Ten simple science experiments to test the universality of poetry.

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    • Abstract:
      The article suggests ten simple science experiments to test poetry universality. It says that to test the poem on the grand canvas, one must weigh, graph, and write and cut a poem. It adds that using the weight of the poem, the mass (m) must be calculated and converted directly into energy (E) using Einstein equation. Moreover, it states that the poem must have a universal theme that could provide valuable sights, black holes, and other cosmic enigmas.