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Science News in Haiku

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Einstein bot learns to

smile on its own, machine learns

to make expressions

[anno2]

Solar cells costly yes

But Nanopillars make cheap

cells, promise the future

[see anno]

goodmars, Jul 10 2009

science fiction haiku http://www.scifaiku.com/index.html
might be news someday, technology advances, five more syllables [jaksplat, Jul 10 2009]

Nanopillars, solar cells http://www.scienced...07/090709170757.htm
[goodmars, Jul 11 2009]

Robot Learns To Smile And Frown http://www.scienced...07/090708181206.htm
[goodmars, Jul 11 2009]

Science News http://www.sciencenews.org/
Muse for Haikus [csea, Jul 11 2009]

Cats Can Manipulate http://www.scienced...07/090713121348.htm
[goodmars, Jul 14 2009]

submit your techie haiku http://www.thinkgeek.com/haiku/?cpg=98H
win $50 [jaksplat, Jul 15 2009]

SciKu http://sciku.tumblr.com/
[goodmars, Jul 16 2009]

New Scientist column evil_20freedom_20foundation
[theleopard, Jul 16 2009]

Weiner dogs! http://www.sciencen...%2C_short_new_trick
[goodmars, Jul 17 2009]

Energy Stove http://sciku.tumblr...o-sound-to-electric
[goodmars, Jul 20 2009]

(?) Holy Shit - Man Walks On Fucking Moon http://store.theoni...oon-1969-p-332.html
[hippo, Jul 21 2009]

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       New magnet installed
In underground cyclotron
Hopefully this time...
wagster, Jul 10 2009
  

       Science News Haiku
Like other haiku schemes here
Will become a list.
bungston, Jul 10 2009
  

       I don't think it will -   

       Lists are frowned on in the 'bakery.   

       But I could be wrong.
normzone, Jul 10 2009
  

       Wrong indeed you are
For scientific haiku
deserve a croissant
8th of 7, Jul 10 2009
  

       There was an industry that caught all the fish
Competing fleets of commercial wish
The greedy fish that aren't there now
To others their food's now allowed
That's why we're stuffed to the gills with jellyfish.
Ian Tindale, Jul 10 2009
  

       Your annotation
Is not merely cryptic, but
Ignores the verse form
8th of 7, Jul 10 2009
  

       Solar cells costly yes   

       But Nanopillars make cheap   

       cells, promise the future   

       [see anno]
goodmars, Jul 11 2009
  

       Rival new OS
To compete with Microsoft
A Google high coup
bigsleep, Jul 11 2009
  

       not a real OS:
"cloud" model based on Linux;
will be even worse.
FlyingToaster, Jul 11 2009
  

       Better than Apple   

       Google will pound Macintosh   

       Back to the Stone Age
21 Quest, Jul 11 2009
  

       Microsoft competes   

       Google will come out on top   

       Microsoft second
21 Quest, Jul 11 2009
  

       //cloud model based on Linux// ummm sounds like seven to me!   

       (but ... normzone scored nine out of 7)
kindachewy, Jul 11 2009
  

       edited it
FlyingToaster, Jul 11 2009
  

       Cape Canaveral:
storm may delay shuttle launch.
Petrels point and laugh.
jutta, Jul 11 2009
  

       Android phone released   

       Finally in USA   

       HTC Magic
21 Quest, Jul 11 2009
  

       Jutta engages
In a possible list what
Ever comes next
MadnessInMyMethod, Jul 11 2009
  

       Madness in Method   

       Submits invalid Haiku   

       Revise second line
21 Quest, Jul 11 2009
  

       Silly contraption   

       If it is solar powered,   

       gets many croissants
Bad Jim, Jul 11 2009
  

       21 questions
needs to revise his own stuff
before telling on others
daseva, Jul 11 2009
  

       daseva has failed   

       his last line was too lengthy   

       And Quest did his well.
Bad Jim, Jul 11 2009
  

       But where is the news
Of science promised ? Here we
Sadly find it not.
8th of 7, Jul 11 2009
  

       Gosh oh my oh no
Inside the halfbakery
Our jutta's been cloned
blissmiss, Jul 11 2009
  

       Madness has revised   

       But still his Haiku has failed   

       Now revise line four
21 Quest, Jul 11 2009
  

       A haiku with four
Lines would surely be most strange.
Have we missed something ?
8th of 7, Jul 11 2009
  

       DARPA EATR bot
eats plants for fuel. how cool!
Will it eat us next?
sninctown, Jul 11 2009
  

       My meanderings:
Why five, seven, five syllables?
Most use seventeen.
FlyingToaster, Jul 11 2009
  

       Einstein bot learns to   

       smile on its own, machine learns   

       to make expressions   

       [anno2]
goodmars, Jul 11 2009
  

       methinks there are too   

       many negatives, let's change!   

       vote for positive!
goodmars, Jul 12 2009
  

       Fusion research now
closed. With immediate 'fect.
Find pink slip attached.
4whom, Jul 12 2009
  

       Global warming news:   

       Far worse than last predicted   

       Yet still we dither
BunsenHoneydew, Jul 12 2009
  

       Grant available!
Prove that smoking is healthy.
Researchers queue up.
DrBob, Jul 12 2009
  

       There was a researcher who, like you,
Tried composing his findings in haiku.
At meetings they shunned him,
No funders would fund him,
And his students all came out on striku.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 12 2009
  

       Elegant. Simple.
Mass times the speed of light squared
Equals Energy.
DrBob, Jul 13 2009
  

       Elegant, simple,
But not really science news.
More like science olds.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 13 2009
  

       Well that depends upon your timescale surely?
DrBob, Jul 13 2009
  

       As the palaeontologist said to the actress…
Ian Tindale, Jul 13 2009
  

       Gened tree grows faster   

       Popular fish avoids brink   

       People's smile count, more
wjt, Jul 13 2009
  

       Storms doom Endeavor...   

