Nathan Coppedge Poems
- God In The Box The only problem is, we don't ...
- Escape I stopped calling things eachother long before I ...
- There's Only A Handful Of Form...
- Nomad A song for every avenue? A desert where the ...
- Do Not Follow In The Footsteps Do not follow in the footsteps...
- 'Swing' Under the preponderant clouds wishing mist on the ...
- 'I' I’ve known lust since I was born for pangs that carry on...
QUOTES AND POEMS BY NATHAN COPPEDGE
Nathan Coppedge is a philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet who lives in New Haven, CT. He is previously the author of dozens of books, including texts about his unique contributions to perpetual motion engineering and coherentist philosophy. His poetry and artwork has appeared in the small-print publication THESE Magazine, and his own self-printed 'chapbook' collection, called Inverse Threads (2004) .
I am one of two sons of divorced parents. My father is a political scientist with a Yale PhD, and my mother is a college valedictorian, homemaker and nurse with a BA in history. Other members... more »
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'''Everyone believes in God, the devil, or a sneaky engineer'''- quote by Nathan Coppedge, revised to its present state in 2014, as cited in Perpetual Motion Types (webpage) .
'''Metaphor is the ladder to higher systems'''Nathan Coppedge, Nov 2014
'''Categories are the standard of standardization'''Deceptively genius quote by Nathan Coppedge as posted on Twitter in March 2014, blog in mid to late 2013.
'While they (other inventors) were floundering, he was pondering / 'No more wandering through the dark tunnels of grim determination / For no; it is time to grow in a thousand folded folds / For whi...- Eucaleh Terrapin, pseudonym for Nathan Coppedge
'''The ideal aperture (to philosophy) is with miscellany'''This is perceived as the core of the Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit, by Nathan Coppedge.
God In The Box
The only problem is, we don't know.
Everything else can be determined.
Good things in life = good god.
Bad things = bad god.
It might not be the real god.
Then we can blame the god in the box.
Its a philosophy game to play god in the box
the unseen cause that movens the spheres
the secret answer that no living man knows
if a man has ears let him hear:
its music that issues from god-in-the-box.
Its a dilittante's game to play god in the box
he shows you some colors that move you to paint
a canvas. Brilliant they say, and all you respond