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Because everything interesting, in the universe, is the result of a break in the simmetry.

Friday, 6 July 2012 @08:45

"The finding affirms a grand view of the universe described by simple and elegant and symmetrical laws – but one in which everything interesting, like ourselves, results from flaws or breaks in that simmetry"
(Dennis Overbye)
There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.

Today’s Buongiorno is about the poetry of the universe: an excerpt from a New York Times article, on the Higgs boson particle discovery at Cern. The comment is not mine: Leonard Cohen’s words from a song. Beauty is everywhere.

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Lisa Corva

Yes, I write. Yes, I believe in the magic of words. That’s why you’ll find me here, every Friday: Lisa “globish”!

I believe in the magic of words, and I believe Piazza Unità in Trieste, where I was born, is the most romantic square in the world. (And yes, it’s in Italy, proudly facing the sea). I love roses in every form. And, of course, I do love my blog, expecially now that I can carry it around on my iPhone.