pheromemes) show poems” 8/6/17 at Austin’s “Recycled Reads” open mic (Sony camera).