       Clouds gather over launchpad...   

       Will the shuttle fly?
21 Quest, Jul 13 2009
  

       Kitty knows what it wants   

       It can manipulate you   

       too to do its deed   

       [ano on cats]
goodmars, Jul 14 2009
  

       Swine Flu is coming
Pandemic media storm
Go and wash your hands.
hippo, Jul 14 2009
  

       men create faux sperm
may yield a steady supply
men are obsolete
po, Jul 14 2009
  

       German consortium
Plan solar power programme
In African sun
zen_tom, Jul 14 2009
  

       in po's manless world
po unable to reach high shelf
or lift heavy things
hippo, Jul 14 2009
  

       Songs about science:
"She blinded me with Science!"
by Thomas Dolby
hippo, Jul 14 2009
  

       ...Extract from page 3 on the Japanese Sony Walkman instructions, under the heading "Dolby NR"
pressing this button
considerably reduced
is noise on walkman
zen_tom, Jul 14 2009
  

       //men create faux sperm
may yield a steady supply
men are obsolete
//
  

       Women take control,
Wipe out the redundant sex,
Who'll make faux sperm now?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2009
  

       what is a man for
removing spiders from bath
and help with jewell'ry
po, Jul 14 2009
  

       taking out the bins
remembering sports results
and eating leftovers
  

       hmm, talking of which
i could use a ladyfriend
my flat is a state!
  

       oh dear I've stepped
over the mark a bit there
a chauvinist git
zen_tom, Jul 14 2009
  

       The think about haiku
Is that it doesn't rhyme much
Which I don't laiku.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2009
  

       Atom panicking!
Has he lost an electron?
Yes, he's positive.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2009
  

       Hey [zen], you forgot
about bicycle mainten-
-ance and map-reading.
hippo, Jul 14 2009
  

       Oh yes! So I did!
while we're at it, who's going
to change all those bulbs?
  

       [po] I would think twice
before writing us quite off
we might be handy!
zen_tom, Jul 14 2009
  

       wouldn't dream of writing you off or [hippo]   

       I'd even help with the flat if you get some beer in!
po, Jul 14 2009
  

       Careful, I might take you up on that! Although, conversely, if I drink enough beer, I don't mind quite so much about the (un)tidiness of the flat. In this way, a natural equilibrium emerges.
zen_tom, Jul 14 2009
  

       hippo zen tom po
create poems as they go
about their business ;-)
blissmiss, Jul 14 2009
  

       nice.
FlyingToaster, Jul 15 2009
  

       [jaksplat] did link to
a site with clever haiku
<Yoda> Happen, did.
4whom, Jul 15 2009
  

       Universe is vast. Haiku explains science fast. No rhyming allowed.
Yappa, Jul 15 2009
  

       welcome yappa   

       breaks require a pointy thingy break then br - then pointy break
sorry not good with code
  

       oh, ask one of the clever people...
po, Jul 15 2009
  

       Angle brackets!   

       Hi [po]! <waves across the water>
wagster, Jul 15 2009
  

       anglo (angry brackets) hah!   

       waves back - kinda more alcohol than water - hee hee
po, Jul 15 2009
  

       Thanks for the tip, po/wagster. Now that I'm armed with breakability I'll try another lame effort:

Science haiku riles.
We protest poetically.
Self-referential.
Yappa, Jul 15 2009
  

       Star Wars reference
appreciated 4whom
may the force be with
jaksplat, Jul 15 2009
  

       whom?
theleopard, Jul 16 2009
  

       Most of the above
"haikus" lack names of seasons.
So, they're senryu.
  

       This is the point where
you call me a pedant, and
maybe a right prick.
  

       Which is fair, of course.
I am not sure how to end.
Refrigerator.
shapu, Jul 16 2009
  

       the SciKu movement   

       is afoot, read the link, enjoy   

       care to write? leave anno
goodmars, Jul 16 2009
  

       New Scientist gives
Megalomaniacal
Villain a column.
theleopard, Jul 16 2009
  

       an extra gene on the   

       chromosome: height they have not   

       but cute is the weiner!
goodmars, Jul 17 2009
  

       One small step for man
One giant leap for mankind
-1969
bigsleep, Jul 20 2009
  

       A stove that converts   

       heat to sound to electric   

       energy, no waste. happy
goodmars, Jul 20 2009
  

       What would Armstrong's third line have been?
smendler, Jul 21 2009
  

       Ouch, I fell over
theleopard, Jul 21 2009
  

       I think to myself
What a wonderful wor-orld,
Ouch I fell over?

Nah! Doesn't work!
DrBob, Jul 21 2009
  

       one small step for man
one giant leap for mankind
one... singular sensation...
RayfordSteele, Jul 21 2009
  

       Cells apoptosing. Gene target validated! Cancer will be cured!
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 21 2009
  

       One small step for man
One giant leap for mankind
Fuck, I'm on The Moon!
zen_tom, Jul 21 2009
  

       ([zen] - see link)
hippo, Jul 21 2009
  

       One small step for man
One giant leap for mankind
One huge alien
theleopard, Jul 22 2009
  

       One small step for man
One giant leap for mankind
We forgot the cheese!
bigsleep, Jun 30 2013
  

       new solar powdered   

       lighter than hair device   

       she who lists last lists loosely   

       anno a dunno how should [anno]? anno half dough they could show brick who!   

       see [anno] ribs
pashute, Jul 01 2013
  

       Not this one again?! The inevitable list! I'm not joining in.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 01 2013
  
      
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